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 unique capiz 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 ($149) 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 from West Elm but is unfortunately no longer available.
The only substitute I can find is this beautiful capiz honeycomb chandelier. And I don’t actually consider this “affordable,” really. So 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 Ikea ALANG flush drum mounts ($44). They blend with any style and look more expensive than they are.
This natural, basket pendant 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, modern pendant option I was sold! And it is made for outdoors, which is important.
I’m a little bit crazy about this inexpensive ceiling medallion ($14). 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 silver 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 ($119). I love that it just fades into the background.