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Sutton Suzuki Architects
Please share where you got the pendant light from. It's so beautiful!
Please share where the pendant light is from. It's so beautiful!
WOULD LOVE TO KNOW WHERE THIS LIGHT IS FROM ALSO.
I don't know that exact one, but Circa Lighting has something similar and Hudson Valley Lighting might as well.
possible light for over breakfast area
LDa Architecture & Interiors
Forest View Residence Kitchen
What is the size of the island and size of the lights? Thanks
Love the lights over the breakfast bar, where are they from. Thanks
love the lights, height n style
dark countertop, really light flooring
Lights, floor, cabinets
Lights over island...I like lights...Kitchen lights love...1930s lighting...interesting lights...Pendant lights....lighting combo...Love these lights...pendant lighting
Hi sdmj! I built the installation above the bed using wooden flooring tiles from IKEA and a set of 5 lights, also from IKEA. The flooring tiles are mounted away from the wall at differing depths using 1x2 wooden strips boards that were cut down to 2x2 squares and layered on top
Love the wooden light feature on wall
Teak wood tiles as light covers
windows, as long as a lot of light comes through all of the hallways
Slatted, lighted wall piece above bed. Bery nice
2009 Showcase Home on Park Alley
I know there have been atleast a dozen questions about the pendant lighting so I hope I'm not repeating anyone.. but does anyone know which finish was chosen for the pendants? Im on the Circa Lighting website, found the grosvenor light, but now stumped on the finish
makes these pendant lights and where can I purchase them?
Which company makes the island lights.
Hi I LOVE those lights and I'm pretty sure they come from Circa Lighting. Do you know of any similar, but more economical versions? Something with a shade and metal framing...
My lighting consultant is directing me to halogen under counter lighting saying heat is related to wattage and halogen has the "bad rap" in this regard due to its misuse in early years. Comments
Artistic Designs for Living, Tineke Triggs
Where are the pendant lights from?
Where did you get the lights?
I found them at a Toronto lighting store Union Lighting but I think you can also purchase them online at http://www.unionlightingandfurnishings.com/. This light can be found at http://www.unionlightingandfurnishings.com/lighting/pendantslanterns/smallpendantsbrusedinmultiple
Contemporary Wine Cellar
http://www.phgmag.com/home/furnishings/201101/furnishings-and-accessories-for-the-sonoran-style-/ This Paul Ferrante light might be available through John Brooks Inc.
Like light feature and dining set
Good if no basement. Love the light!
Corbett lighting chandelier
Light!!!!!!!!!! I want it
love the light fixture
OMG amazing! Chairs and light
Wall, light...Entry light...The light fixture....Light fixture...The light fixture...Love the lights...Dark with light...ceiling lighting
Luxury Beach Condo
We have a model similar to this called the Trinity Lighted Mirror. You can visit our website to find a dealer near you: http://www.electricmirror.com/project/residential-showrooms/
would indirect lighting behind mirrors have a practical purpose
instance, without having a light shining directly in your eyes?
I like the light behind the mirrors
Rethink Design Studio
Love the light fixtures, where are they from ?
Try Barn Light Electric, they have awesome lights that look a lot like this -- search sconces! :)
Hi! We carry an American-made light that looks incredibly similar to those. I had to do a double take! It's called the Anchor
barnlightelectric.com/wall-sconce-lighting/rustic-wall-sconces/anchor-nautical-solid-brass-sconce.html If you are looking for similar fixtures with varying styles and prices, perusing our rustic sconce selection might be for you! http://www.barnlightelectric.com/wall-sconce-lighting/rustic-wall-sconces/ Hope
Hi there! Thank you so much. These lights were actually a vintage find we had rewired. Check out some of your local antique markets! Hope this helps.