By far the most frequently visited post on this blog is from this past April on Exposed Bulb Fixtures. I really love the look and can’t seem to get enough of them. It looks like the trend is clustered fixtures, providing impact through numbers. Here are a few I think are really charming and would be so fun to have in my home.
Firefly pendant lamp from CB2 – $199
Cluster pendant from West Elm – $199
Train station swing-arm sconce from Restoration Hardware – $129 for small, $149 for large
Exeter 16-jar pendant from Pottery Barn – $319
Brass and Nickel cage light from Tracey Kessler – $185
Earlier this week, a friend of mine pointed out some beautiful, exposed-bulb light fixtures at the restaurant at which we were dining. This style has the raw feeling of antique lighting and the minimalist appeal of modern design. Flipping through a few of my favorite home catalogs, I noticed even more lighting that showcased exposed bulbs. I really like the look, especially when several are grouped together. Here are a few I found that could add charm to any home.
Jug Light from tbD – $170
Mega Bulb Pendant Lamp by Sofie Refer – $280
Utility Pendant Lamp from CB2 – $39.95
Globe Pendant from West Elm – $99
Jar Light from tbD – $185