8 Industrial Light Fixtures

  • industrial light fixtures

    Image Credit: Ken Loechner
    Though admittedly the only machinery we operate is an electric toothbrush, we cannot resist the humble appeal of industrial fixtures. Workaday materials like burnished iron and raw wood add a layer of complexity to any space—be it modern, traditional, or somewhere in between—and a lighting swap offers maximum impact for minimal effort. Forge a utilitarian vibe with eight luminous examples of heavy duty style on a factory wage.

  • 3 lamps-plus

    An Edison bulb in a mottled glass hurricane makes a smart statement worthy of the famed inventor himself. To Buy: Edison Bulb Accent Lamp ($50)

  • 4 cb2

    Hang a single rope pendant above a bathroom sink, or tie three together for a dining room chandelier that will have guests in knots. To Buy: Rope Pendant Lamp ($80)

  • 5 ikea

    Oversized scale meets matte black finish in a floor lamp that’s as eye-catching as it is versatile. To Buy: Spotlight Floor Lamp ($70)

  • 8 world market

    Constructed from sturdy iron, this no-nonsense number clamps to any flat surface with the turn of a screw. To Buy: Metal Clamp Task Lamp($54.99)

  • 1 target

    With its adjustable head, this spotlight-inspired lamp is the perfect desktop partner when you’re burning the midnight oil. To Buy: Task Lamp in Brushed Silver ($30)

  • 7 1000-bulbs

    High-gloss white delivers a clean sensibility suited to kitchens with even the most demanding sandwich assembly lines. To Buy: Warehouse Pendant ($40)

  • 2 sturbridge yankee

    When is industrial elegant? When a caged bulb suspended from brass scrollwork strikes a note both functional and refined. To Buy: Caged Bulb Floor Lamp ($214)

  • 6 home-decorators-collection

    Illuminate evening reading—and free up nightstand space—with an accordion sconce on either side of the bed. To Buy: Accordian Wall Lamp($99)

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