5 Trendy Lighting Fixtures


 

Heading into fall and winter means more time spent indoors and less of the warm sunshine Dallas is known for.

 

Make the indoors more fun and stylish with these five trendy lighting fixtures.

 

5 Trendy Lighting Fixtures

David Drebin “I Am You and You Are Me” | $25,000

New York-based artist David Drevin creates a neon art installation in “I Am You and You Are Me.” The piece, currently being displayed in the Oliver Cole Gallery in Miami, is part of a limited-edition set.

 

5 Trendy Lighting Fixtures

Brass Captain Flint Floor Lamp | $1,495

 

This elegant floor lamp features two lighting options in its conical brass shade, which rotates from an uplight to a reading light in one swivel. A Carrara marble base steadily holds the sleek and slim structure.

 

5 Trendy Lighting Fixtures

Restoration Hardware Robeson Sconce | $699

 

Restoration Hardware’s Robeson sconce infuses two trends in one piece. The burnished brass case frames the bulb made of solid K9 glass, which displays the wiry threads of the lighting apparatus.

5 Trendy Lighting Fixtures

Lumio Wood Book Lamp | $200

 

Booklovers of all ages will delight in this design created by architect and designer Max Gunawan. The outer hardcover features a walnut or maple wood finish when closed. Upon opening, a soft glow emits from the pages of the book.

 

5 Trendy Lighting Fixtures

Shades of Light Industrial Vintage Warehouse Pendant | $149

 

Caged lighting brings rugged industrialism to juxtapose immaculate interior design. Place this pendant above kitchen counters or in a dining room for an eclectic touch.

 

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10 Pools for the End of Summer


 

The calendar may be prompting you to start bundling up and sip on pumpkin spice lattes, but the weather may say otherwise.

 

Extend the end of summer into autumn with these 10 pools to cool you off during those unseasonably warm afternoons.

 

10 Pools for the End of Summer

4545 San Gabriel Drive | North Dallas | $2,695,000

 

10 Pools for the End of Summer

3504 Marquette Street | University Park | $1,899,000

 

10 Pools for the End of Summer

7003 Delrose Drive | Lakewood | $1,695,000

 

10 Pools for the End of Summer

7702 Bryn Mawr Drive | Caruth Hills | $1,499,000

 

10 Pools for the End of Summer

5722 Meadowcrest Drive | North Dallas | $1,295,000

 

10 Pools for the End of Summer

10823 Pagewood Place | North Dallas | $1,170,000

 

10 Pools for the End of Summer

434 Francie Way | Allen | $795,000

 

10 Pools for the End of Summer

9702 Trail Hill Drive | Lake Highlands | $715,000

 

10 Pools for the End of Summer

7332 Rustic Valley Drive | Prestonwood | $549,000

 

10 Pools for the End of Summer

5029 Calloway Drive | Addison | $499,500

 

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Transition Your Home Decor for Fall


 

Transition Your Home Decor for Fall

 

With autumn just around the corner, it’s time to prepare your home for the new season.

 

Rich, warm hues and the coziest textiles are just some of the items you’ll be yearning for this fall.

 

Read our list below to ensure your home is autumn-ready.

 

Change your Palette

 

Step into the fall mindset by first changing your home’s color palette, whether it’s in small accessories or textiles. Even if the summer sun continues to go strong through mid-November, it can still feel like fall in your home if you’re surrounded by rich hues of burgundy and mustard.

 

For further depth, add in a festive plaid or exotic animal print in a pillowcase or blanket.

 

Layer Textiles

 

While faux fur throws may have to wait for now, there is still an opportunity to layer in the early North Texas autumn.

 

Exchange more summery pillows for darker velvet accents.

 

Add linen blankets in dark grays or forest greens while it’s still warm. When the weather gets more chilly, create more texture in your home by layering cashmere and faux fur throws.

 

Create a Spark

 

Fall is the ultimate time to light a candle. Not only do they create the perfect cozy ambience, candles can evoke the season quickly through scent.

 

Light candles with muskier scents, such as a classic pumpkin spice or woody scent, to get you in the mood for cooler weather.

 

Play with Food

 

For the easiest transition into fall decor, display seasonal fruits.

 

Not only do fresh fruits bring life and vibrancy into the home, they add Mother Nature’s favorite seasonal colors.

 

Showcase crisp apples and pears in an earthenware bowl or wicker basket, then, when you’re ready, incorporate them into a delicious apple pie.

 

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