Mid Century Lighting Finds

I have been having so much fun exploring mid century design lately.  It used to be a style that I appreciated but never really loved, but lately I can’t get enough.  Just look at these awesome lighting choices out there:

 

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This large ZIYI LARGE CHANDELIER is $840 from Circa Lighting. I love the hand rubbed brass and the bends of the arms.  I can just see it as the focal point of a beautiful mid century dining room.  But if you need something similar but more budget conscious, here is a great alternative from Lighting Universe:

 

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It’s the Harlow 8 light by Hinckley Lighting and is just $539. I also adore this Jonathan Adler Bamboo Rod Chandelier for $849:

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Isn’t this one unbelieveable?  Gah!  Gorgeous!

Circa also has this beautiful star flush mount for the ceiling or wall for $315:

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And we’ve probably all seen this brass lotus chandelier that was offered on 1st Dibs last year. Love. It.

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Here’s one from Ebay for $839:

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http://www.ebay.com/itm/SWIVEL-SHADE-6-Light-Chandelier-Antique-Brass-Finish-MID-CENTURY-MODERN-NEW-/170892362985#vi-content

Or this Sputnik inspired reproduction on Etsy for $579:

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http://www.etsy.com/listing/122672146/mid-century-spunik-inspired-chandelier?utm_source=googleproduct&utm_medium=syndication&utm_campaign=GPS&gclid=COzqoaqCsLUCFeZ_QgodXAUANw

Do you have any great inspiration lighting pics for midcentury style?  Please share!

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2 Responses to Mid Century Lighting Finds

  1. Elizabeth @ The Little Black Door February 12, 2013 at 6:31 am #

    You are making me like mid-century more and more. :)

  2. Lane McNab February 13, 2013 at 8:44 am #

    Oh good! I am doing a mid century house for a client now and it is a learning curve but I’m loving it. :)

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