Wednesday, November 7, 2018

My Five Favorites - Budget Friendly Lighting

Hi friends - it's time for another round of My Five Favorites, our theme this month is
Lighting. I always suggest clients change out their lighting, it's one of the easiest elements to transform the feel of your space, and create an updated look. These are tried and true,
 budget friendly favorites that I've used for my clients several times. Be sure to check out
what my blogging pals are sharing too:

Jennifer @ Dimples & Tangles

Our guest host this month is Sue @ The Zhush. I've been a long time fan of her chic,
 timeless style. She has a great eye for creating a perfect eclectic balance of traditional,
lively, and sophisticated. Don't miss her beautiful Instagram feed, too!

#1  PB Knock Off Chandelier

Lowes Eberline Chandelier is an awesome buy at $250!
If you don't want to spring for the Pottery Barn look-a-like at $1,000, it's a beautiful
 alternative, and definitely a big bang for the buck! 


#2 Battery Operated Picture Lights 

I love the classic style of a picture light and how it elevates any type of artwork or photography.
Lamps Plus has several battery operated choices that make the installation a breeze.  

Marcus Design

#3 Target Tripod Floor Lamps

A ton of great reviews for the Delavan Tripod Floor Lamp available in Black or Brass. 
This stylish casual lamp is a steal at $80! A polished style with clean lines, it works 
in any room and the cord runs inside the leg, so no unsightly cord hanging down.   

#4  Modern Acrylic Floor Lamp

CB2 opened in Denver a couple months ago, and this Column Acrylic Floor Lamp
is my favorite piece in the store!
It is stunning, and the perfect addition to achieve an eclectic mix with more traditional
furnishings. I'm thinking it might need to be on my Christmas list! :)  

 #5  Thrifted Vintage Brass Lamps

I see vintage brass lamps at thrift stores all the time! 
These brass lamps are posted on Denver Craigslist for $65 for the pair.
Wouldn't they be beautiful with black shades?  

Here are a pair I found a few years ago, adding the black shades made a big impact,
 and they're so versatile, I move them all over our home. 

Don't miss these friends' favorites:

Jennifer @ Dimples & Tangles


Jennifer @ Dimples and Tangles said...

Great choices, I love that tripod lamp and you definitely need that CB2 floor lamp in your house! I will drive to Denver to buy those bamboo chairs when you're tired of them some day! ;)

Deborah said...

How did you know I needed a cordless picture light? Thanks, Pam!

Connie said...

Love brass lamps with the black shades. I have a really hard time finding black ones--do you have a source to recommend?

Sarah said...

Looking up the battery operated picture light on LampsPlus and don't see the one you used. Could you please share the direct link? Thank you!

Lisa @ Shine Your Light said...

Your thrifted brass beauties were such a great find Pam! I love that PB knockoff chandelier too, I have the flush mount ceiling version of it in my foyer and my friend just put the chandelier in her dining room, it's stunning in person!

Mary Ann Pickett said...

Love the idea of battery operated picture lights. Great ideas.

Calypso In The Country said...

I never think of battery powered lights but they are such a great idea. Love the floor lamps too!

Unknown said...

I entered your blog after seeing a lighting fixture in a DIY magazine. I truly enjoy the blog and your taste in d├ęcor. I have been looking for the lighting fixture and have not found it. Maybe you can help me. The Spring 2019 Do it Yourself Magazine, page 64, article style School, shows a photo of a kitchen ceiling light that I would like to find but I can't find it on your blog. Can you help me. Thanks, MaryAnn

pam {simple details} said...

Hi MaryAnn, I'm not sure which fixture you're referring to, but I'll check out the magazine and see if I can help! :)

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