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Few spaces in your home are as crucial to light as the foyer. It is an area that’s main role is to welcome guests to your space, and a warmly lit entry can help your home create a warm and hospitable first impression on those that enter. Our selection of entryway lighting is comprised primarily of pendant and chandelier fixtures meant to hang above the door just inside your home. Hanging fixtures such as these can add an impactful design element your entryway that helps set the tone for the rest of your home.

When choosing a foyer light for your home, some factors you may want to consider include the height of your entryway, the style of your space, and how much light you need. The height of your entry is important in determining both the size of fixture you should select and how high it should be suspended in the space. It is important to choose a fixture that is proportional to the space and doesn’t appear either too small or over-crowded. Looking at the height of suspension, you should always try to ensure that an entryway fixture hangs at least 7 feet up for head room, and in a two-story entry, you’ll want to make sure that the chandelier or pendant hangs at least as high as the second story.

In terms of style, there are many different choices of entryway lights in a variety of materials and design styles to complement any space. The style and shape of the light you select will directly correlate with the amount of light you add to your space. From gleaming chandeliers that disperse a large amount of light, to installations with shaded lamps that might have more directed shafts of light, there are a range of choices to brighten your space in just the way you want. Whether you’re looking to add a dramatic oversized fixture or an understated utilitarian piece, themine.com offers over 1,200 choices of entryway light fixtures, so we’re sure to have one that suits your taste.

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