Hot vintage, retro, and industrial lights from ParrotUncle #Sponsors#dining rooms#kitchens#lighting October 9 2015 | Offbeat Editors offbeatbride This business paid a fee to be listed on Offbeat Home & Life because they feel their products and services are a great fit with offbeat philosophies… and we agree. Learn more about our ads. retro industrial style pendant light with dish like shade Let's dim the lights and get a little up-close and personal with these sexy vintage retro industrial lights from our sponsor ParrotUncle. ParrotUncle offers a huge and creative selection of home lightings. I'm talking from vintage Tiffany-style lightings to contemporary styles like these bad boys… 4 Candle-Like Shade Pendant Light with Matte Black Iron Frame How cool are these pendant lights that combine faux candles and geometric shapes. I especially love the way these look in an modern kitchen setting like the one above. Speaking of geometric shapes, I'm super in love with these pendant lights. (And they're only $57 — me want!) If you're looking for lighting that makes a giant statement without taking a giant hit on your wallet, ParrotUncle is now your go-to. Most everything on the site is listed at discounted prices. But your wallet is about to get happier, just as your room is about to get brighter, because this section has 20% off of all lighting, and even 30% off on selected lines — check 'em out. Among their high quality, yet reasonably-priced, but also super-rad lighting, ParrotUncle has amazing customer experience — including expert advice and support throughout your project. Speaking of your project, shouldn't you be shopping for the perfect lighting for your space? I thought so… find more info and find your favorite light fixture over here. As always, thanks to ParrotUncle for sponsoring Offbeat Home & Life. It's because of sponsors like them that we can keep running! Reporter Name * Reporter Email * Original text Enter the original text here. Edited text* Enter your suggested copyedit here. Notes You can add a note for the editor here. * Required information. Fix Typo PREVIOUS Why I'm ripping the minus sign off my calculator: the mathematics of women and body image issues NEXT "You should wait to have kids": How do you deal with the parenting naysayer Show/Hide comments [ 9 ] ooooooooo…. I've been looking for a better place to find lighting! Thanks! Reply These are all exactly my style! Now I just need a house. Guess I'll have to settle with pinning this on my pinterest board, for my future home. 🙂 Reply Thank you so much for these! I've been slowly replacing the 90's-builder-grade-chic light fixtures in my entire house (with the help of my former-electrician husband!) and these are exactly the style I'm looking for to use on the VERY LAST ONE TO REPLACE! (Cue huge sigh of relief on my part.) Thanks again for having awesome sponsors 😀 Reply These are all great! Thanks 🙂 Reply Talk to me… Reply They are certainly different and very attractive. Reply OMG yes! I've been looking for something to replace the very sad looking flush mount lights in our hallway. They're these sad builders grade things from the 70s (not the cool part of the 70s, the cheap mass-produced part of the 70s). Reply The husband and I are looking at a 70s mod ranch house and trying to find a way to meld our log cabin style with its architecture. A lot of these might be the way to go! Here's hoping the dominoes line up to where we can get that house and try it! Reply For a dining set up, this will be a good idea. In fact, it changes the mood or theme of the place as well and makes it become more retro. The idea is really appealing to the eye and thanks for sharing more diy tips from this post of yours, Reply Join the conversation Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Subscribe me to your mailing list No-drama comment policy Part of what makes the Offbeat Empire different is our commitment to civil, constructive commenting. Make sure you're familiar with our no-drama comment policy.