This convertible fixture from Livex's Milford collection can be chain hung or ceiling mounted. Shown with seeded glass and a bronze finish, but also available with clear glass and an antique brass, black or brushed nickel...
Fredrick Ramond's Zen chandelier collection features a modern, environmentally friendly design using sustainable materials like solid bamboo and an energy-efficient LED light source. Available as a linear chandelier, pendant...
Regency's Lafayette Royale fan comes with coordinating designer blades and light kit. Shown here with mahogany blades and an antique copper finish. In Dallas: TM 3915.
The Directoire table lamp from Robert Abbey's Mary McDonald collection has a silver plate finish with gray glass accents and a square white parchment shade. Also available in a natural brass finish with a white or black...
Nuvo Lighting's Candice Collection blends traditional designs with contemporary finishes and materials for a truly original look. This five-light chandelier has a brushed nickel finish with pleated white fabric shades. In...
Vaxcel's Cabernet fan was inspired by historic wineries from around the world, and features a charred oak finish with brushed bronze accents. In Dallas: TM 3942.
Inspired by space observatories, WAC Lighting's Galileo LEDme track luminaire has the same clean profile regardless of where it is aimed. Available in black, white and brushed nickel. In Dallas: TM 3934.
Hand-blown glass pendants form a beautiful cascade below a square canopy on Bruck Lighting's Rain II chandelier. The fixture comes with 3W LED or 20W halogen pendants and several glass options. In Dallas: TM 3309.
The Marea ceiling fan from Fanimation has an innovative single-blade design that adds a modern touch to any room. Available in oil-rubbed bronze and satin nickel. In Dallas: TM 4943.
D'Fine, a new line from Viz Glass, offers a number of unique hand-blown glass portables. In Dallas: WTC 6/422.
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