If you’ve been living with the same light fixtures forever, it might be time to freshen them up. We’re all guilty of overlooking certain outdated features in our home, especially things that we don’t spend all day staring at. But modernizing these fixtures is very inexpensive compared to other home upgrades and it can change the entire appeal of the room.
This 2018 Oak Creek home is still brand new with tons of upgrades. It has over 3,300 square feet and the basement is plumbed for a full bath. Our favorite lighting features are the sunburst pendant in the office, the round island pendants and the sphere chandelier in the dinette.
This brand new modern craftsman sits on almost an acre with 3,100 square feet. It has loads of gorgeous light fixtures. The linear chandelier perfectly showcases the marble island while the living and dining room chandeliers give each room its own unique focal point. The black and brass vanity lights elegantly contrast the white bathroom.
Located in the Sanctuary in the Woods, this 5 bedroom beauty is only 2 years old but it has all the character of an older home. The former Parade of Homes model has hand-scraped hardwood on the main floor and reclaimed barn wood accents. Industrial-style pendants throughout the home add to the charm.
This Sylvania schools listing is entirely custom. The main floor master has an ensuite with heated tile floors, tile shower with dual shower heads, and a gorgeous mirrored soaking tub with a chandelier hanging above. The gourmet kitchen has sleek drum pendants above the island.
Situated on nearly 2 acres overlooking the Ottawa River as it opens into Lake Erie, this Point Place stunner has it all. 5 beds, 3.5 baths, an outdoor paradise and updates galore. But it’s the elegant lighting that we can’t stop staring at! The dining room has a beautiful raindrop chandelier and contemporary pendant lights hang in the kitchen.
The lighting in this Holland home gives each room its own individual style. The flower chandelier is perfectly whimsical for a kid’s room. The oversized pendant in the dining room distinctively brightens it up against the darker cabinets, and the French country chandelier adds sophistication to the formal dining room.
This Old Orchard home has many swoon-worthy qualities: 3 beds, 3.5 baths, master suite with whirlpool tub, and second floor laundry. It also exemplifies what a difference updated light fixtures can make. The brushed nickel pendant above the sink is a simple way to bring Transitional flare to the kitchen while the dining area displays a rustic chandelier.
This listing in the Sanctuary is rocking the nickel light fixtures. The kitchen has schoolhouse-style shades on both the chandelier and island pendants, while the lower level wet bar has large, modern pendants. The living room sconces are the perfect way to light up a room with 25′ ceilings.