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Lighting: Fabulux Wall Sconces

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Lighting: Fabulux Wall Sconces

Janet Hall February 19, 2010

Based in the Brooklyn Navy Yard, Fabulux Lighting was founded in 1991 by lighting designer Paul Merwin and specializes in retro-looking industrial fixtures. We especially like Merwin’s wall sconces, which feature cast-aluminum socket housings with a silver-gray powder coat and a choice of diffuse or clear glass globes.

 

Above L: The Bilux (two stems) Clear Sconce is $210 at Industrial House. Above R: The Monolux (one stem) Clear Glass Sconce is $110 at Industrial Home.

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