Timber Home Living - - Product Guide -

Some­times in a rest­ful place like a bath­room you just want to dec­o­rate with some­thing beau­ti­ful. And in spa­ces other than the main bath­room, such as a pow­der room, the light­ing may not need to be per­fectly even and bright. En­ter the state­ment light fix­ture.


Rus­tic lanterns, state­ment pen­dants or el­e­gant mini-chan­de­liers can all give a space a sense of per­son­al­ity and drama. If you love the look of a state­ment chan­de­lier in the bath­room but still want the func­tion­al­ity of less-dra­matic light­ing, con­sider plac­ing the chan­de­lier in the cen­ter of the room or over a tub in­stead, and com­bin­ing it with a pair of sub­tle sconces for con­trast. Mix­ing ba­sic wall fix­tures with a more elab­o­rate ceil­ing fix­ture will re­duce the chance of the two styles com­pet­ing or clash­ing.

Choose a state­ment fix­ture if:

You don’t need per­fectly even light­ing for tasks in a non-pri­mary bath­room. You want to make a big im­pact in a smaller bath­room.

You can use a chan­de­lier or pen­dant for added style, but with van­ity sconces as the true task light­ing for a mix of form and func­tion.

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