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Designers get inspiration from nature and recycled materials
Top shiners -Lighting designs spotlight a mélange of styles worthy of note this season. Shots of turquoise and pops of red add colorful splashes to the spectrum, while shimmering metallics lend a glamorous feel. Designers find inspiration in a variety of outlets including nature and recycled materials.
 Verandah Home

Artisan-crafted of fiber-reinforced plaster, the Laguna Mirage table lamp displays an organically inspired base with a wave pattern of relief swirls in a glossy turquoise finish with burnt umber accents from Verandah Home ($155).

Bringing a dramatic splash of color to the room, the Brim table and floor lamps blend bright red shades with brushed aluminum finishes to create sleek, stylish accents from Nova Lighting

 Nova Lighting

Midwest-CBK's White Coral Tree lamp spotlights a sprouting organic motif completed with a hardback oval drum shade ($90).


A rich espresso finish swathes the Element table lamp from Pacific Coast Lighting, featuring a uniquely shaped textural base ($195).

 Pacific Coast Lighting
 Oriental Accent 

A chubby hand-painted porcelain chicken perches on the base of the Chick Collection lamp from Oriental Accent ($99).


A black drum shade tops the Silvered Caiman lamp from Austin, highlighting a classic form with contemporary silver skin patterning ($450).

 Dimond Lighting 

The Samson Collection lamp highlights a glamorous Eclipse silver finish and a silken Colonial light gray shade with a silver liner from Dimond Lighting.


A beige damask silk shade tops Dale Tiffany's classically rendered lamp finished with a Sicily gold base.

 Dale Tiffany’s
 Currey & Company 

Reclaimed printers' blocks stack up to a natural linen shade on the Dufour table lamp from Currey & Company ($910).


Organic in design, the Noodle lamp showcases a square linen base with a natural rattan overlay and a linen hardback shade from Kichler. The illuminated base allows light to shine through the woven fibers for a luminous glow.

Lofty lights

The latest looks in fixtures and chandeliers are guaranteed to hang around with stylish forms ranging from streamlined and modern to ornate and classy. Traditional silhouettes feel elegant and familiar, while unexpected shapes usher in a revitalized feel for this category. - Lindsey Hughes

 Meyda Lighting’s

Meyda Lighting's Saturn Inverted pendant is designed with a seafoam acrylic bowl shade with rust-finished accents below. Energyefficient lamp options are available.  

The Alhambra ceiling mount spotlights clear hand-cut crystal and swivel glass draped on an antique brass and Roman bronze-finished frame from Crystorama Lighting ($299). 

 Lite Source

A white grid pattern adorns the shade of the Hedva ceiling lamp from Lite Source, accented with a chrome metal canopy.

The Nicollette chandelier gives a nod to the French Riviera lifestyle with whimsical delicate scrollwork and etched glass shades with a classic damask scroll pattern from Progress Lighting. The design is available in a copper bronze or brushed nickel finish.

 Progress Lighting
 Metropolitan Lighting’s

From the Walt Disney Underscore Collection, Metropolitan Lighting's hanging fixture is a transitional blend of metal and glass, featuring a bronze frame and brushed caramel silk glass.




Strands of crystal beads and crystal drops dangle from tiers of lights on the Valentina Collection chandelier from Murray Feiss, finished in oxidized bronze.

 Murray Feiss







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