Flush mount lighting is a category I feel very confident talking about.
Today I’m going to show you my trusted favorites.
Talking about the ceiling light fixtures which I’ve used in several projects, often more than once, as well as some beautiful new picks I’ve got my eye on…
Flush Mount Lighting Favorites
Starting out with one of my favorite flush mounts, the Clark flush mount by Visual Comfort.
As you can see above, I first used this fixture in my guest bathroom renovation.
It’s a great looking light fixture which works beautifully in a large variety of rooms.
This light seamlessly fits several different design styles as well.
Flush Mount Ceiling Lights Defined
Flush mount ceiling lights are a popular option because these fixtures work in a variety of rooms and homes.
Since these lights are made to be installed close to the ceiling or flush to the ceiling (hence the name), these are great options for smaller spaces and/or lower ceilings.
Semi-flush lights are fixtures which are a bit larger and hang a bit lower on the ceiling.
For purposes of this post, I’ve included a bit of these larger options here today as well.
As you can see above, I ended up using this very same fixture again in a kitchen a few years later.
These photos (above and below) are all from a beach house renovation we did on a house we eventually sold.
This fixture here above is another favorite.
Love how this pretty bathroom turned out – if you’re a fan of this wallpaper, Les Touches, be sure to check out this post.
But, I digress…back to these ceiling lights-
I went with this option in both the entry and guest bathroom of this home.
The price was good and it was very low profile, SO important here because the ceilings were somewhat low.
Also, the light it gave off was great. Sometimes this crucial detail gets overlooked!
You need to pay attention to the number of light bulbs inside the fixture as well as the wattage.
Like so many design details I now know to pay attention to, I learned this one the hard way.
I have so many more trusted favorites which I’ve used over and over, like this brass fixture (which I LOVE) and this glass one too (seen in my home here) but this post is getting excessively long – so in the interest of brevity, I decided to round them all up in one collage below!
Additional Lighting Favorites
I hope you found this post helpful!
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