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American Craftsman Lighting - Capitol Lighting Lighten Up! Series

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Today we are talking period style, specifically the American Craftsman Period also known as Arts andamp; Crafts. From about 1900 to about 1925 new home styles and iconic architects like Frank Lloyd Wright emerged. Typical homes featured clean handcrafted stone and woodwork. The California Bungalow is excellent of American Craftsman design. Let's take a look at two very different fixtures that typify this period. Many American Craftsman homes featured low-pitched roof. This pendant light is from the Chicago collection by Kichler, shown here in aged bronze and textured linen seedy glass, is an excellent example of that element. Typical of the period it features clean lines and symmetrical diamond shaped accents. Used indoors or outdoors, this fixture adds the finishing touch to an entryway. If you are in love with the American Craftsman period but you are looking for a little more color, our next fixture delivers. This ceiling pendant is the Inglenook by Quoizel. It is a classic geometric Arts and Crafts reproduction featuring handcrafted art glass in shades of sapphire blue, warm honey, amber and cream. This piece brings both warmth and color to an American Craftsman style kitchen or dining room.andnbsp;
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