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PW Vintage Lighting

by ACH admin
An outstanding collection of faithfully restored Arts & Crafts chandeliers and wall lights including both gas era and early electric examples.
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Lighting & Hardware Prismatic pendants over an island afford ample task lighting. They also give a utilitarian, period look in a new kitchen with details reminiscent of the Arts & Crafts era. (courtesy Brass Light)

Planning for Lighting

by Mary Ellen Polson
Whether your house dates to 1905 or was built last year, a thoughtful approach to lighting will reward you with comfortable, functional rooms.
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Lighting & Hardware Lustre glass lamp by Lundberg Studios, part of a collection that includes antique and new objects and lighting.

Art Lamps Then & Now

by Mary Ellen Polson
More than a century ago. Louis Comfort Tiffany gave the world the art lamp, which radiates more than light, adding beauty in greater proportion than its modest size would suggest.
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Lamps & Lighting, Inside and Out

by Patricia Poore
Browse a selective list of artists and manufacturers for Arts & Crafts-inspired lamps and lighting, for both interior and exterior use.
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Lighting the Way

by Patricia Poore
You can spend large sums renovating an old house, and still something might be missing. The lighting! Mark and Vanessa Bell, who own Omega Too, Berkeley’s favorite lighting restoration shop, say that lighting can make or break a meticulous restoration—that it’s as important as trim. Agreed, but should one choose something salvaged, or reproductions?
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Art Lamps and Lighting

by Mary Ellen Polson
More than a century ago, Louis Comfort Tiffany gave the world the art lamp, which radiates more than light and adds beauty in proportion beyond its modest size.
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