Fall Lighting Trends For the Home - 2021
The days are getting colder, the leaves have turned, and the days are darkening. Fall is the beginning of a new season of staying indoors, holiday entertaining, and keeping cozy with loved ones.
As the new season fades in, we are here to offer some fall lighting trends that we’ve seen emerge this year.
A Welcoming Front Door
If you’re in Utah like we are, snow has already dusted the mountain peaks and is on its way to our neighborhoods. Maintaining a nicely lit porch and walkway will ensure the safety of those visiting your home and provide a welcoming first impression to guests.
Turn your Dining Room Table into a Focal Point
During the fall and winter months, loved ones are constantly seeking ways to connect and celebrate. The dining table is often the center of dinner parties, game nights, and conversations.
Recently, we have seen a number of homeowners looking to freshen up their dining room with updated lighting. We have seen a heightened interest in linear chandeliers like the Mchan and the Thayer chandelier.
The fall and winter months bring cooler temperatures and less daylight for many. If you’re not in the market to install new fixtures in your home, adding a table lamp or floor lamp as an additional layer of lighting is another great option. The addition of lamps in high-traffic areas will add an extra layer of light and visual warmth to your space this season.
If you’re looking to update your home this season and are not sure where to start, sign up for a free consultation!