Entryway Lighting Designs
Photo By: Marc Courville
An elegant chandelier makes a grand statement in this double-height entryway. Recessed fixtures provide additional ambient lighting.
A ceiling-mounted light fixture is often sufficient for illuminating a single-level entryway. This entryway's simple yet elegant light fixture casts light upward, highlighting the beadboard ceiling.
Accent lighting can be used to highlight a focal point in an entryway. In this space, designer Shane Inman incorporated a recessed light fixture to emphasize a stunning stone wall and a soothing painting.
Globe-like glass chandeliers add sparkle to this entryway designed by Lori Dennis. Contemporary wall sconces provide additional illumination and accentuate the tiled walls.
A series of wall sconces draws attention to the architectural detail in this home's beautiful arched entryway. The sconces cast light both upward and downward, illuminating both the ceiling and the hardwood floors.
Candle sconces and a drum-shaped light fixture cast soft, warm light in this entryway. Designer Shelly Riehl David used track lighting to draw attention to the exquisite artwork displayed in the space.
Foyer Focal Point
In this entryway, designer Shane Inman used recessed light fixtures to highlight a custom-made bench with storage space and two display niches.
This entryway achieves an art gallery feel with directional light fixtures that showcase framed photographs. Design by Andreas Charalambous