The Spiral Collection flush mount from ET2 now comes in a choice of seven or 10 G9 40W Xenon lamps. Twisted metal tubes swinging freely swinging around its shade and strands of crystal beads below keep the shine coming, even...
Drum shades continue to be popular, and the Drum ceiling fixture from Troy Lighting is there on the double with a hardback linen shade within a wrought iron “cage.” This four-light fixture can be used with or without a 12-...
Available in brushed bronze as shown or antique nickel, Hampton from Hinkley Lighting melds well with today’s “less is more” sensibility. Soft linen hardback shades conceal four 100W medium-base lamps.
From the Timeless family from Minka Aire, this 54-inch, five-blade fan is indeed a classic. Available in all of today’s most popular finishes, including bronze.
Strong angles contrasted with gentle curves is a design signature of architect Charles Rennie Mackintosh. The Mackintosh Series from Hubbardton Forge upholds that tradition with adjustable pendants. Ideal for sloped ceilings...
A very grand 96 inches of asymetrical lighting drama, Crystal Rain from James R. Moder Impact is illuminated by 11 MR16 lamps. Available in Swarovski Elements® and Spectra® crystal.
Shimmering gold silk and Etruscan smooth oyster crystal drops on Crystorama’s Hampton five-light chandelier are proper, but hardly prim. Also available in polished chrome with silver silk shade.
Delicately scaled at 18 by 13 inches, Currey & Co.’s Crystal Bud chandelier cloaks three diminutive arms inside a wrought iron sphere adorned with crystal elements.
Trimmed with Heritage Handcut® clear crystal, LUCIA from Schonbek comes in a choice of six finishes for a variety of looks from a single SKU.
Sua Intl., which is known for its antler chandeliers, will introduce a new collection of contemporary antler lighting in Dallas. The new line includes this table lamp made of real antler with a platinum finish, topped with a...
In today’s LED replacement lamp landscape, six characteristics are paving the way.
Three attributes surface in new introductions.
Girls’ light out? Four feminine characteristics define today’s trend away from heavy-handed masculine styling in fixtures.
Is it all about that base? Table lamps forgo traditional formations for unconventional forms.