Volume 1 Issue 2

See What's New at Shades of Light!

Every week a selection of new, unique and high quality products is introduced to the Shades of Light website. See what styles our in-house buyers are digging this week.

 

1. Wood Antler Ceiling Light   

Whether you just want to add a cozy, rustic feel or maybe you’re going for the English hunting look, antlers can make an elegant and woodsy mark simultaneously. Not just for the lodge, this animal lover ceiling light, made from wood branches to resemble antlers, makes a style statement anywhere! In a light, natural finish with a 3 light mini chandelier inside, it’s bound to make great leaps in your decor. 3×25 watts. (12.5″Hx9.5″W)

 

2. Radiator Grill Ceiling Light  

With just enough pattern to set it apart, this cutout grill flush mount fixture shines intriguing light patterns on your ceiling. From industrial to traditional, it has a look that is current and timeless. Frosted glass diffuser and blackened copper framing. Select your pattern: Gold Quatrefoil, Gold Starburst, or Silver Quatrefoil (cloverleaf). 2×60 watts. (5.25″Hx12″W)

 

3. Corrugated Tin Drum Ceiling Light  

From a vintage industrial light for the mudroom, to a casual youthful look for your son’s room, or even a natural ingredient in the kitchen, this layered double drum shade ceiling light adds a unique and chic element in corrugated tin with aged zinc finish. 60 watts. (7″Hx10″W)

 

4. White Enamel Pendant Light

This weeks pick is versatile, functional and affordable with styling that complements interiors from contemporary to vintage, and industrial to cottage.¬†The sleek white enamel finish is accented with a blackened bronze for upscale refinement on this classic flared bell design. At 21‚ÄĚ in diameter, it is substantial enough to stand alone over a sink or bistro table, or can be used in multiples over an island or bar. Hardwire installation required. 60 watts. (18″H x 21″W)

 

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