A look at lighting and hardware options for Arts & Crafts homes, including new and antique lighting fixtures, table lamps, exterior/porch lighting, lighting hardware, cabinet hardware, house numbers, metalwork and more.
Here’s our curated selection of information about lighting — everything from early American tin and turned-wood chandeliers to mica lamps; Art Deco slipper shades to Sputnik pendants. Find information on metal finishing and rewiring, too!
Bungalows, Tudors, and Foursquares date to the electric era, after all, so lighting is integral to the Arts & Crafts interior. Craftsman lighting adds immeasurably to the mood.
Choosing lighting may be the most fun you can have when you are decorating a house. Arts & Crafts-era lighting was designed from the beginning for electricity. That led to an explosion of forms, both traditional (based on candlestick or gaslight) and brand new.
A look at light fixtures, art lamps and glass, hardware and metalwork of the Arts & Crafts Revival.
Could there be anything else that so perfectly combines Beauty and Utility as art lighting? Designed from the beginning for electricity, in a period that championed craftsmanship, Arts & Crafts lamps and fixtures represent an unprecedented marriage of technology and artisanry.