Everything Old Is New Again!

I know that title is a cliché but it is so true! Think about your grandparent’s house with the avocado green kitchen appliances or the funky pendant light in the living room? I remember being thoroughly intrigued and horrified at the same time during those summers I spent at their home. Of course, my grandma was totally thrilled with her new updated kitchen even though it was remodeled years before I was even born. Well Grandma would be please to know that her fancy space age light fixture style was were making a huge comeback. Check out the fixture below ans an example.


Chet Light Fixture by Uttermost

Chet Light Fixture by Uttermost

In the Chapel Hill area I have used several of these mid-century fixtures in my designs. Below is a rustic industrial design with a brass fixture and exposed Edison style bulbs.


First Impressions by Julie Wagner, LLC

First Impressions by Julie Wagner, LLC

As an Interior Designer, everywhere I look there are mid -century inspired light fixtures. This blog post is the second in my series about interior design trends for the new decade. I personally love the shiny metallic finishes, straight lines and bright lights that define the style. These mid-century inspired fixtures can be used in many design styles. Check out the photo below where designer, Stephen Gambrel used a large floral metallic inspired fixture in this very traditional room, mixing this stunning over sized fixture with traditional molding and furniture enlivens the space.


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In this blue bedroom photo below a California designer used a plastic and steel light fixture inspired by Architect George Nelson’s bubble lamps from the 1950s. The fixture’s ribbing details play nicely with the monochromatic blue and white color scheme.


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Lastly, designer Emily Henderson used this white metallic fixture in this very dark blue/gray living room. The room has a moody Victorian theme and the metallic and glass light fixture really adds some vitality to the space. The fixture looks comfortable and right at home.


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Give me a call if you are intrigued and would like more information on mixing mid-century light fixtures into your current décor.

First Impressions by Julie Wagner, LLC

Chapel Hill, NC

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