Friday, January 6th, 2012

by Littman Bros Lighting

Mission Style Lighting can be interpreted in various ways but either way you look at this specific style, one thing is true, it meshes well with both traditional and contemporary environments.

The bold, clean lines against the very natural colors add a beautiful touch to any space; Mission Lighting features even, angular lines in warm finishes like bronze or brown and the typical glass seen with these fixtures is amber-tinted or art glass. This style can combine with an array of different surroundings and adds a very timeless and tasteful look to your home.

This Hubbardton Forge Flush Mount is a nice example of Mission Style Lighting. Take a look at even more Mission Lighting right HERE at Littmanbros.com!

Wednesday, January 4th, 2012

by Littman Bros Lighting

Art Deco Style Lighting is a wonderful design to add to your space. Here are a few pointers when looking for the perfect Art Deco Lighting:

Art Deco Style was developed in the 1920s and had a strong renewal in the 1960s incorporating Andy Warhol’s “Pop Art” style. Art Deco Lighting features very bold colors, sharp geometric shapes and jumbled forms; typically shiny materials are used with zig-zag or curvilinear lines and unique patterns. This style of lighting has bold and abstract designs, yet often has a simple outline that creates a modern and timeless appearance, which creates a very versatile style for your space.

These two pendants are a good interpretation of Art Deco Style Lighting; the red is the Kylin Chrome Pendant from Eurofase Lighting and the other is the Seattle Polished Chrome Pendant by Artcraft Lighting.