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The Castleton Double 2-Light Cylinder Sconce brings a clean design suitable for a wide range of interiors. The two cylindrical glass shades, secured by a metal collar, provide up and down illumination. Perfect to hang horizontally over a vanity mirror,…
This is a very concentrated light with the intention of drawing the eye to its focal point. Accent lighting is a way of adding style and drama to your home. This will help you illuminate the pieces you want on…
The Bloom is created from a single steel tube that’s laser cut, heated and expanded. The pendant sprouts from a steel stem to hang at the desired height. The light source is hidden within the cone at its core.
This is one of the most common types of lighting. Ambient light is a soft glow that blankets your space just enough for you to function without causing a harsh glare. In photography and cinematography, ambient light is considered the…
Fishbowl shape diffuser in Licorice Stick pattern, Watch Hill colorway, Brushed Nickel finish, and Clear cord
Taking inspiration from nature, our artisans create our five-armed Flora Chandelier by skillfully shaping steel bars and bands into gentle curves at our forge in Vermont. The steel tendrils twine around the fixture’s main structure as they climb toward the…
Chain-hung 1-light outdoor pendant lantern with glass and finish options. Handcrafted to order by skilled artisans in Vermont, USA Lifetime Limited Warranty when installed in residential setting Features our robust Coastal Outdoor finish specifically formulated to resist some of the…
Intertwining polished aluminum hangs from thin cables, creating a very unique and sculptural pendant. The Hubbardton Forge Flux LED Pendant features acrylic light guide plates, better distributing the LED light source. The illumination from the LED is injected into the…
Fourteenth Colony’s Hampton sconce is offered in so many different finishes and glass options. Shown here in antique copper.
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