Jeff Wonsetler's Favorite Fixtures

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“One of the brightest fixtures for its size (behind each piece of glass is a 100-watt halogen bulb), the Vanguard comes in bronze, chrome, or nickel. I like this one for its clean appearance and the marbleized cloud glass. Can't beat the price, either! Comes in 1-light to 5-light versions.”
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“The Tube LED is one of my favorites because of its clean and modern style. It has the equivalent of approximately 180 watts of incandescent light, making it very bright for a relatively small fixture (20.5"L). There are no bulbs to change because the LEDs will last about 50,000 hours. Also, compared to the original incandescent version of this fixture, the light glows evenly end-to-end, with no "hot spots." The price of the fixture paired with the energy savings, makes the Tube LED a very good value.”
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“The Vision series is one of my favorites because of the sheer range of available models: square or round; LED, halogen, or fluorescent; and several size options. I've used this fixture in one version or another in almost every room in the house. From walk-in closets to bathrooms to bedrooms to kitchens, this fixture works practically anywhere. The 9.5" square version is 200 watts of halogen light, making it especially bright for its size. The LED versions are fairly recent and are just as bright as their halogen counterparts, with the added advantage of saving money in energy costs and also not having to change bulbs for many years.”
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“I think this is a really attractive fixture; I love the votive candle style, and I also really gravitate to square shapes. While modern, it does have a softer appearance and could blend into either modern or transitional bathrooms. There are four sizes ranging from 1-light to 4-light, and it comes in a beautiful chrome finish.”
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“Like most all of Slamp's products, this is a beautiful ceiling fixture formed of polycarbonate (a type of high-quality plastic material) and comes in several interesting and fun color combinations. I really like this for a kid's room because of the colors, but it would look great in other contemporary rooms, too. It takes two 20 watt fluorescent bulbs, which is equivalent to about 180 watts of incandescent light.”
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“This ceiling fixture has a definite mid-century-modern vibe with its chrome banding and the coarse cream linen fabric. I also like the Butler because it takes three 60 watt bulbs, which is quite bright for the size of the fixture. Even though it's a bit mid-century-modern, it can also blend into transitional interiors easily.”
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“A somewhat transitional fan that works well in both traditional or contemporary rooms, and its low profile is good for short ceilings. It can also be used without the integrated light kit by swapping the glass diffuser with the included metal plate.”
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“Love this fan because of the minimalist aesthetic. The gloss white is perfectly modern. It's great for lower ceilings because of its 13in height and adding the spot light only adds another 2in.”
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“Love this fan because of the minimalist aesthetic. The gloss white is perfectly modern. It's great for lower ceilings because of its 13in height and adding the spot light only adds another 2in.”
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“This series of rugged outdoor fixtures by Hinkley Lighting is designed to withstand the harshest weather and the brass finish will age over time to a rich patina. It's well-suited to coastal salt-air conditions. These landscape lights are durable, reliable and attractive. There are several other types of fixtures to choose from in the series: directionals, path and deck fixtures.”
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“I really like the Jewel Box because it's unique and gives a generous amount of light. It's really an unusual bath fixture, comprising an inner wire box over the bulb and an outer clear rounded glass piece. There are 3, 4 & 5-lt versions available and a single light sconce. Finish is a polished chrome and the bulbs are halogen.”
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“Truly my favorite monorail fixture ever love the minimalist and vaguely Art Deco lines, and sleek cylinder shape. I really like that it can hold up to two accessories such as a glare-control louver and various lenses. Thanks to the FastJack system, it's easily adaptable to regular track or mounted on a canopy as a single fixture. I especially love the polished nickel finish, but it's also available in brushed nickel or bronze.”
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“The Revel is an excellent choice over a kitchen island, a desk or a conference table. The two 54W High Output fluorescent lamps produce a very impressive amount of light, and the laser-cut slots allow for some light to be seen through the sides. There are several finishes available, as well as optional wood accents.”
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“An instant modern classic since it was introduced in 1985. I love the Berenice's flexibility and choice of two different sizes of desk lamps, along with both floor and wall versions. The shade can be ordered in glass in either green or blue, making for an interesting pop of color. The original halogen model is very bright, but those interested in LED also have a viable option. The Berenice is well-suited for desk or bedside applications.”
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“I have the Fortebraccio LED lamp on my desk and am amazed at how much like warm halogen light this LED is. Very bright, but not harsh. The lamp is completely adjustable with a rotatable head to position perfectly. The matte black finish is very rich-looking as well. The lamp is heavy with a real quality feel.”
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“The Alina is a stunning piece of art glass with a beautiful organic shape. It takes a 50w halogen bi-pin bulb that gives lots of light for over a kitchen countertop or when used in place of wall sconces in a bathroom. There are five colors available, but my favorite is Smoke, with the Steel Blue a close second. All colors have a neat clear glass part above the translucent colored glass.”
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“I love the Glamour for its Art Deco look, but it can also work in "Hollywood Regency" interiors as well as Mid-Century Modern design. The polished nickel "links" are beautifully finished and are made of a heavy cast metal. The three 60w bulbs provide adequate light, but the fixture is more about the look anyway!”
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“This fixture is simply stunning from its simple curved mirror outside glass to the center cluster of pretty and modern crystal drops. There's a ton of light given off from the five 40w halogen bulbs. The outside glass appears as mirror when the light is off but the bulbs show through when on-and the glass has a taupe-gray tint that's very pleasing.”
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“This fixture is simply stunning from its simple curved mirror outside glass to the center cluster of pretty and modern crystal drops. There's a ton of light given off from the five 40w halogen bulbs. The outside glass appears as mirror when the light is off but the bulbs show through when on-and the glass has a taupe-gray tint that's very pleasing.”
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