2019 6 18 pendant lighting of this mid century variety is reproduced today in a number of stunning options rich with design history and of course, modern style. with a mid century pendant light, you will own a piece of design history and bring stylish character to your home.
our colorful, customizable pendant light fixtures combine brass, nickel, and black finish options with a variety of colorful hues ranging from soft to bold. all pendants are constructed using high gauge solid brass and steel parts. personalize your own pendant lighting perfect for your space.
mid century modern pendant lights for the contemporary home. mid century modern lighting is a trendsetting style that revitalizes a glorious period of design. the best of contemporary technology mixes with influences of the post war decades surrounding the 1950s to create the mid century modern design.
a study of line and light, pendant lighting forms a visual framework that is both versatile and elegant. add character to a study nook, illuminate a narrow hallway, or create impact by hanging them in multiples over a kitchen island. inspired by designs that transcend era, our fixtures
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the timeless hood pendant, classic and versatile in style, built to order exactly to your specifications. artisan glass, solid brass, finished and assembled by hand in our portland, oregon factory .. our dedicated team sources and restores vintage light fixtures from every historical style. find one of a kind pieces with their own story to
2019 5 11 mid century modern at lumens. in the mid twentieth century, the design world changed forever. fueled by advancements in mass production and innovative new materials (think plastics and molded plywood), designers began to radically experiment with shape, color and function to create some of the most iconic designs we now know today