I’ve been really thinking about how to transform the house bit-by-bit, but it’s hard when you want the whole house to have a consistency and “flow.” So, for lighting, I decided I might as well do what I’d do for any project: a lighting package.
Part of me wants to embrace moody dark metal that would really pop against the light walls and trim in an industrial/transitional vibe (transdustrial…get it?!). Then, my architect comes out and I steer more modern and simple…until I then see some awesome print and color combo that would really jive with fixtures that embrace a more traditional aesthetic. Ugh, so many choices!
It’s a toss-up, although seeing the fixtures together I think I know where I’m leaning. Here’s where to find them!
- dining room chandelier Restoration Hardware $999
- kitchen light here Lamps Plus $292
- swing arm sconce Lamps Plus $345
- ceiling light Amazon $80
SIMPLE & MODERN
- dining room chandelier Rejuventation $400
- kitchen light here Shades of Light $168
- swing arm sconce Photonic Studio $279
- ceiling light CB2 $60
- dining room chandelier Wayfair $614
- kitchen light here Shades of Light $450
- wall sconce Jonathan Adler at Lamps Plus $306
- other swing arm sconce Lamps Plus $398
- ceiling light Cedar and Moss $125
What do you think? Have any favorites? I have a love for the last ceiling light…and of yeah, let’s throw this guy in:
via Lambert and Fils here
TOO MANY CHOICES!