These rusty crusty light fixtures where fashioned from old propane tanks. The result adds an industrial element to this crisp black and white kitchen.
Capiz shell fixtures once broke the bank, but now inexpensive versions are widely available. West Elm has a reasonably priced version here.
This light serves as a modern sculptural piece in an otherwise traditionally decorated room.
This image has been one of the most popular on Houzz for quite awhile. I'm betting this light fixture deserves a lot of the credit for that.
One of my biggest regrets in life was not picking up a Fortuny light fixture in Venice when the dollar was riding high over the lira!
The Caboche Chandelier has become a contemporary classic, and goes with everything from glam bathrooms to starkly minimal dining rooms.
This lovely lavender light lets visitors know a lot about the person who lives here from the moment they poke their heads into the entryway!
Lots of my favorite sculptural lights seem to take their inspiration from whimsical sea creatures. This is one of them.
This Robert Allen light has been compared to a sea anemone.
This light fixture is pure magic.
Take a look at how different it looks from another angle.
For some reason, this one reminds me of some sort of robotic creature straight out of The Matrix.
Cascading bubbles add major drama to the dining room. This fixture is also great for a tall foyer or staircase.
The Random Light stands up well on its own, in pairs, in threes, or in an even larger group.
I use this fixture in ideabooks all the time - it always pops into my head when I am thinking about great lighting.