Choosing A New Ceiling Light Fixture

I need to replace my light fixtures through out my house, specially the living room. I still have the ones that came with the house when we bought it and they are… how do I put it?… mmm… repulsive comes to mind.

I want a brass fixture, like everybody else in the world. A couple of years ago, I wanted to buy this

Park Studio LA

And I still love it, but, if you follow any design blog in the world, you have seen this fixture (or something similar) in a thousand of spaces. I understand is cute, but I don’t want to jump into this trend wagon too late in the game, like when I bought this Fiddle Fig tree.

Here are other light fixtures I am considering: Chandelier – Lucent Light Shop Chandelier – Lucent Light Urchin Chandelier – Dutton The Napoleon Chandelier – Sazerac fixture 155 Orb Chandelier- Lucent Light Shop

This one is a vintage lamp that I think it would look good in my bathroom or hallway. The only problem is that I need to bring it here all the way from France: Vintage light fixture –French Sputnik – Lucent Light Chandelier – Sazerac Stiches Aurora Pendant – Cedar and Modern Chandelier –Illuminate Vintage

For my living room, I would love to have the vertex chandelier or the urchin. The urchin is so nice, but more expensive. For my bathroom, I would like the vintage lamp  because it has so much personality, it is different and vintage… nothing to lose here. For my hallway, I would love to have the ceiling sputnik lamp. Wishful thinking!

What is your opinion? Do you have any favorites from above or other shops?

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5 replies
  1. Molly {Dreams in HD} says:

    Wow, you have so many gorgeous pieces here! I think my favorite is probably the Vertex and the Modern Chandelier by Illuminate Vintage. Our house has all of the original light fixtures from 1905 and while I love them I definitely want to swap a few out to make it more our own. I’ve saved about 4 of these to my favorites 🙂

    Molly {Dreams in HD}

  2. Carina says:

    Love the French Idyll (the shape and texture!) and sazerac Stiches (the colour and simplicity)! But I guess in the end, a fixture is best chosen for how it complements the space which it will illuminate. Hope you will let us know which one you pick and share some pics! 🙂

    • Mila says:

      You know what, the french Idyll is my favorite too. It is more unique because it is vintage, but, you are right, I should have shown a picture of my space before asking this question! On Instagram, people liked the Urchin light.


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