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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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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