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The Gem LED Linear Suspension showcases beautiful artisan blown glass ‘gems’ on a base of finished steel with added task lighting through four frosted glass diffusers. Smaller and custom sizes are also available.
For an easy decorator’s touch to your dorm space, our Isabella Printed Wall Tapestry is the perfect addition. An updated global inspired pattern is flaunted on a soft brushed fabric to create a unique and lively update.
Create a cozy retreat for your dorm with a Chenille Square Floor Pillow. This floor pillow is perfect for a feminine flair, while the rich textured poly chenille creates a light natural luster sure to catch your eye.
Uniquely elegant, the Madison Park Signature Isla Chandelier offers an eye-catching look for your home. A white shade features a shell shape that drapes beautifully complementing the gold base. Add the one-of-a-kind style of this table lamp to your living room or bedroom, for a look that is sure to impress.
The Upcycle Ottoman is upholstered using a supply of surplus jute bags previously used to transport organic coffee beans. The durable bags, which would otherwise be thrown away, have been re-purposed to make an original accent piece.
These chairs would look amazing at the ends of your dining room table! Comfy and inviting, they will make everyone want to sit at the head of the table. lucia lighting & design | 311 western avenue | lynn, ma 01904 | 781-595-0026.
The Span Table is a Mid-Century inspired dining table with a sculptural, truss-style base. Features beveled edges on the tabletop and micro-adjustable level feet. Come see the Gus* Modern line of furniture at lucia lighting & design!
Looking for a new Halloween project? Try using some recycled glass light covers. They come in different shapes- globe, teardrop, flowers, etc and it doesn’t matter if they are out dated.
To many people miss the silver lining because they are looking for gold. Quote of the Week | lucia lighting & design | 311 Western Ave | Lynn, MA.
The roots of this celebration go back to the late 1800s and early 1900s. It grew from women’s socialist movements
Knowledge is love and light and vision.