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The Spectre LED ceiling fan is an energy-efficient fan design with an industrial-inspired look. The design comes in this brushed nickle and orange finish with four orange molded ABS blades
Mida is a ceiling/wall lamp with our exclusive magnetic system, inspired by the world of haute couture jewels. A pavè of precious gems encrust an almost invisible setting, and polished cabochon are geometrically scattered across a floral corolla with silky, iridescent tones.
This versatile and dynamic collection was inspired by the polyhedric facets of desert gems. The lamp’s geometries create an intriguing contemporary and refined kaleidoscope effect that enriches any interior.
This unique table lamp provides direct and diffused light through a partly sandblasted clear globe. Its base is anodized aluminum and contains the excess power cord.
Brighten your day and your décor with this punchy orange woven cotton area rug featuring an abstract, sketch like pattern – perfect for the kitchen, living room, hallway, or kids’ rooms.
This concave armless chair featuring a crisp look of tangerine faux leather, and individual nail head detailing definitely makes a stylish contemporary statement.
This sleek tabletop lamp was originally created by renowned designers Edward Barber and Jay Osgerby for the London Design Museum. Evoking the spirit of a candle, the Bellhop can be carried from room to room, casting a pool of direct light wherever it goes.
Lucia lighting & design is kicking off their week of Orange today! Come in to see all of our Orange lighting and home decor pieces.
6-light chandelier with several tiers of wooden sticks on curved iron arms, all in a whitewash finish. The wooden dowels are placed atop pliable arms.
A soft feathered piece with a heavenly look. Handcrafted detailed acrylic that emerges into a glowing cluster of interlocked petals with frosted edges.
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.