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Edison, Et cetera

February 22, 2011

I really really like lights. I often get excited about snazzy home products, but I think I get most excited about light fixtures. Currently my home is outfitted with a few lights from a local grocery store (super boring), some remnants of the home’s original lighting (the outdated vanity-style lights over my kitchen and bathroom sinks), and one just-good-enough chandelier over my dining table found at a thrift store.

I doubt I will fully realize my lighting dreams while living in this condo, but in the mean time I have these pretty things to hope for.

Rejuvination - The Hood

I have been eying this beauty by Rejuvenation for a while now. Two things you should know about my tastes in lighting: I love the industrial look and I love exposed Edison-style bulbs. This pendant is customizable and starts at $353.

If Rejuvenation’s pendant is too expensive for you, West Elm has a smaller, more modern version for just $99! I just found this today and got really excited.

Floor lamps don’t impress me easily. But I love this one. And it is oh so pricey. Typical. $795 at Restoration Hardware.

I love how fixtures like this challenge the idea that chandeliers have to be ornate. Simple and beautiful. $950 at Restoration Hardware.

The handsome Bruno Scissor Sconce is available from The Cross Design for $245 CAD.

This floor lamp would fit in best in a very modern home. $265 CAD at The Cross Design.

This lamp is anything about ordinary. I am enamored with its whimsical antique look. It is made by Par Courrier priced at $2200 SEK (=$342 USD). This company does ship worldwide, but note that this item is currently out of stock.

Another lovely filament bulb chandelier. Though this one is so simple I wonder if I couldn’t manipulate a much cheaper chandelier to perform similarly. This one is made by Roost and available at Velocity for $363 (and the bulbs are extra). Check out this Design*Sponge post to see how one home-owner uses this chandelier in their living room.

Which of these are your favorites? Do you like the industrial era exposed-bulb look?

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