Light Me Up: Crate and Barrel Lighting

While I like shopping locally owned retailers, I am aware that the national chains in Kansas City provide a lot of jobs for our residents, and I have a few favorites. Crate and Barrel’s clean-lined products and reliable quality is one. 

Their new lighting collection is difficult to ignore. While it borrows heavily from midcentury masters, it makes good sense for homeowners who want a great look without getting into the four-digit category. These are pieces that could work well from first house to peak house. (“Peak house” is a term I heard once more than 20 years ago, and it knocked me for a loop then. I’ve never used it—or forgotten it—and it made its way here.) While I don’t love every piece, there are good selections from ceiling to table to floor.

Corfu black table lamp with woven shade, $349.
L’Union black metal arc floor lamp with rattan shade by Athena Calderone, $399.
Colin perforated metal pendant light, $349.
Sardinia six-light plaster chandelier, $699.
Bibelot wavy black metal mini table lamp with rattan shade by Athena Calderone, $129.
Corfu cream table lamp with linen drum shade, $299.
Finley wooden adjustable table lamp, $229.
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