Located in the historic Angelino Heights neighborhood of Los Angeles, this beautifully restored 1905 Craftsman home combines vintage style with modern details. Original architectural features abound, from Tudor-style casement windows to authentic Craftsman woodwork, giving each space a sense of warmth and character. Our classic lighting and hardware provides the ideal finishing touch for an updated, cohesive feel throughout.
In the eclectic living room, simple lighting feels like an authentic yet updated addition to tie into the home's architectural features. Our Tiered Drum pendant adds effortless illumination and complements the molding on the ceiling.
Our Hollywood Semi-Flush light comes in a range of shade options, shown here with our Deco Wedding Cake shade. The tiered design echos our Tiered Drum Pendant in the living room, and brings vintage-inspired flair to this unique sitting room.
Original windows let in plenty of light in the stairway landing, which features a window bench with our small Rose City flush mount light for ambiance at night. When restoring a vintage home, the details matter. Our Massey bin pulls in aged brass add classic style to built-in shelving shown above, along with our Lewis switchplates in oil-rubbed bronze throughout the house.
The owners completely revitalized the kitchen, ensuring an open concept within the space while maintaining the traditional layout of the home. A study in mixed finishes, this space features a combination of dark oil-rubbed bronze with classic brass details. Our timeless Berkshire Linear pendant provides bright ambient light above the island, thanks to quality linen shades.
On the cabinetry, our Massey bin pulls and Ball cabinet knobs in unlacquered brass pair beautifully with our Imbrie Articulating sconce. Designed to patina and age over time, unlacquered brass provides an ideal option for historical homes.
Whether you're adding character to new construction or looking for period-authentic lighting for a vintage home, we have a wide range of options. Find lighting, hardware, and more in coordinating finishes.
Note: As of February 2020, this house is for sale! Check out the listing here.