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More homeowners are incorporating spa-like features in their master bathrooms. Utilizing chandeliers or a series of decorative sconces in the master bathroom are popular additions. While these fixtures are often the decorative feature piece in the bathroom, they can also…
The powder room has become a room of style and function. Many of the same design elements of the grand entry are incorporated into the powder room. This is a statement room. For the guest that wants to freshen up…
The bathroom has evolved into various distinctive spaces in the home, ranging from efficient and functional to a tranquil spa getaway or a guest bathroom that is as inviting as any foyer. Each of these spaces has different lighting needs.…
The Milan wall sconce by Tech Lighting is a modern rectilinear bath bar that features a clean and crisp design. The Milan is defined by the sharply enhanced crystalline dimension of the outer shade. The Milan can be customized by…
Jackson by Hinkley merges traditional details such as clear seedy glass, finished glass collars and a distinctive hammered accent plate to create a seamless, polished look that is at home in a rustic lodge or an urban loft.
The clear teardrop glass shade houses the bulb of your choice as it is suspended from a square antique brass back plate. Mount multiples down a hallway to create a dramatic look. Coordinates with similar table lamp and floor lamp.
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Calling upon Kelly’s love of nature, this collection features topographic and organic forms inspired by California’s coastal landscape. Her signature carved bronze technique is juxtaposed with glass to evoke sensual drama and raw glamour.
For a space in need of a clean look, The Hubbardton Forge Glide Sconce offers a more contemporary feel. Steel and aluminum are both featured to create this piece. With approximately 1000 lumens of light, it’s suitable for modern vanity applications.
I can’t stand a naked light bulb, any more than I can a rude remark or a vulgar action.