Create A Statement With Lighting Fixtures
I’m excited to share one of my favorites parts of the house which is the lights. I love creating a statement with lighting fixtures. Nowadays homeowners today are making bold style statements with gorgeous lighting fixtures. Enjoy my collection of chandeliers and lighting fixtures from my previous and current homes.
I don’t know if you remember in one of my earlier posts I added reclaimed wood in my bedroom ceiling. This was in my previous home. I was looking for a rustic and simple chandelier that would add the perfect touch to the bedroom. I found one and you can find this little charmer at Pottery Barn. The whitewash finish on the turned-wood column and stepped candle cups of the vintage-inspired Venice Chandelier give it its new-traditional aesthetic. Made of wood and iron arms.
When I was designing my kitchen I was planning on making the hanging lights the center of attention. I think I achieved that with these black cone shape lights from Rejuvenation. The workmanship is well worth the price.
All I can say about these pretty sconces they were perfect and the search was worth the time.
For the dining room chandelier I knew I needed something coastal to accent a large reclaimed table. I was searching for that perfect one and I found this beaded chandelier by Francesca Beaded Chandelier also at pottery barn. Whitewashed wood beads give the Francesca Chandelier a fresh, summery look. Whether in a dining room or a seating area, it’s a natural complement to any decor style. Covered in gemelina wood beads.
When you think of a traditional chandelier, the crystal droplets come in mind.
Glamour always adds some interest to a room which is why I pick these both from Pottery barn. Mia Faceted-Crystal Pendant come in different sizes. Dozens of sparkling, faceted-glass crystals cascade from antique-bronze-finished rings that are embellished with decorative detailing. Crafted of glass and steel.
For my laundry room I added some industrial sconces to give this space some character. I added two on each side of the window. Priced right for my budget.
Hope you enjoyed “Create A Statement With Lighting Fixtures”
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