Style Secret: Mica and Tiffany LightingArts and Crafts puts less emphasis on accessorizing than some styles, and decorative flotsam is minimal. That means lighting, as one of the only real accents, needs to pop. Both mica and Tiffany (or Tiffany-inspired) glass lamps and fixtures fit the bill: mica for its organic feel and rich glow; Tiffany glass for the proud way it wears its craftsmanship. Although those two lighting styles are Arts and Crafts icons, you could get away with lighting that checks the other boxes (warm-tone metals; clean lines; simple, geometric forms). Look closer: In keeping with the utilitarian lines and lack of curves that define the Arts and Crafts look, fixtures generally have clean, squarish or angular profiles. Here, the pendant complements the horizontal and vertical planes of the breakfast nook, yet its sloping sides break the tension and prevent a static feel.