I’m kind of in all kinds of love with Manhattan Project Design Shop’s lighting collection. My buddy was looking for hanging lamps for his kitchen and dining area. He stumbled upon these, shared them with me, and I had to share them with you.
I mean, just look at how cool their cords are all by themselves!:
Now check out this awesome selection of industrial, yet colorful light fixtures. As always, click on the ones that speak to you, to find out more information…
Check out the entire collection, including more cords, and awesome light bulbs, over here.
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I am in love with the Broadway lamp – especially since you can change up the way you want the lights clustered (or not). Very cool! Industrial chic is not the look we have going for us, but if we were ever able to go full dieselpunk, I think the Broadway would mesh beautifully!
Right!? How cool is that one!? I’m glad you clicked through to see all the arrangements. So rad.
Although, I think, depending on how your decor looks, you could add a pop of these industrial lights and it wouldn’t make too much of a “whoa industrial!” impact.
The Waverly, Lafayette (or Mulberry and Gramercy), and Broadway could all play very nicely together! Gods, one day I’d love to have a sewing/design/writing workroom with those lights! *dreamily planning*
Any idea if the old style light bulbs are easy to find or where you can find them?
Yup, the same company sells the lightbulbs as well! But you can also search for Edison bulbs on Amazon if you want more of a selection.
“Edison Bulbs” are currently available from Home Depot for $10/ea.
I have to say that a quick browsing of the shelves at the local lumber yard will turn up everything but the cloth covered power cords on these lamps if someone is looking to DIY. We use the bases from the Chrystie lamps for our chicken brooders. They go about $10 and you could cover the cord with macrame.
I’ve been itching to buy a huckduck light for ages, so now I’m really glad I get to buy one and support OBH at the same time 🙂
Aw! That’s so sweet. I want to see pics when it’s all hung up!
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