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Give Your Kitchen Some Vintage Quirk!

With their old-world charm, Edison bulbs are practically begging for a turn-of-the-century-styled industrialist fixture.

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Retro Lighting Trends

The industrial retro, vintage style is making its mark. Edison bulbs are being emphasized in the pendant platform.

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Favorite Fixture Friday

Favorite Fixture Friday: The brass and glass of the Otto deliver strong steampunk aesthetics.

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Recycle, Re-Purpose, Reinvent

From the foam in our couches to the foundations that prefab homes are laid on, sustainability is at the heart of anything that is being manufactured today.

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Favorite Fixture Friday!

The Cirrus pendant in Soft Gold, with ringlets curling down from the interior of the shade, delivering visual bling.

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Favorite Fixture Friday!

The Spiro pendant, available in a rainbow of wood veneers.

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Favorite Fixture Friday!

The Billow pendant in Ocean Blue is distinguished by delicately designed hand-blown glass.

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Warm up to metal!

Brass and warm gold-tones are here to stay for at least another few years. What will continue its trajectory on the popularity scale are copper and bronze and rose tones.

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In living color!

A gorgeous glass chandelier gets a subtle pop of color when paired with jewel-toned crystal and modern gold accents.

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It’s all in the finish!

Dull is officially boring. This fall, home interiors are all about metallic gold textures. Don’t be afraid to get busy with the shimmery shine of sophisticated gold chandeliers!            

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There are two ways of spreading light: to be the candle or the mirror that reflects it.

Edith Wharton