Friday, September 11, 2015

Rustic Bohemian Light Fixtures {under $300}

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I have been trying to decide on a new light fixture for our living room for awhile now. The thing is...I am having a hard time nailing down exactly what style and finish I want. Eclectic? Rustic? Midcentury? Moroccan? Geometric? Wood? Beaded? Copper? Brass? Iron? There are so many options it almost feels impossible to decide some days. Then there is the factor of cost. Really beautiful and unique fixtures can be upwards of $2,000. Yikes! #aintnevergonnahappen.
I decided to do some looking online to start narrowing down styles that appeal to me to get the ball rolling. I have no idea yet what direction I will go in, but today I am sharing with you ten chandeliers and pendant lights that I think would fit perfectly with a rustic bohemian interior style. Each is under $300 (not including any additional fees like shipping or tax). I hope you enjoy these! Let me know your favorite at the end!



 The Twilight from Painted Fox

 A&B Home Wood and Metal Chandelier

 World Market Chandelier

 French Scroll Foyer Chandelier from Lamps Plus



 Bamboo Chandelier from Dot & Bo

 Wood Bead Chandelier

 The Coronado from Painted Fox

 Murray Feiss Charlotte Chandelier


 Chambers Pendant from Target


 Wood Light from Target

So there you have it! My round up of ten rustic bohemian style light fixtures and chandeliers all for under $300! Which one is your favorite? And if you have any advice for what you think might be the *perfect* one for my living room, I am all ears! My current light fixture is a vintage chandelier that I bought back in 2008 for $50 on Craigslist. Don't get me wrong, I loved it when I got it and for many years after. And it will always have a special place in my heart, but I am ready for a change. 

If you follow along with me on Instagram you may have seen some other recent updates to the room including new antique white paint on the walls (Goodbye gray! It was starting to make the room so dreary. The fresh coat of white makes me smile.), I picked up a few more kilim pillows on Etsy and moved the shag rug back into the space. I have more plans in the works for even more eclectic and bohemian changes, so stay tuned! Will be revealing it all as time allows. 

Till next time...
~Alice W.

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