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striniNow I have your attention!!! This unusual light fixture from Rick Strini is definitely a conversation piece. I’m linking to the product page for the Jelly Fish Chandelier and not the home page. (I had problems with the home page???)

Some of his work has a Dale Chihuly feel.

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stuarthaygarthI think that is a good description of the light fixtures from Stuart Haygarth. I found the featured item in an ad for a trade periodical. It looks like a jumble of shapes, colors and textures…it is called Tide.  Be sure to read the description…very interesting.
I am also linking to the light fixture made of party poppers. This fixture would definitely be a conversation piece where ever it is placed.

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meydaI found this lamp from Meyda in a lighting resource periodical. Aside from the drama of the piece…I love the underlying color. This is the type of lighting you will find in restaurants or hotel lobbies and think it looks stunning…not so sure about a residential placement. (On second thought…great for earring display) The product page will link you to a myriad of styles.

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eurofaseI promised to move away from bracelets. It was hard…but I succeeded. Wouldn’t this make a great pin? I can see the center with hot fix swarovski crystals.

The feature item is from Eurofase. There are some interesting shapes in pendants & chandeliers.

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seascape

One of the hotest trends in interior design today is Mid Century Modern. Translated that means designs from the 50’s. Seascape Lamps takes the shapes and designs from this era but tweaks the color and scale to give them an fresh feel…or zip. There is an added bonus to Seascape…they are manufactured in California.
The featured lamp is from the Thomas Paul Collection. He has also created a collection for Duralee Fabrics. You will notice some design crossover.

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pocahontasSydney Cash is a sculptor, painter & jeweler who uses “light reflection, shadow and architecture to create artworks that seem to rest somewhere between object and image.” His work can be found in MoMA in NYC, and Le Musee des Arts Decoratifs in Paris. His jewelry items appear to glow from within.

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birch-willowI recently received a post card from Birch & Willow. “Birch & Willow designs and creates sophisticated eco-friendly lamps and luminaries. The lamps are made by hand from saplings, vines, twigs, stakes, and other naturally harvested materials. (In the United States)”
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The artistic world is moving toward green & organic materials and design. You will find a great deal to inspire you at Birch & Willow. The site is well worth the time.

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