First, plan the path for the new wiring and remove the baseboards where necessary. Use a sharp drywall knife to cut the caulk and paint sealing the top of the baseboard to the wall.
Where no means exists within the snap switch enclosure for connecting to the equipment grounding conductor or where the wiring method does not include or provide an equipment grounding conductor, a snap switch without a connection to an equipment grounding conductor shall be permitted for replacement purposes only.
By code the junction box must remain accessible, so look for a spot where the cover plate will blend. Use a 3x2½ inch device box like the ones use for wall outlets and set it at the same level as the existing wall receptacles to minimize visual impact.
A ceiling fixture may be installed one of two ways, it may have screws that hold the base to the mounting strap on the outlet box to support the weight, or a threaded rod and coupler may be used to suspend the fixture. To install a fixture with screws, locate the base and make sure there are two holes that line up with the screw holes in the mounting strap. Also check that the screws to be used thread freely into the holes before holding the light up to begin installation.