Lighting Design From HGTV Smart Home 2018

From classic lanterns to funky midcentury fixtures, the lights at HGTV Smart Home 2018 are high-tech and stylish. Whether you need to get ready in the morning or prep dinner in the kitchen, each one can offer some assistance.

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Photo By: Robert Peterson; Rustic White Photography

Photo By: Robert Peterson; Rustic White Photography

Photo By: Robert Peterson; Rustic White Photography

Photo By: Robert Peterson; Rustic White Photography

Photo By: Robert Peterson; Rustic White Photography

Photo By: Tomas Espinoza

Photo By: Tomas Espinoza

Photo By: Robert Peterson; Rustic White Photography

Photo By: Robert Peterson; Rustic White Photography

Photo By: Robert Peterson; Rustic White Photography

Photo By: Robert Peterson; Rustic White Photography

Photo By: Tomas Espinoza

Photo By: Tomas Espinoza

Photo By: Sarah Dorio

Photo By: Robert Peterson; Rustic White Photography

A Warm Welcome

In the South, it's important to make guests feel welcome from the minute they step onto your front porch. This charming copper lantern definitely gets the job done, as it greets visitors during the day and offers a guiding light at night. A yoke bracket fastens the fixture to the porch and draws attention to the "Haint Blue" ceiling above.

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Mixed Metals in the Mudroom

In such a high-traffic area as the mudroom, an edgy light fixture is sure to stop guests right in their tracks. After checking out the tapered cage and its metallic center, visitors will want to slow down and examine the pendant from every angle.

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Bold Backlit Mirror

The powder room’s sleek wall mirror includes internal LEDs, which makes morning routines like shaving or applying makeup easier than ever. Better still, the lights' bold lines pair well with the room's punchy black-and-white color palette.

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Double-Duty Kitchen Chandeliers

Two identical, industrial-style chandeliers work overtime in the kitchen, helping to illuminate the island below and complement the open shelves. In turn, the twin fixtures really tie the room together.

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Brass Sconces Over Cabinets

Solid brass, swing-arm sconces not only add height to the kitchen, but also provide targeted light when putting away dishes. Their midcentury style offers a cool contrast to the traditional cabinets as well.

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Dripping Gold in the Dining Room

With 15 lights and a double-ring design, this dramatic chandelier will definitely be a topic of conversation at dinner. As its bulbs descend towards the table, the piece brightens the room and appears to drip gold. Talk about invaluable!

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Midcentury Moment on the Patio

Not one to be outdone, this midcentury fixtures adds just as much flair to the adjacent patio. During the day, the piece makes for a fun focal point, but at night, it fills the gathering space with warm ambiant light.

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Neon Sign Nods to 80s Style

A bifolding bookcase reveals a hidden virtual reality room, complete with a neon sign shaped like a bolt of lightning. In the evening, this pink glow will draw players in like moths to a flame, much like arcades did back in the 80s. The smart light system and modular panels also allow users to customize their experience.

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Ceiling Fan With Vintage Spin

In the teens' room, a light fixture shaped like a plane propeller puts a vintage spin on the classic ceiling fan. From high above the beds, the handsome detail draws attention to the room's soaring ceilings and balances out the contemporary curtains.

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Versatile, Textured Table Lamp

Down below, a gold lamp with a hammered finish gives the room a touch of texture. Thanks to its neutral hue, this versatile piece will work well in a dorm room down the line, too.

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Glass-Blown Decor Doubles as Art

Against the far wall, two glass-blown table lamps frame a sculpture over the girls' dresser. Though fully functional, these lights also look like art in their own right.

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Floor Lamp for Focused Reading

Night owls will love the floor lamp in the far corner of the guest room. As it arches over the accent chair, this piece provides a soft yet focused light that's perfect for reading well into the evening.

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Gold Sconces "Gussy Up" Guest Bed

Where patterned pillows and a simple duvet keep the bed soft, gold sconces give the guest room a slight luxe touch. In turn, the space is comfortable and a little bit sophisticated.

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Barely-There Bedside Lamp

For a good night's sleep, the bedroom should be free of anything too loud or distracting. Thus, a lamp with a soft neutral finish is the perfect choice for this nightstand, as it blends right into the background.

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Garage Includes Gooseneck Lights

Two copper gooseneck lights on either side of the garage brighten the driveway and speak to the lantern on the front porch. As a result, these pieces bring the home's design full circle.

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