The new year offers opportunity to refresh our spaces with savvy lighting solutions. From dazzling drop pendants to flickering gas lanterns, these ceiling fixtures promise a bright 2022.

This hand-rubbed antique brass fixture takes a contemporary approach to linear lighting.

Ceiling Fixtures 2022
Bistro Medium Chandelier, $2,199, Visual Comfort.

Flickering Bevolo gas lanterns define comfort and class. Appearing more and more in stylish interior spaces, designing with lanterns is a lighting solution we hope endures in 2022.

Ceiling Fixtures 2022
French Quarter Yoke Lantern, $525, Bevolo, Photo by Joshua Caldwell.

An antique brass pendant pays homage to Art Deco. The handcrafted glass discs combine smoke luster glass and clear glass for added illumination.

Kinlee Chandelier by Arteriors, $3,120, Curate to the Trade.

The dazzling pairing of clear, hand-cast glass and diffused LED light defines the new-for-2022 Asscher chandelier by Hammerton Studio.

Ceiling Fixtures 2022
Asscher 8-light multi-port chandelier, $5,695, Hammerton Studio. Photo courtesy of Hammerton Studio.

This modern pendant offers textural interest to any space, combining a concrete body with a clean white sphere shade.

Ceiling Fixtures 2022
Maude Pendant, $274, House of Jade. Photo by Lindsay Salazar.

This playful drop pendant combines unlacquered brass with natural wood spines. The whimsical shape emulates a beach-side accessory with its pompom-like trim.

Ceiling Fixtures 2022
Sylvia Pendant, $1,160, Foundation Goods.

This customizable suspension fixture adds a modern flair to high ceilings and confined spaces alike.

Ceiling Fixtures 2022
Axis Moda Double Linear Suspension, $3,620, Hammerton Studio.

Hand crafted from three interlocking curves of wood, this pendant light offers an eye catching display and a soft warm glow.

Hand Woven Pendant Light, $580, Louise Tucker. Photography by Kerry Fukui.

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Avrey Evans
Avrey is the Digital Editor for Utah Style and Design, and our affiliate magazine Utah Bride and Groom. She enjoys keeping a pulse on upcoming design trends, propagating green thumb inspiration and indulging her affinity for alliteration.