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Changing up a room can be a simple as swaping out a floor lamp for a table lamp or vice versa. This lamp features interesting materials to enhance your office space or bedside table.
Savoy House’s Dias is the perfect unique and futuristic pendant for your home. Savoy House’s designs will delight, intrigue and surprise even the most discriminate eye.
Adirondack Wall Sconce features a hand forged iron frame in a graphite and silver leaf finish with a beige linen shade. Available with the choice of incandescent or compact fluorescent versions.
Glittering LED-lit kiln-fused glass panels float in a double-tier round chandelier from aircraft cable suspension. Available in 4 glass styles and 8 finishes.
This Glissando Wall Sconce by Swarovski features a distinct design, that of a frozen crystallized iceberg. The wall sconce includes 2 LED bulbs and is available in polished stainless steel finish.
The Zircon Mirror is a stunning piece. Faceted, octagonal mirrors are arranged offset to create a larger mirror. All these mirrors make for the most amazing reflections of light and color.
A work of art in its own right, the Gallery Table Lamp exhibits three twists of forged steel that flows from pedestal to shade, wrapping around the lamp tube along the way.
As both a vintage and a mid-century modern style, this oval starburst pairs artisan blown glass and accent metalwork. It looks fabulous over dining tables or kitchen islands.
The Bourne 9-light pendant has a shimmering and sparkling look that truly makes it jewelry for the home. Strands of highly faceted crystal beads encircle the Sputnik style light sources within while a central band with capiz shell detailing adds even more texture.
Unlock the versatility of the pendant to give your space a fresh feel. How about one next to your bed or on either side of a mirror to light your morning wake-up routine. Stagger a few at different heights over your breakfast nook in a cluster or pop three over your kitchen island. They really can go everywhere.
It is obvious that we can no more explain a passion to a person who has never experienced it than we can explain light to the blind.
T. S. Eliot