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The “Boring” Ceiling Light

So your ceilings lack luster. They are 8 ft (maybe?) and have no architectural interest. When the magazines push glam chandeliers and cool pendant lighting, you must be thinking “Come on people! I need a quick fix for a regular ceiling fixture my husband’s head won’t hit!” Yes, you called for it, the “Ceiling Light”! Boring, right? Well, maybe not so much these days according to Shades of Light

Who doesn’t love Jonathan Adler? One of his more reasonable treats at $188 is the geometric overlay on top of frosted white glass. Comes in both bronze and polished nickel. Wouldn’t it look sharp over that mod Dwell baby bedding?

Paint it and make it your own! What kid wouldn’t like to gaze at the stars – lights on or off. This simple ceramic piece is low to the ceiling and adds a touch of whimsy without being wacky.

The Monravian Star but fixed to the ceiling. It’s just glorious, don’t you think?

And my new favorite because I just saw it for the first time: True Colors Ceiling Light. Use this in the playroom or kids bathroom. That extra band of today’s popular colors adds a splash of excitement.

 amanda 

Friday 7th of September 2012

Where can you get the white stars one? It's not coming up on either site!?

Playroom Planning | Project Nursery

Monday 29th of December 2008

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savvymode sg

Saturday 13th of September 2008

love the light from jonathan adler....

Lesley Smith

Thursday 11th of September 2008

I was just looking at Shades of Light tonight and thought what fun lighting. I use them a lot for customers.