6 Local Lighting Fixtures to Brighten Cloudy Seattle Days

No longer relegated to the category of home accessories, lighting fixtures have become the stars of the show
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Among Alchemy Collections’ (Belltown, 2111 First Ave.; 206.448.3309) creative home offerings are these vivid Tube Top table lamps (above; $145), which come in a rainbow of colors, brightening up any room.

Photograph by RH Gallery (pendant); Rejuvenation (sconces); Ferguson showroom (chandelier);  Lightart (box light, smith); 

Each crystal in the one-of-a-kind Geode quartz crystal pendant (above, left; $1,871–$2,495) is placed by hand, with the pendant’s glow coming from an LED light inside. Available from refined home store Restoration Hardware, at the RH Gallery at University Village (University District, 4645 26th Ave. NE; 206.522.2775).

These one-of-a-kind 1920s copper Monumental Art Deco wall sconces (above, center-left; $9,995) from Rejuvenation (SoDo, 2910 First Ave. S; 206.382.1901) make for a chic wall statement. They’re part of the hip shop’s antique and vintage collection (new and modern fixtures also abound), which includes salvaged and restored items.  

This elegant Kichler mid-century fixture comes in a natural brass or chrome finish (above, center-right; $338–$358) with eight pops of light, reminiscent of Sputnik. With adjustable arms, the chandelier’s shape can be customized and is one of many unique options from the lighting experts at Ferguson Showroom (SoDo, 1521 First Ave. S, No. 103; 206.505.0980).

Go big and go home with the I/O Box light (above, right; $1,700–$7,500) splashed in “Winter” blues and made from 40 percent recycled materials. From LightArt (Georgetown, 4770 Ohio Ave. S; 206.524.2223), which specializes in oversize lighting and offers sleek design with innovative options.

Photograph by Moe’s Home Collection

Modern meets Victorian in the Rossana floor lamp (above; $619), which combines swirls of iron around candelabra-like illumination, adding a dash of drama to your space. Find it at contemporary classic Moe’s Home Collection (SoDo, 1757 First Ave. S; 206.682.1321).

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