Most rooms require more than one type of lighting – a pendant and a sconce, for example. While many of our lighting families include matching fixtures, you may want to branch out into other combinations. To help you decide, lighting expert and Product Manager Wendy Neely shares some of her favorite pairs.
Hood & Kent
The bond between industrial and basic fixtures is a natural one, as both are intended to be functional and fuss-free. The Hood‘s oversized presence is complemented by the Kent‘s petite simplicity. Finishing both in Polished Nickel completes the connection.
The Hood in Polished Nickel
with a 18″ Opal Globe Shade
The Kent Wall Sconce in Polished Nickel
with Opal Clamshell Shade
Mason & Turner
The useful features of the Turner wall bracket (flexible arm and socket joints) are expertly highlighted by its Old Brass finish. The beauty of its clear glass dome shade takes over where the practical utility of the Mason pendant leaves off.
The Mason Pendant
in Old Brass with
Opal Schoolhouse Shade
The Turner in Old Brass with Clear Dome Shade
Baldwin & Bend
The Baldwin is a true workhorse of a fixture: a reliable centerpiece for a variety of spaces. The double-jointed Bend, when paired with scalloped shade, is not only pretty but practical.
The Baldwin in Oil-Rubbed Bronze
with Opal Schoolhouse Shade
The Bend in Oil-Rubbed Bronze with Scalloped Shade
Fernhill & Jewell
In true Colonial Revival style, the Fernhill‘s decorative details are a small but important way to set the stage for a shade with big presence. The Jewell sconce echoes, rather than mimics, the look.
The Fernhill in Burnished Antique
with Doric Acorn Shade
The Jewell in Old Brass with Etched Bell Shade
Jantzen & Vida
This Mid-Century Modern combination is a match made in the heavens. The Jantzen Pendant has pinpricks and a glass lens that evoke starlight when lit. The Vida has a similar sleek, aerodynamic profile, with an Opal panel shade for intrigue.
The Jantzen Pendant in Brushed Nickel
Vida in Polished Chrome
Miles & Marion
The low, curvy profile of the Miles complements the rounded shapes that define the Marion – all the way down to the handpainted stripes on its shade). Copper finishes and Opal shades provide added distinction and warmth to these basic beauties.
Miles Copper Flush-Mount Schoolhouse Fixture
The Marion in Antique Copper
with Copper Bell Shade