Ideas for mixing Visual Comfort into your unique style
Visual Comfort is all about finding the style and designer piece that fits your aesthetic. You might lean toward a modern look for your home, and search for pieces by Clodaugh, Ian K. Fowler, Kelly Wearstler, Barbara Barry, or Peter Bristol. If your space is more transitional or contemporary, you could seek the works of Kate Spade, J. Randall Powers, Eric Cohler, Barry Goralnick, Joe Nye, Niermann Weeks, Alexa Hampton and Studio VC. If you are more into a classical or traditional look for your home, you can incorporate fixtures from Ralph Lauren, Christopher Spitzmiller, John Rosselli, or E.F. Chapman/Charthouse.
Where Visual Comfort works best in your home
Visual Comfort pieces are often great focal points or eye candy in your rooms. Consider the fine details or sculptural nature of the chandeliers, sconces, swing arms, and pendants represented in this brand; because of the hand applied finishes and the high-end materials, Visual Comfort lends itself to being the main focus of your design. The details of other furniture and lighting can pick up complimentary details and queues from the ambiance created with Visual Comfort. Following suit, you can place these items in the public spaces of your home (kitchen, living room, dining room, and entry) or enjoy these fixtures in your more private spaces, like a master bedroom.