I love consistency throughout the house and I’ve tried to do that with paint colors, as well as lighting. These are all the fixtures I currently have in my house. I took a lot of time to find the most affordable and timeless lights. Let’s take a little tour!
I have a love affair with capiz lighting. I love shells. I love shimmering things as much as a raccoon. And I like how they coordinate with one another.
I love this chandelier so much I bought two! I put one in the master bedroom and one above the bathtub in the master bathroom. It’s a combination of fancy and boho, just the way I like it. If it’s not on sale, wait for one. I bought it for $150.
(Please excuse my half paint job here. I’m slowly doing a mini makeover here!)
This capiz flush mount fixture is the jewel of Clara’s room. I was looking for something special that didn’t hang down, as she doesn’t have high ceilings, and this was a clear winner.
The fixture I have in my house is not the same as the purchase photo, above. And I don’t actually consider this “affordable,” really. I am a bit sad because West Elm no longer carries the one I have. It’s so beautiful and was somewhat less expensive the substitute I have here. Nonetheless, I love the look so much I imagine I would save until I could buy this one!
It hangs down in front of the window at our front entrance and gives a soft glow in the evening. It’s unique and makes a statement.
P.S. I have big plans for this space! Bookshelves to the ceiling and fireplace!
This oversized drum pendant (34 inches!) makes a big statement for $200. I bought this for our last house and still love it so much I bought it for this house too. It’s big, but not obtrusive. It gives a soft glow for cozy evenings
I replaced all the “you know what lady part” lights (I don’t want anything weird showing up in my ads!) with these flush drum mounts. They blend with any style and look more expensive than they are.
This natural, basket fixture makes a big statement for only $70. I would buy this again in a heartbeat.
I wanted something a little different outside. I don’t know why but I don’t love lanterns, so that knocked out half the options. When I saw this black, more modern option at $100 I was sold! And it is made for outdoors, which is important.
I’m a little bit crazy about this inexpensive ceiling medallion. It’s just a thin, plastic piece that you put on before installing. I have four of them! I like to buy the same one so that they match and are consistent.
I painted the one in the guest room blue, but left the others as is.
I think most decorators don’t love fans, but it’s so hot in southwest Florida that we have to have them! I chose this industrial fan for it’s simplicity and price (can’t beat it — $68). We have one in the kitchen as well.
My boys use a fan every night to sleep. I replaced their brown and brass, sagging fan with this simple, white LED fan. I love that it just fades into the background.