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It's not always easy to find affordable modern torches. This glove sits on its own stand and has slick, clean stainless steel lines. It would fit in well with a contemporary outdoor living area.
This is my favorite set of lights for dressing up the house for the holidays and year-round. They also come in shades of green and red.
Currently, I have what I like to call "Hollywood" lighting (you know, the big globe light bulbs that scream "I belong in a dressing room, not a bathroom") above the vanity in the master bathroom. This lighting is similar yet so very different at the same time. It would be a great way to change up...
I like this industrial chandelier for its modern twist that allows you to suspend five glass globes from one black iron bar. Go for a fomal look by hanging globes at the same level or mix things up by hanging them at different heights.
This is a great vanity light for a smaller bathroom. The shades are made out of milk glass (versus the frosted glass you often see), a great little detail.
Keep your outdoor party going well into the night with these ecofriendly, LED, solar-powered fairy lights. With no extension cords to limit your distance, wrap them around a tree in the backyard. Oh, and they're waterproof too! The party is on rain or shine.
I have been recommending this globe pendant light for years. It absolutely NEVER goes out of style, and the combination of chrome and bulb here is perfectly balanced. Another detail that is often an oversight is the style of the chain - note how stylish this one is!
Bring some glow to your next outdoor bash with the Bulbrite STRING15/E26-S14KT 48 ft. Outdoor Incandescent String Light set. These commercial grade, UL rated contemporary glass string lights are built for the great outdoors and are supremely stylish to boot. Connect up to four strands of these...
Let the warm glow of vintage Edison bulbs light up your summer nights with the Bulbrite STRING15/E26-A19KT 48 ft. Outdoor String Light with Vintage Edison Bulbs set. Each 48-ft. string comes ready to glow with 15 E26 sockets and corresponding NOS25 (25W) nostalgic Edison filament A19 bulbs with...
These gazing globes are fun in multiple colors. While excellent for outdoors, use them inside to add light, reflection and different shapes to your decor.
These pendants appear almost to be globs dripping from the ceiling — maybe that's just me. Although a little eery, I like how the illumination continues up the pendant and isn't confined solely in the globe.
These gorgeous pendant lamps are inspired by constellations. Light glows through the iron globes to add some stardust magic to a space.
This amazing mirrored globes have a bit of groovy retro style, mid-century modern simplicity, disco glam and futuristic finishing.
This solar light looks like modern indoor pieces so popular today. A great way to add some light and class to your backyard. The different styles are great to mix and match.
These lovely glass globes emit beautiful light and dangle as a sculpture. In fact, you can help design the sculpture by deciding how many to hang, how far apart to hang them, and what the various heights should be. The globe is modern, the cast glass material is beautiful and traditional.
Meet the cousin of Modern Icon Random Light, the Non-Random Light? It's not quite a globe, it still gives the great diffusion, and it was also designed by Bertjan Pot. It's strong enough to stand on its own, but it's more conducive to being part of a group than the Random Light.
These gorgeous cascading lights catch the eye when hanging in a two story space; we've seen them the most adding drama to staircases. While this version has three globes, there are versions with many more globes if you have a larger scale space to fill.
This globe transforms into a map of the constellations once the lights are off — such a fun (and educational) surprise.
This simple globe, designed by Jasper Morrison, diffuses the light and adds a pleasing modern shape to your lighting scheme. Available in several sizes.
Can you imagine gazing out onto your landscape on a summer night and seeing these glowing orbs floating across your pool or landscape? They are pretty surreal and enchanting, and the rechargeable batteries make the price tag worthwhile.
It seems like every light fixture that catches my eye these days was designed by Lindsey Adelman in Brooklyn. this cluster of globe-like handblown glass balls is yet another beautiful Adelman creation, perfect for a kitchen, dining room or bedroom.
The broken globe pendant is a clean-lined solution for a space that demands a chandelier. It is sleek and unique while still maintaining a 14-½ -inch diameter.
An elegant combination of chrome and glass make for an affordable pendant light. Inside the round-shaped glass are ten chains of crystal beads, which form a circle around a single halogen bulb. I think the result looks sophisticated in day time, and when lit at night it generates a pleasant, unique...
The simplicity of this pretty light makes it quite versatile, as does the range of available colors in which you can get it. I love this gorgeous blue, but with so many lovely colors, you really can't go wrong.
There is something not quite perfect about this pendant, which I like. It may have to do with the fact that it is handblown. The human quality is a nice touch, especially in a room like the kitchen, that can often times feel anything but.
The geometric lines of this style make it a great fit for more modern spaces. I love the clean feel and think one (or more) of these would work perfectly over a large kitchen island.
The unique shape of this fixture has garnered admirers from throughout the Houzz community when it's featured in a room, and I wholeheartedly agree. It looks great over a kitchen island, a dining table, an entry — you name it.
Updating light fixtures is a simple way to update a room, especially a kitchen. Consider this pendant with polished silver accents as one focal point, and then add simple, less expensive lights to the rest of the space.
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