Enter Shades of Light, my favorite lighting (and then some) retailer in my hometown of Richmond, Virginia. Perusing through Shades of Light's catalog many years ago was one of my first introductions to the world of good-looking ceiling lights.
So knowing I was on the hunt for a fixture, I reached out to my friend Walter at SOL to see if they might want to partner with me on this post and they said yes. Win! So I'm rounding up my favorite ceiling lights to share with y'all while also giving one of my favorite retailers a shout-out.
Introducing my top 12 good-looking flush mount light fixtures from Shades of Light:
1. Stepped Deco Flush Mount - Simple and handsome, but not boring.
3. Classic Americana Semi-Flush Ceiling Light - Clean and classic - great for kitchens and bathrooms.
4. Scalloped Shade Semi-Flush Ceiling Light - Run, don't walk, to get this one. The price point is great and it's so delightful...not to mention embellishable.
5. Silver Bamboo Square Ceiling Light - Always say yes to bamboo lighting.
6. Metal Star Ceiling Light - This one could go so many ways! I especially like it for a masculine space.
7. Extra Large Olive Leaf Ceiling Chandelier - Drama for your ceiling.
8. Crystal Jewel Ceiling Light - Glamour for your ceiling.
9. Flower Drum Shade Ceiling Light - Love the contrast of the black trim - traditional and tailored.
10. Crystal Flowers Ceiling Light - This was my first flush mount and I love it. We put it in a hallway and it's just the prettiest.
11. Kensington Ceiling Light - I particularly like the antique brass paired with a brass-accented space...like a kitchen with brass pulls or a built-in study with brass hardware.
12. Small Interlocking Rings Flush Mount Light - A wonderfully easy choice at the perfect price.
Doing this roundup with the SOL team helped me narrow in on my choice for Mac's room...do you know which one I picked?? I would love to hear guesses.
I wish I had time to do roundups like this all the time. They are fun and I'm hoping helpful. Thank you to Walter, Danielle and Fran at Shades of Light for helping me pull this together!