13,135 outdoor light Eclectic Products
I'd like to group three of these houses together in a row to create a striking yet playful lighting statement.
Payton Table Lamp, Coral
I love the height and curves of this golden coral candleholder. It will add height, light and a touch of nature to any space. And I think coral works with nearly every type of decor.
When choosing lighting for a child's room, I'd be more likely to lean toward something that wouldn't break when struck with a ball or other random flying toy, hence the metal. This lamp reminds me of dinosaur bones. I'd love to see this in a little boy's room.
This is Anthropologie at its finest. No two of these candlesticks are alike, and each features a variety of unusual objects. They make me want to try a DIY version.
This gorgeous chair adds sophisticated yet eclectic beachy style to the dining room. Mix and match it with others or splurge for and entire set. The cushioned seat insures that your guests will be comfortable when they are dining, the coral-inspired back will give your room some texture and unique...
I feel like I can never have enough little serving bowls, and these starfish-shaped ones would be a perfect addition to my collection. They're sweet without being tacky — a win-win in my book!
Starfish Melamine Bowl
You don’t always have to make a major purchase to turn your home around, give it some oomph by investing in an eye-catching decorative cushion. This light blue damask textile with sparkling golden trim will surely transform any sofa, chaise lounge or bedroom set. French blue fringe and jewel...
Fewer daylight hours calls for more indoor lights. This riveted brass table lamp is beyond chic. Buy a pair for maximum impact behind a sofa or settee.
Get that modern Jackson Hole feeling with this antler chandelier. But wait, the stag population was NOT affected by this chandy; it's completely ceramic. It's the epitome of rustic chic, one of our favorite styles here at Houzz.
Get wild in your tablescaping with these hot pink ostrich drabs. Place them in tall glass vases and add some height to your tabletop. They're also available in light pink, so you can add a layering effect with a variety of shades.
Ostrich Drabs, Hot Pink
That textured shade and the exposed red cord, oh my! I love this lighting company. It's based in England and almost everything is designed by Peter Bowles, one of the forerunners of industrial lighting. It makes me swoon.
Most people don't think of adding wall lights to a kitchen, but a swing-arm light like this one could add a little extra brightness for reading recipes or the morning paper. It doesn’t have to be hardwired, just plug it into an outlet and mount to the wall.
These pillows embroidered with charming and exotic fish come in several gorgeous colors - pink for a bit more girly room, a lovely light lime green, or a more traditional blue. However, this sunny saffron seems to go with the cheerful fish the best!
Reminders of summer fun and the beach can be placed anywhere, including the ceiling fan pull. Just attach this adorable dolphin pull charm to your ceiling fan, ceiling light or even a table lamp. It would also be great on a backpack.
These sleek candle holders would look fabulous on a mantel or bookshelf, especially when with light pink candlesticks.
A great pop of color, this table is like sunshine in mesh form. I'm seeing it on a floor of rich hardwood with stacks of old books on top, some green plants nearby and a window that gets lots of light. Move it around to any space that could use some instant energy.
Though this lamp was actually designed for a teen's room, it would look great in any room, no matter your age. Its fun and whimsical and would look great bedside, in a home office or even in a living room.
For a bit of light-hearted fun, toss this birch log onto the sofa or bed. If nothing else, it will be a fun conversation starter.
These custom pieces by Eric Ritter are whimsical and fun anchored by substantial materials craftsmanship.
I love the artful strokes of blues across this lamp. It can go Asian (think china patterns) or coastal (think seascapes) or exotic (think ikat prints in the same room).
A chic cocktail table with gorgeous bamboo legs is great in a small room. Its light feel will create space.
At just over $300, this is an admittedly pricier piece, but I love the way the lights actually look illuminated.
These tea lights have brilliant shiny colors that really compliment each other. They would make a great grouping as a centerpiece at the table.
When I want to make afternoon tea a bit more special, I place a saucer cracker on the side and watch my guest's face light up. The pretty floral and lace patterned paper conceals a little scroll with a joke, a piece of trivia and a conversation-creating topic.
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