Today’s Waffle: Cage Lighting

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When I saw these lights hanging in a store on a recent trip to Portland, I was surprisingly drawn to them.  I don’t have any cage lighting in my house or on my “want-to-buy” list, but I found this display kind of cool. Cage lighting has become quite the popular choice for interiors these days. What do you think about this trend?

Cage lights come singly, like these Workshop Cage Lights from Jayson Home

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Jayson Home

and in groups, like this Vintage Wire Caged Chandelier

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and this Cage Chandelier by Tracey Kessler.

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There are cage pendants for the dining room,

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the living room,

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and the bathroom.

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This Vintage Pendant adds a pop of color with a green steel shade.

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Jayson Home

And this Cage Fuel Pendant from CB2 uses a high gloss red.

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So are you a friend or foe of the industrial chic look of cage lighting?  Is seeing the light bulb a turn off for you — or do you find it an interesting look?

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3 responses

  1. Love everything about cage lighting!

  2. Love, love, love. ‘Nuf said.

  3. I like the ones in the bathroom!