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High/Low Opaque Globe Lighting

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High/Low Opaque Globe Lighting

May 9, 2013

Ever since we posted on this minimal farmhouse kitchen in Sonoma, we’ve been admiring the white globe lights hanging above the dining table.

Here are two options (at opposite ends of the pricing spectrum) to achieve a diffused glow.

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Above: Two white globe lights hang in the kitchen of Sonoma Farmhouse by Houseplans.

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Above: The Globe Pendant by B.Lux is made of mold-blown Murano glass; $1,032 from Y Lighting.

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Above: The more affordable Rondo Pendant is made of frosted opal glass; $74 from Lumens.

N.B.: This post is an update; the original story ran on April 18, 2012.

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