Modern Foyer / March 31, 2018 / Caylee Arnaud.
Foyer chandeliers can be used in both spacious and smaller rooms. These types of lighting fixtures are designed in such a way that a particular style may appear to enhance the space while another can create an opposite impact. Houses lacking a spacious entrance can greatly improve the look of it by hanging a foyer chandelier.
Use an oversized urn with a sprawling palm tree. A 19th century Victorian Hall Tree in the right home would be beautiful and functional. An antique store would be the best place to look for a piece like this or better yet an auction or estate sale. Use a pair of corbels topped with marble or a pair of iron supports topped with glass for a shelf to hold a vase of flowers, keys and mail.
Usually foyer chandeliers are placed at the entrance. So, the interior décor should be in perfect harmony with that of the floor and ceiling. This lighting fixture not only enhances the appearance of the room but also expresses the owner's personality. These fixtures will also make an everlasting impression in the visitor's minds. They will be overwhelmed by the magnificence of these illumination fixtures. Chandeliers made of crystals will create an effect of cascading liquid light- that will bathe the spectators in a warm glow.
Pastel or softer colors look better in flat paint. Chocolate brown or very dark colors, I think look better with a little shine to them. The satin or semi finish will keep them from looking dreary by reflecting light around the room. Painting is the most cost effective way to give your room lots of impact. You may want to select a striking wallpaper pattern in keeping with the color scheme of the rest of the home. Stripes are great for adding volume and height.