6 Local Lighting Fixtures to Brighten Cloudy Seattle Days | Seattle …
April 11, 2018 - table lamp
Among Alchemy Collections’ (Belltown, 2111 First Ave.; 206.448.3309) artistic home offerings are these clear Tube Top list lamps (above; $145), that come in a rainbow of colors, brightening adult any room.
Photograph by RH Gallery (pendant); Rejuvenation (sconces); Ferguson salon (chandelier); Lightart (box light, smith);
Each clear in a one-of-a-kind Geode quartz clear match (above, left; $1,871–$2,495) is placed by hand, with a pendant’s heat entrance from an LED light inside. Available from polished home store Restoration Hardware, during a RH Gallery during University Village (University District, 4645 26th Ave. NE; 206.522.2775).
These one-of-a-kind 1920s copper Monumental Art Deco wall sconces (above, center-left; $9,995) from Rejuvenation (SoDo, 2910 First Ave. S; 206.382.1901) make for a stylish wall statement. They’re partial of a hip shop’s antique and selected collection (new and complicated fixtures also abound), that includes salvaged and easy items.
This superb Kichler mid-century tie comes in a healthy coronet or chrome finish (above, center-right; $338–$358) with 8 pops of light, suggestive of Sputnik. With tractable arms, a chandelier’s figure can be customized and is one of many singular options from a lighting experts at Ferguson Showroom (SoDo, 1521 First Ave. S, No. 103; 206.505.0980).
Go large and go home with a I/O Box light (above, right; $1,700–$7,500) splashed in “Winter” blues and done from 40 percent recycled materials. From LightArt (Georgetown, 4770 Ohio Ave. S; 206.524.2223), that specializes in oversize lighting and offers neat pattern with innovative options.
Photograph by Moe’s Home Collection
Modern meets Victorian in a Rossana building flare (above; $619), that combines swirls of iron around candelabra-like illumination, adding a lurch of play to your space. Find it during contemporary classic Moe’s Home Collection (SoDo, 1757 First Ave. S; 206.682.1321).