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High/Low: Globe Light Fixtures

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High/Low: Globe Light Fixtures

Izabella Simmons December 06, 2013

We recently posted a Steal This Look Budget Bedroom featuring Lindsey Adelman’s DIY ceiling pendant. No matter where we turn, her sculptural light designs–and homemade facsimilies–follow us. Now, West Elm has come up with its own version of her bronze chandelier with glass globe shades. For those who can’t pony up for a bonafide Adelman, West Elm might do the trick, at least for now. 

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Above: Lindsey Adelman’s SB.09.01 Chandelier features a frame of oil-rubbed bronze with blown glass globes wrapped in 24k gold. It’s handmade in Adelman’s New York studio and is priced at $19,800. N.B.: The design is also available in satin nickel, brushed brass, and vintage brass finishes and several types of glass shades. The kindred but smaller, three-armed BB.03.01 is $6,600.

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Above: West Elm’s Mobile Chandelier has moveable metal arms that are plated with an antique bronze finish and can be arranged in different configurations. It uses clear Round Light Bulbs (sold separately for $15 each), and sells for $249.

Are you a fan of our High/Low posts? Here’s our recent one featuring two Arctic Pear Chandeliers at opposite ends of the price spectrum. Fill us in on your own High/Low discoveries in the comments section below.

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