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Hubbardton Forge is one of our favorite American made companies here at Lucia… The reason we love them is they are local artists and local craftsmen making lighting just for you. Hubbardton Forge was founded in 1974 and back then…
The stark, pure look of a desert landscape provides the inspiration for our Large Dune Sconce. The undulating wave of steel is reminiscent of sand dunes – or so we’re told by those ranging far beyond the Green Mountain state.
With a sensual interplay of light and shadow, the Waves Pendant suggests a fluidity of motion, an eternal circle of life. Heavily textured steel showcases the skill of the American metal crafters and artisans at the Forge.
Home Expert Carisha Makes A Hubbardton Forge Chandelier.See the process for making an amazing light, called the Dahlia Chandelier, at Hubbardton Forge.
A crown of metal surrounds an inner ring lined with fabric imbued with petite Swarovski crystals. The LED light guide provides up- and down-lighting from this beautifully crafted circlet.
The living room lives up to its name. Whether its family get-togethers or hosting guests, life happens here. This space has evolved to play multiple roles, like an entertainment hub, workspace and more. It’s the goal of the metalsmiths here…
Iconic lighting that dazzles with dimension and drama.
Inspired by the craftsmanship and simple form of the Arts and Crafts movement, the Plank Pendant creates sleek style without a fuss. In your choice of wood or steel, the clean lines of architectural block elements secure the light guide—providing…
Rustic lighting merges elements of natural materials, handcrafted details and warm finishes to add organic warmth to a space.
The double-shade design of our large, semi-flush delivers the clean and minimalistic elegance the collection is known for, but adds another visual element with the inclusion of an internal drum shade. Hand-forged steel bars cradle both shades.
I think people underestimate the importance of lighting - layers of lighting, not just one light. I do a lighting seminar where I take a $300-a-yard fabric and a $3-a-yard fabric. I show what lighting can do to either one.