Sixty-seven-inch shaded floor lamp #2644 wears a Brushed Aluminum/Black finish with either a Black or Satin White shade. It accepts two 60W max incandescent bulbs. TM 4701.
The Ballard chandelier shines with a slim and sleek look that is adorned with large, multifaceted crystal pendalogues and finished in Polished Nickel. TM 4901.
In Cirrine, hand-formed arching elements are highlighted by an artistic painted finish, feathered from a rich bronze tone to a Vintage Brass accent. Etched white glass complements the frame. TM 3840.
Freedom™ LED architectural downlights and retrofits are a simple three-step fixture solution that yield hundreds of lighting possibilities. In either 4-inch or 5-inch/6-inch sizes, choose from five color temperatures,...
The PD12722WH-LED sleek circular strip pendant with inner 3000K LED illumination has a fresh modern look. The design measures 27.75 inches by 7.25 inches with direct line voltage technology, throws 4,500 lumens and is...
The transitional indoor Portland Eco ceiling fan adds high style to any setting with its sharp architectural design, five reversible Mahogany/Walnut blades and integrated Opal Matte glass light fixture. Its airflow...
Measuring 15.25 inches tall, the Moma one-light sconce features a mixed matte metal finish and an abstract design. TM 3303.
The Casablanca three-light bath fixture in Zen Gold has great visual interest with the cut-out shades, which make for interesting light play on the wall. TM 4507.
Lamp design #96186S22 is available with a variety of crystal colors and quality. It measures 60 inches tall with four lights. WTC 303-1.
The dimmable Autumn LED fixture was inspired by the company’s traditional hand-forged leaf designs, but with a more stylized graphic approach. The LED light guide is cable-hung to allow the focus to be on the fixture itself...
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