4 Fresh Takes on Farmhouse-Style Lighting
If interior design blogs, idea boards, and home renovation shows are any indication, the modern farmhouse trend is here to stay. We decided to explore it further with a handful of new lighting designs and collections that offer a fresh take on this much-loved style—done four different ways.
There is just something about clean lines and rustic style that alludes to classic Americana roots, evoking simplicity, comfort and warmth. The new 20-light, 60-inch-round Pearson chandelier joins a popular collection of fixtures, to complement large islands, wide dining tables and casual, farmhouse-inspired nooks.
Another new installation, the Bristol collection, also aligns perfectly with this style. This collection includes distinctive fixtures, offering myriad interpretations of the trend. Hallmark chandeliers evoke old-fashioned baskets, while pendants in two styles offer a choice between shapely, feminine lines and a more vintage, industrial look. A wall sconce and ceiling light round out this collection of fixtures brimming with character.
The Bristol pendant was a top seller at Lightovation—the Dallas International Lighting Show—proof that gorgeous glass is clearly on trend.
The Turner and Tybee collections reflect this spin-off farmhouse trend in their own unique ways.
The Turner fixtures feature airy, cage-inspired forms and clear, ringed glass for an updated take on the coastal trend mixed in with modern farmhouse elements.
On the other hand, our Tybee fixtures offer a cohesive fusion of natural wood and rope elements, artistic forms and unique patterns that speak to the love of texture, structure and character.
The Lancaster collection evokes vintage vibes mixed in with elegant farmhouse character. This collection incorporates Tuscan and Spanish design inspiration alongside industrial detailing.
The Zac collection juxtaposes classic industrial frames with modern farmhouse design elements in a two-tone urban grey finish that adds to its unique, urban-loft charm. Hammered tubing, tapered edges and industrial-style brackets punctuate the clean, structural forms of these fixtures.
Liz Townsend is the Marketing Director of Capital Lighting, a lighting design company specializing in traditional, transitional, and modern styles to fit any home decor. You can reach Liz at 800.323.3257.
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