Daylight Savings Tips

As we move toward shorter days and longer nights, more lighting becomes necessary in the home. With the upcoming holiday season, we’re sharing some of our favorite ways to light a dining room. The looks below incorporate hanging pendants and chandeliers, creating more space on and around the table for entertaining, one of our favorite things!

When dealing with a long rectangular dining table, opt for one of the multiple hanging pendant lights that mimics the shape of the table. This ensures that light hits each seat evenly. We love how this challenge was addressed in the rustic room above and included one of our fave options available at Gardenology.

If you don't have a designated dining room and are trying to create a dining space in an open floor plan, we are all about the geometric shaped pendants. These differentiate the area by giving it a specific style; the lines make a statement while the openness of the design keeps the overall room light and airy.

For a more architectural look, keep things polished with a petite wrought iron and glass pendant. The French black finish of the Clifton pendant lends an air of depth and richness.

If you're going for a modern organic look, combine elements of wood and metal. The winery chandelier at Gardenology adds a touch of rustic elegance.

So don't forget to change the clocks this Saturday and stop by Gardenology to keep your home light and bright!