The "Joker" - $275
This heavy duty double cage wall sconce was appropriately named because, believe it or not, this light was featured in the 2019 film The Joker! - Not even Joking!
I built this vanity light to look tough and be sturdy, not only to celebrate the hardy unfinished Industrial style, but to specifically make something stronger than the thinner style of wire-cage wall lights.
The "Castle Torch" - $225
Um...Castles, Fire Torches, Steel, Catapults, Archers, Knights, Queens, Horses...need I say more?
Shore-up your wall defense with a couple of these Medieval-Industrial style lights for your home.
The "Stagecoach" - $225
This light fixture was created after a custom light request for dark bronze.
Fact - I don't like the painted, commercial attempts of faux-metal finishes on industrial light fixtures!
So, naturally, I created the giant challenge of needing to figure out a natural process, that no other light makers were using...literally what I live for!
The "Drop Arm" - $189
The unfinished tones of the steel, mixed with the raw pipe and exposed bolts screams industrial style.
Designed to be bold enough to stand out on the wall, while the soft grey tones allow it to blend in effortlessly with almost any décor.
The "Chamberlain" - $225
One of my favorites and also one of the most popular fixtures I produce. That neat pyramid shaped flange above the cage is a treasure I stumbled upon.
I'm so excited to create new light fixtures with that piece, I have so many designs in mind...stay tuned!
The "Merchant" - $125
Another design using that awesome pyramid flange. Used a slender cage for this one to stay industrial but match a more delicate setting.
Named it that because I styled it after the nautical lights used on old merchant ships
The "Gemini" - $179
This double vanity sconce, was designed to go above a bathroom mirror, so I used a polished nickel wire cage to match the metals in the sink.
Don't worry, for the rest of the light I used a bunch of ugly pieces, just so that it wasn't to shiny and pretty...it is an industrial wall light after all.
Pint "Jar of light" - $89
Ahh! My very first single wall light ever created! It's been a buddy of mine since back when I first started MillerLights. In fact, I took the original pictures by replacing my own front entryway light.
I build this light using some very unconventional pieces - exposed electrical conduit - to be exact. Then the mason jar is to add some farmhouse flair to the industrial style.
Quart "Jar of Light" - $99
I guess I loved the pint size version so much, I wanted more for outdoor area in the back of my house. Except, the wall space was too big for the pint size, so I made them slightly larger.
In fact - these quart sized ones are still my porch lights to this day!