The "Beacon" - $149
This elegant yet robust industrial ceiling light was designed to celebrate the simple and sturdy aesthetics of old factories and industrial spaces. I feel like the soft grey tones of the steel give it a more authentic warehouse look.
Interestingly, this cage style lighting was previously known as a “bird-cage lantern” and is actually modeled after the original designs of 19th century American lighthouses, of which only 4 are still in existence today.
The "Starlight" Mason - $55
So this adorable little guy came to life when my better half wanted a mason jar light for the kitchen.
After searching however, she realized that there were no good options out there for a mason jar to screw in flush to the ceiling...so I made one!
Oh, and that spectacular glow on the ceiling was totally accidental! As it turns out, it is not easy to fit a bulb in a mason jar, the one that did, created this unique star like pattern on the ceiling. Lucky for you, it comes with the light fixture.
The "Chain Mason" - $89
I cannot even begin to count how many hours I've spent on this pendant weaving an electrical cord in and out, and in and out, of those chain loops!! It always makes me feel like some kind of hybrid, weaver-lamp maker.
Seriously though, I've never really liked seeing the cord on industrial ceiling lights - Ipso facto - Chain Weaving!