Elegantly simple, the Andrew Neyer Crane Light is a clever lighting solution that takes up as much or as little space as you want. The bulb is held out by a 180-degree pivoting arm, held in place by tension from the cord, and can be moved up or down by feeding the cable through the arm. Place it against the wall to reclaim space, then swing it out when you need extra lighting. Available in white, black, or gray, with arms ranging from two to six feet in length.
A light bulb that's both functional and beautiful. With its jeweler-facetted gold center, the Plumen 003 LED Light Bulb is a fixture on its own. A downward facing light illuminates as much as a standard 60 watt to brighten the surface below, while the central gold structure releases outward a soft candle-like glow. Powered with the efficiency of an LED, this bulb will keep your space lit for up to 10,000 hours.
Inspired by New York City appeal in the late 1930's, this Menu Tribeca Reade Table Lamp is part of a series of lamps, pendants, and chandeliers. Søren Rose Studio scoured the U.S. for vintage lamps and parts and used their findings to come up with these timeless designs. Available in brass, brushed steel, black, or white, it's certain to add an extra layer of minimalist class wherever it's plugged in.
Don't let the term chandelier fool you. Although it may technically fit into the category, the Workstead Industrial Chandelier replaces the frills of a traditional chandelier with a clean, mechanical design. A combination of repurposed industrial joints, vintage brass Hubbell sockets, and exposed bulbs shape its industrial aesthetic, while the three cast iron arms can be rearranged into your ideal shape. The fixture can be hung anywhere from three to five feet, giving it the versatility to adapt to any interior.