How you choose to light your home speaks to your design aesthetic, so make sure you light each room with intent. Rustic lighting is not limited to wrought-iron chandeliers; in fact, you have a wide selection when it comes to lighting your timber-frame home. Explore these various lighting options to find what suits your home best.
Never place lighting above mirrors in the bathroom, as it won’t be particularly flattering any time of day. Instead, use lighting on walls at either side of mirrors and ambient lighting (e.g., the recessed lighting used here).
Mission-style lighting teams up with natural light to give this modern bathroom a roomy, elegant feel.
Pendant lights work wonderfully for task-oriented kitchen duties like food prep.
Wall sconces provide a functional and aesthetic punch to any room, especially in timber-framed hallways.
A wrought-iron chandelier adds a special glow to this timber-framed great room while a roaring stone fireplace warms and enhances the space.