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5 Favorites: Japanese-Inspired Mesh Pendant Lights

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5 Favorites: Japanese-Inspired Mesh Pendant Lights

Julie Carlson March 07, 2013

A while back we admired this vintage fishing basket repurposed as a pendant light, spotted in the home of Hitoshi Uchida.

It's among the many details we admire in Uchida's home in Kamakura, Japan, which was featured on The Selby. For those not traveling to global antique markets (Uchida is the proprietor of cult favorite J'Antiques Tokyo), we went trawling for sources for creating something similar.

Above: For something similar, consider the South Bend Floating Wire Basket; $14.99 via Amazon, and add a Burnside Classic Cloth-Covered Cord Pendant; $100 at Rejuvenation.


Above R: Mesh Beehive Pendant; $168. Above R: Mesh Cylinder Pendant; $168 from Anthropologie.

Above: The Chicken Wire Basket Pendant Light is $149 from Barn Light Electric.

Above L: Similar wire pendant lights can be found on Etsy. Above R: Mesh Flatbrim Pendant; $168 from Anthropologie.

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