lighting fixtures

Make Every Day a Beach Day

The Malibu sofa and chair conjures up lazy days in the sun with cushy seating and aged driftwood. Now on display at lucia!

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Illuminating Your Home

Surround yourself with garlands of brilliance, hanging facets of reflected light, colorful mosaics of filtered rays.

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Newest Styles

Some of the newest styles in occasional tables are designed to nest with sofas, sectionals and ottomans.

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LED Myths & Truths

Consumers think LEDs don’t work with light dimmers. This is another false piece of information popular with LED naysayers.

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Add Some Furry Friends to Your Decor

How cute are these furry friends?! Add them to your home spaces ~ you don’t even have to feed them!

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Favorite Fixture Friday

Favorite Fixture Friday: The Lexi pendant, featuring stunning clear, textured crystals floating within a laser cut frame over a while silk shantung shade.

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Lighting Small Spaces

Lighting can enhance your entire living space. In particular, you can use it to highlight the room’s focal point if needed.

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The Upcycle Ottoman

Upcycle Ottoman – upholstered using a supply of surplus jute bags previously used to transport organic coffee beans.

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Create Custom Lighting for Your Home

Make an appointment with a lighting expert from lucía to discuss the many ways to create custom lighting for your home.

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Hubbardton Forge Fixtures

Pair your Hubbardton Forge light fixture with a matching adorne® wall plate.

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

Edith Wharton