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Every Room in your home has a purpose,

whether it’s for sleeping and relaxing, making delicious meals, or spending quality time with your family. At Madison Lighting, we want you to have access to the best lighting options for every room, and when you shop with us, you’ll be able to find fixtures for your bathroom, dining room, home office, and more.

Bathroom Lighting
Bedroom Lighting
Dining Room Lighting
Entry/Foyer Lighting
Game Room Lighting
Hallway Lighting
Kitchen Lighting
Living Room Lighting
Office Lighting
Outdoor Lighting

Bathroom Lighting

For many homeowners, having the right lighting in the bathroom is key to the ultimate comfort and convenience. Especially in the master bathroom, it’s important to have ambient, accent, and task lighting that helps you see as you stand in front of the mirror or as you take a shower, and that makes the space bright and inviting at all times of day.

For your bathroom vanity, consider adding two sconces, one on either side of the mirror, instead of the traditional light above the mirror. Light coming from the sides can cast more flattering lines as your face, making it easier to see as you shave or put on makeup. As for the overhead light, think about a mini chandelier, as well as recessed lighting above the shower or bathtub area. For accent fixtures, more sconces can suffice, or you can add a pendant light. Our team would love nothing more than to help you find new bathroom lighting!

Bedroom Lighting

The bedroom is where you go to get away from the stresses of life. You rest and relax here, and the lighting should reflect the comfort and intimacy of the bedroom. Perhaps you’ve always wanted a chandelier in the bedroom, instead of a traditional ceiling fan. A hanging light can be the perfect ambient fixture, and you can pair it with matching wall sconces that provide accent illumination.

Lamps are also a key component in a bedroom, and with the right bedside and floor lamps, you can have light to see by as you read before bed, or while you get ready for work in the morning. You can also have the lamps be your main source of light while you keep the overhead fixture off, keeping the room dim and more intimate. Our showroom is filled with bedroom lighting options, and we’d love to show you what styles could work with your vision.

Dining Room Lighting

Your dining area may be a part of your kitchen, or it may be a traditional dining room. Whatever the case may be, lighting plays an important role in any dining room setting. Everything, of course, begins with the chandelier, and we can help you choose and size the appropriate chandelier for your home. Wall lights can provide accent lighting that makes the room more inviting, and if you have any artwork on the walls, we can show you which track lighting options will be best.

Lighting controls are also an integral part of your dining room design, as they let you set the lights where you want them for dinner parties with friends, family gatherings for the holidays, and other special occasions. Let our team show you which chandelier, sconces, and other fixtures will look best in your dining room.

Entry/Foyer Lighting

Every home’s front entryway is different, with some stretching to the second floor of the house, while others are small and lead directly to a hallway. No matter how big or small your entry or foyer is, having the right lighting can make people feel at home as soon as they walk through the door.

For large entryways, a large chandelier or pendant can create a statement that immediately catches someone’s eye when they enter your home. If you have a foyer with a ceiling of standard height, then a flush or semi-flush mount fixture can look perfect. Adding lamps and sconces to the walls and corners will brighten your front entry, and you can leave one of these lights on to help you see when you arrive home after dark.

Game Room Lighting

Your home may not have a dedicated game room, but you likely have a space where the family gathers to play a favorite board game or watch TV together. This might be a part of the living room, or it might be its own space. Whichever it is, having the right lights for tables, seating areas, and more can make your game room much more comfortable and inviting.

If you have a pool table, then an island fixture is a must for the space. For TV and home theater areas, think about adding recessed lighting instead of hanging lights so there isn’t a glare on the screen. Small table lamps are great choices for bar and seating areas, and you can find lamps in a style that matches your pool table light and other fixtures. Above all, it’s important that you have lighting suitable for everything the game room lets you do, from playing to watching to conversation!

Hallway Lighting

Hallways can be forgotten about when it comes to proper lighting, since they’re pass-through spaces that take you from one part of the house to another. However, there are ways to light your hallway so that you can see as you walk through, while also highlighting any pictures or artwork that’s hanging in the space.

Depending on the height of the ceiling, you can have flush mount fixtures or pendants that provide the necessary ambient lighting. For wider hallways, you can complement your ceiling lights with wall sconces that are installed in the spaces between the overhead fixtures. When it comes to lighting controls, it’s best to have switches on both ends of the hallway so you can turn the lights on or off, no matter which direction you’re going.

Kitchen Lighting

The kitchen is often a popular place in a home, with everyone gathering there when you have people over for a party, or the family spending time there throughout the week to make dinner together. When it comes to kitchen lighting, function is often thought about before form, but that doesn’t mean you can’t have beautiful fixtures in the space.

Lamps are also a key component in a bedroom, and with the right bedside and floor lamps, you can have light to see by as you read before bed, or while you get ready for work in the morning. You can also have the lamps be your main source of light while you keep the overhead fixture off, keeping the room dim and more intimate. Our showroom is filled with bedroom lighting options, and we’d love to show you what styles could work with your vision.

Living Room Lighting

Your living room can be a multipurpose space, sometimes acting as a game room, a home theater, or a reading spot. Most living rooms are arranged for optimal comfort, and lighting plays a big role in that comfort. Your central fixture can be a chandelier or large ceiling fan, which is complemented by floor lamps, table lamps, and wall lights around the room. A well-placed table lamp can provide the task lighting you need for reading or studying, and your floor lamps and wall fixtures add the accent lighting that shines in the middle and lower sections of the room.

If you have your living room set up by “zones,” such as one for games and activities, one for viewing, and one for sitting and relaxing, then make sure your lighting is designed for each zone. A pendant or small island light can be perfect for a side table you use for games, while a large floor lamp will illuminate your seating area. As with your game room, recessed lights are ideal for viewing areas, since they reduce the glare on the TV screen.

Office Lighting

Working from home can offer many benefits, from being able to get more done to not having to commute several hours each week. When it comes to home office lighting, it’s important to have fixtures that allow for maximum productivity, while also making the space comfortable.

For overhead lighting, a ceiling fan can be a good choice, and we can help you find a fixture with the appropriate light kit. This will help keep the room cool as you work during the warmer months of the year, while also providing ample ambient lighting. Task lighting is supplied by your desk lamp, which should be the right color temperature to help you avoid eye strain or fatigue. Finally, floor and table lamps are the perfect accent fixtures, and you can move them around the room whenever you feel like rearranging the furniture for better workflow.

Outdoor Lighting

Your outdoor spaces aren’t technically “rooms,” but they still function as living spaces on your property. The exterior of your home is the first thing people notice when they arrive, and it’s good to have lighting that accentuates the design features of your home, as well as helps guests see as they approach your front door. The right landscape lighting shows off your property after dark, and can make your home safer and more secure by illuminating the perimeter of your house.

For backyard lighting, consider adding deck mount lights, hanging fixtures, and more to your outdoor areas. Well-placed lights can make your backyard more inviting, and your deck or patio can feel like an extension of your indoor living areas. Don’t forget to add timers and sensors to the appropriate lights so that they come on when you want or need them to!

Find New Lighting For Every Room

Every room in your home needs the right lighting. Whether you’ve been thinking about updating your master bathroom, your kitchen, or your dining room, the team at Madison Lighting is here to help you every step of the way. Our lighting designers have the knowledge and expertise to take your ideas and turn them into reality. We can discuss design, installation, budget, and everything else that plays a role in finding new lighting. We never cut corners or sacrifice quality when it comes to helping our customers.

Contact us today by giving us a call or by filling out the form below. We’re located just off Madison’s Beltline, and we’re always happy to work with any Wisconsin homeowner who’s looking to improve their lighting.

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