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Lighting Sources in My Home

by | Oct 16, 2014 | Decorating Inspiration, Details, my house, Reader Questions

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Lighting Sources in My Home

I love updating the lighting in our home to bring a unique personality to every room. I get a lot of questions about where I get my light fixtures and which models I have, so to make it easier for you as readers to find the information more efficiently (and easier for me to answer), I decided to do a round up of all of our light fixtures–where to find them and any ordering information!

Unfortunately a few of our light fixtures are out of stock or no longer available, but we did try to find a few comparable fixtures.

Barn Light Sources (above):

1. Union Stem Mount Pendant Light (in my map hallway)

Options:  Shade Size: 12″ Shade,  Finishes: 355-Jadite ,  Mounting Options: 6″ Stem | ½” Diameter ,  Mounting Finish: Same as Shade,  Canopy Options: Hang Straight Canopy,  Wire Cage: None ,  Cast Guard & Glass: None ,  Cage or Guard Finish: N/A- Not Applicable

2. Sydney Stem Mount Pendant Light (in my son’s room)
Options:  Shade Size: 16″ Shade ,  Finishes: 975-Galvanized ,  Guard Finish: 400-Barn Red,  Glass Options: Clear Glass ,  Socket Type: Standard Medium Base E26 Socket

3. Union Stem Mount Pendant Light (in my kitchen)

Options:  Shade Size: 16″ Shade,  Finishes: 250-White ,  Mounting Options: Flush Mount,  Mounting Finish: Same as Shade,  Canopy Options: Hang Straight Canopy,  Wire Cage: None ,  Cast Guard & Glass: Cast Guard & Ribbed Glass,  Cage or Guard Finish: Same as Shade

4. Wallaby Stem Mount Pendant Light (in my laundry room)
Options:  Shade Size: 12″ Shade ,  Finishes: 307-Emerald Green,  Guard Finish: Same as Shade, Glass Options: Clear Crackle Glass,  Socket Type: Standard Medium Base E26 Socket

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Lighting Sources in My Home

Wall Lights (sources listed below):

Lighting Sources in My Home

1. Factory Filament Reflector Sconce in Aged Steel (in my kitchen)

Lighting Sources in My Home

2. Walker Sconce: Sadly no longer available, but see a similar one here (in my media room and son’s room)

Lighting Sources in My Home

3. Galvanized Wall Light, similar (in my kids’ bathroom)

Lighting Sources in My Home

4. Maritime 1 Light Outdoor Lantern by Elk Lighting (in my stairwell)

Lighting Sources in My Home

5. Brass Swing Arm Wall Sconce (in my office, not included in collage!)

Hanging Lantern & Chandelier:

Lighting Sources in My Home

1. Case Indoor/Outdoor Pendant Lantern (in my dining room)

Lighting Sources in My Home

2. Hampton Bay Champagne Chandelier (in my entry).See how we embellished our simple chandelier with beads here.

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  1. lula@lulasbasket

    Hey Melissa! I feel like I woke up one day and all of a sudden there were all of these choices of different lighting…has lighting revolutionalized or is just me? I found Joss & Main to be a good find when it comes to many different fixtures, they have a great selection and their pricing was not too bad ( especially since every fixture I like seems to be above my budget, I mean, way above my budget!) However, lighting I find can be tough, sometimes I think a fixture is going to look great or amazing in a space and it just isn’t right. This has happened to me recently, I found a fixture and once it was installed I thought maybe the bulb needed to be changed but it was actually the entire fixture. I believe was modern for the space. I just received a new fixture that I ordered yesterday and I think I finally found the right one!

  2. Heidi

    I’m in love with Rejuvenation for lighting. Yes, they’re expensive, but most of their pieces are made in the USA and that’s really hard to find with lighting.

  3. patti schewe

    I love the lighting but I have a question… picture 1 of the kitchen shelves what brand and where did you buy those bowls? Love those!!

  4. Kay

    Yay light fixtures! A Rejuvenation catalog landed in my mailbox just this week. And just this morning, I told my spousal equiv. that he’s going to have to move some light fixture boxes a tad higher for our over-the-kitchen-sink sconces. WHOOPS. They hate when that happens.

  5. Suzanne

    I love all of these options! Melissa, are you happy with the light output from them all? I really want to spend a little more and upgrade our fixtures to some like these, but wonder if the light will be good/bright enough.

    • Melissa @ The Inspired Room

      I tend to have multiple sources of light in every room. In our kitchen we have canned lights in the ceiling as well as the wall sconces, the Barnlight ceiling fixtures and table lamps. I love mood lighting so the variety gives me a variety of options even if one alone wouldn’t be enough.

      Ideally in a bathroom you would have the same set up to give you the most amount of light. Ours only have not super bright wall lights, though, so we may at some point change our exhaust fans into one that has both a ceiling light and the fan. But meanwhile, it’s just a kids bathroom or a powder room so it’s not a big deal…plus in the daytime there is natural light from a skylight in two of the bathrooms.

      In bedrooms we use the ceiling light with the table lamps and wall sconces when we need maximum light. Combined with daylight from the windows it’s plenty bright in the bedrooms and at night there is a nice glow!

      If you don’t have canned lighting in the ceiling, it is important to check the wattage that your fixture can handle to make sure your room will be bright enough for your taste, and then be prepared to add other ambient lighting as well. :-)

  6. Christina Rodriguez

    I love those barn lights. I have two, but they are actually hanging in the barn! lol

  7. Shannon @ Distracted by Prayer

    This is definitely an area where I need to be pushed out of my comfort zone! Thanks for all the great examples. There is so much variety now, it’s a shame to stay boring and safe…

    • Melissa @ The Inspired Room

      It’s true, there really are so many options and affordable varieties too! It’s a good way to add a little personality!


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