425,023 Lighting Products

Although picking a light fixture might seem like a pretty standard task, today’s options make this once-easy decision more complicated. If you’re looking for your kitchen, you now have to decide: pendant or chandelier? Track light or wall sconce? Cabinet or recessed lights? No matter how mundane it might seem, picking the right illumination is important. Some fixtures cover very little ground and provide more of an ambient glow, while others shine from one corner of the room to another. Choosing the wrong fixture can lead to a poorly lit room or even an overly lit, washed-out space. Because of this, be sure to consider all the options below before taking your next lighting plunge. More 
1 Bulb Outdoor Lighting
$210 More Colors
- ETL Damp Approved. - Voltage: 120V. - Max Wattage: 100 W. - Bulb(s) Type: 1-E 100 Watt. - Bulb Not Included. - Cord Length: 8". - Cord Color: Black/White. - Item Weight: 2.6 lbs. - Back Plate: 7.875x4.75.
“style, color, size.” — elnachon
Assisi Pendant
$138 $207.00
This pendant lamp points light in the right direction. The glass shade is hand-blown with impressed veins that accent the surface for one-of-a-kind character. Line a few up over your home bar, center island or breakfast bar for shot of vibrant color that's revealed when the light is turned on.
“Fun!” — torr1
Akron 1-Light Copper Mini Pendant
This light is 16 inches of amazing attention to detail and it belongs wherever you put it. The little copper studs that punctuate the black strap metal strips are in marked contrast to the warm light emanating from the pendant.
“Lighting” — frankbillick
Four Torch Chandelier
The tiki torch just got a hot makeover. This impressive chandelier embraces the blend of fire and “ice,” allowing you to rekindle your outdoor lighting options.
“Lantern” — lmacintyre
Caged Lamp
$516 $645.00
What an intriguing way to illuminate your favorite contemporary setting. Here, glass is blown into the metal wire grid to create a striking cage effect.
“Lamp” — channagan
Rain One Light Bath Sconce-Hammered Ore
$149 · Only 6 Left More Colors
There's nothing quite so relaxing as seeing and hearing the rain pelt against the window panes and on the tin roof (rusted!). To recreate the impression of beads of rain upon a window, we hand press the glass. The Rainy Night finish is made from streaking an eggplant-black glaze over silver. *Hand-forged steel has 70% or greater recycled content. *Low-VOC finish. Recycled...More
“Cool” — vintagesouldesigns
Emerson CF765BS Loft 60" Ceiling Fan Brushed Steel
$269 $448.00
Emerson Loft Model CF765BS in Brushed Steel with Brushed Steel Airfloil ABS Finished Blades. BASIC INFO: -- Fan Body Finish: Brushed Steel -- Reversable: Yes -- Application: Indoor/Outdoor Damp Locations -- Required Voltage: 120 Volts -- Included Downrod: 6" -- Flushmount Capability: Nearly flush w/optional CFDR25 (sold separately) -- Quality Rating: 4 out of 5 -- EnergySta...More
“for my office” — elmark
Bromi Design Kendall Chrome Pendant
$68.04 $88.45 · Only 3 Left
Shine light directly on the task at hand with this cool, contemporary pendant. Its dome-shaped shade directs light downward in a concentrated circle.
“Island pendant” — pasch_grant
Sell on Houzz - Learn More
Sponsored Products
Lite Source Gustavo Table Lamp
$158.00 | Hayneedle
First Value Ceiling Fan
$92.80 | Fratantoni
George Kovacs | Halogen Table Lamp No. 6244/2
$110.00 | YLighting
Sutton Place 1 Light Sconce
$68.00 | Fratantoni
Artecnica Grand Trianon Pendant Light
$180.00 | ModernistLighting.com
Visalia Chrome and Translucent Black Shade 9-light Crystal Chandelier
$149.99 | Overstock.com

Pendant Light

A pendant light is a smaller fixture suspended from the ceiling by a cord, chain or metal rod. They traditionally include only one lightbulb, so they don’t cover as much ground; several are often used to cover more space. There are many different styles, including drum pendants and globe pendants, making it easy to find one that will fit your decor. They work well when you’re trying to showcase a smaller, specific area, such as a kitchen island or a dining room table.


Chandeliers combine multiple lightbulbs in one unit to create a larger, more dramatic statement piece. Unlike a pendant, they produce a stronger glow and therefore can often stand alone. Chandeliers are traditionally more elegant and more expensive than other fixtures, and therefore are used less frequently — you may see one in an entryway or a formal dining room.

Ceiling Fan

Primarily used for its practicality as opposed to its beauty, ceiling fans are a great way to cool a room down and brighten it up all at the same time. They are often used in bedrooms, though they come in handy where there’s a lot of activity, including playrooms and home gyms. They also make great outdoor fixtures for a covered patio or sunroom.

Wall Sconce

Mostly used for adding ambience and decoration, a wall sconce is any kind of wall-mounted fixture. It provides dimmer, less vibrant illumination and is therefore likely to be used in multiples down a hallway or near a front door.

Recessed Lighting

If space is an issue, recessed bulbs are a great option, because they take up no space at all; a fixture is inserted directly into the ceiling. Because they are often used as accents in a larger space, such as a kitchen or living room, recessed bulbs are almost always used in multiples. Although not as common, they can also be inserted into floors and walls to provide additional brightness in dark spaces.

Cabinet Lighting Fixtures

These fixtures are mounted underneath a cabinet or shelf and provide illumination for a particular task. They are most often placed in kitchen cabinets to provide pinpointed spotlights for cooking, but they can also provide accent brightness for home office or living room shelves.

Track Lighting

Like a chandelier, this source includes several lightbulbs in one fixture, but instead of being grouped together, they are strung along a horizontal track. Tracks are a more casual way to get a lot of illumination in one space, and therefore they look good in less formal settings, such as a hallway, an office or a kitchen. Most of them can be positioned to highlight specific areas, which makes them great for showcasing artwork.

Floor or Table Lamp

If you’re looking for a more traditional fixture, you can always opt for floor lamps or table lamps. Because of their many different shapes, sizes and designs, they are often a great way to add some flavor to your living room or bedroom. Lampshades are easy to switch, so if you’re looking for a fresh, new look, you can change them out as often as you like.
© 2014 Houzz Inc.
Houzz® The new way to design your home™