Ceiling Lights to the Trade

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Lettie Flush Mount 14" - Aged Brass

Hudson Valley Lighting

$632.00

    Lettie Flush Mount 9" - Aged Brass

    Hudson Valley Lighting

    $416.00

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      Nottaway Bronze Large Chandelier

      Currey & Company

      $1,795.20

        Vance 13 Flush Mount

        Visual Comfort

        $420.00

          Nodes Small Flush Mount

          Visual Comfort

          $181.78

            Talia Large Flush Mount

            Visual Comfort

            $899.00

              Decker Flushmount-Style Number PG143

              Robert Abbey Lighting

              $397.50

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                Fontaine Vertical Chandelier

                Visual Comfort

                from$1,739.00

                  Ceiling Lights to the Trade

                  When shopping for the perfect ceiling lights with your client, it's most important to consider scale and purpose. Does the ideal fixture need to be decorative, functional, or both? The materials and finishes available are endless. Pendants work well in entry halls, passageways, and hanging over kitchen islands. Consider Hudson Valley Lighting's polished nickel Langdon pendant over a workspace for a nod to America's industrial era. Its prismatic diffuser is both lattice and lateral cut for authenticity. Hudson Valley's Gatsby pendant in alabaster and aged brass recalls the more decadent Art Deco days. Suppose you're interested in stepping outside the standard finishes like oil-rubbed bronze or satin nickel. In that case, Corbett Lighting carries several very sculptural fixtures, like the Moxy Pendant, in Gesso white. Be sure to identify whether your client needs an adjustable rod for their particular application.

                  While a series of pendants over a dining table feels very contemporary, a large chandelier takes the experience to the next level. Currey's two-tiered wrought-iron Danielli chandelier in their French Black finish is light and airy, working well in casual and formal settings. With its old bronze square arms and conical shades, the midcentury Patten that swivel is equally versatile. For something abstract, check out the Søren Rose-designed Harrison Chandelier from Menu. Its glossy bulbs and thin black arms will stand out anywhere. The Cheyanne Antler chandelier by Regina Andrew gives a luxe vibe to an old classic.

                  Flush mount lighting is practical in a room with low ceilings; many fixtures project less than 4", leaving plenty of headroom. Like the Summit 1 by Troy Lighting in Vintage Gold Leaf, many can also be used as wall sconces. Beyond the typical finishes, iron and steel, cast aluminum, limed-oak, and opal are among the materials used to create exciting flush mount-fixtures.