Shop Lighting by Styles

Know your style but not sure exactly what type of light you want? Shop our "Lighting by Style" category and find the exact fixture you want to match the existing style in your home. Whether you are looking for a Modern or Traditional, Mission / Craftsman or Rustic, Lighting Showplace makes finding your new fixture a breeze!

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Traditional Lighting

Traditional Lighting

Gracious and inviting, traditional lighting evokes images of understated elegance and the grand style of the 18th and 19th Century. Warm, inviting and time-honored feel that is always a classic. Peach and green tones are balanced with tan. Bronze accents and warm wood tones, such as cherry, walnut and mahogany.

Transitional Lighting

Transitional Lighting

Transitional lighting is a combination of traditional and contemporary equating to an eclectic, classic, timeless design. Simple yet sophisticated, featuring curves combined with straight lines. A lack of ornamentation and decoration keeps the focus on the simplicity of the design.

Modern Lighting

Modern Lighting

Modern light features a clean, streamlined furniture and architecture style from the 1930s. The Modern style of lights has an Urban feel and roots in Art Deco and Scandinavian modern design. It is characterized by polished surfaces, strong geometric shapes and asymmetry. Concrete, granite and linoleum are used for flooring; chrome and stainless steel are common accents on furniture and in the kitchen.

Renaissance Lighting

Renaissance Ligthing

Renaissance design is an eclectic mix of styles with excessive ornamentation and heavily upholstered furniture. There is a Romantic and French Country theme. Fabrics are often velvets, silks, damasks and needle-points. A pastel color palette consists of pale blue, dusty pink and creamy white.

Mission Lighting

Mission Lighting

The arts-and-crafts movement was a reaction to the Industrial Revolution's reliance on mass production and the Victorian era's focus on heavy ornamentation. Popular during the early 1900s, this style glorified craftsmanship in simple shapes with exposed joinery, spare ornamentation and strong lines. Neutral colored walls as the background to richly-stained woodwork. Burnished brown represents the rich woods used for the furniture and trim.

Rustic Lighting

Rustic Ligthing

Rustic & Lodge design reflects the visual patterns found in nature, thus creating a look that fosters a harmony between the interior and natural exterior of a home. Faux leather shades with exposed stitching, antlers and bark accents create a warm, natural look.

Tiffany Lighting

Tiffany Lighting

Tiffany glass is the name used to describe the many and varied types of glass developed and produced by Louis Comfort Tiffany. He was an American painter who began experimenting with glass. In 1875, he founded Louis Comfort Tiffany and Associated Artists, which soon employed over one hundred skilled craftsmen.

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