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High/Low: Floaty Linen Pendant Light

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High/Low: Floaty Linen Pendant Light

October 1, 2019

We’ve admired Ellen Degeneres’s interior style for a while now (she’s a client of Galerie Half, perhaps the most original vintage and antique showroom in Los Angeles). A while back she launched her own lifestyle brand, called ED by Ellen.

So we were surprised to see her eerie interpretation of the now-classic Ay Illuminate khadi cotton pendant light for sale at The Home Depot. Which leads us to the question: why is there no DietPrada for home design?

The now-classic Ay Illuminate pendant lamp in the home of designer Marysia Dobrzanska Reeves (see the rest of the project at Jenni Kayne). Photo by Nicki Sebastian courtesy of Jenni Kayne.
Above: The now-classic Ay Illuminate pendant lamp in the home of designer Marysia Dobrzanska Reeves (see the rest of the project at Jenni Kayne). Photo by Nicki Sebastian courtesy of Jenni Kayne.
Designed by Ay Lin Heinen and Nelson Sepulveda, the white cotton Ay Illuminate Pendant, with bamboo frame and handwoven cotton khadi shade, is available from Lost & Found in Los Angeles for  $data-src=
Above: Designed by Ay Lin Heinen and Nelson Sepulveda, the white cotton Ay Illuminate Pendant, with bamboo frame and handwoven cotton khadi shade, is available from Lost & Found in Los Angeles for  $1,066. Ay illuminate is based in the Netherlands and produces its lighting in Asia and Africa.
The ED Ellen DeGeneres  Generation Lighting Dunne Aged Iron Pendant with Hand-Sewn Natural Linen Shade is $35data-src=
Above: The ED Ellen DeGeneres  Generation Lighting Dunne Aged Iron Pendant with Hand-Sewn Natural Linen Shade is $351.90 at The Home Depot; it’s made in China.

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