Well I finally got our lighting completed in our hallway and entryway. I’ve learned a few things during this process–1. lighting is expensive! 2. measuring is very important. Of course I was on a budget, so many of the lights I liked were nixed. I needed to find lighting that had a nickel finish because other lighting in the house has that finish as well as door knobs. And I needed to be somewhat conservative for resale value. I definitely wanted a schoolhouse pendant for the hallway and bought it here. My entryway was my problem child. My ceilings are only 8 feet high, so that really limited what I could choose—really limited. Also the width of the entryway is not very large, and I still needed to find lighting that would give enough light since that was the only fixture in the area. So, I ended up choosing the Soho chandelier because it’s a period-style light to the age of the house, the length worked and it’s nickel. Not my first choice, but it will work.