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9 Great Lights for Tudor Houses

From porch to dining room, light up your Tudor with fixtures that borrow heavily from Old English, Arts & Crafts, and Storybook styles. By the OHJ Editorial Staff

    Rejuvenation Sherwood

    1. Sherwood from Rejuvenation

    We like the finger-hook detail on the fabulous Sherwood wall bracket, available in many finishes and with 24 shade choices. Affordably priced, it’s cast brass (not stamped metal).

    Rejuvenation Marshall fixture

    2. Marshall from Rejuvenation

    If you’re looking for a coordinating ceiling fixture, consider the flush-mount Marshall, which displays the same attention to detail, but with a heavier Arts & Crafts influence.

    Rejuvenation Morris pendant

    3. Morris from Rejuvenation

    For the porch, try Rejuvenation’s Morris ceiling-hung pendant, which projects a similar Tudor-friendly Storybook vibe.

    Eight-light candle chandelier from House of Antique Hardware

    4. Tudor Revival Chandelier from House of Antique Hardware

    House of Antique Hardware’s Tudor Revival series reproduces 1920s faux-candle fixtures, like this eight-light chandelier in solid brass with a bronze finish.

    Mica Lamp Co. Fantasy Torch

    5. Fantasy Torch from Mica Lamp Co.

    Why have sconces when your castle can have torches? Fantasy Torch is from Mica Lamp Co.’s Storybook collection. The lens comes in orange or almond mica, or frosted glass, and the fixture is rated for wet locations.

    Mica Lamp Co. Iron Abbey chandelier

    6. Iron Abbey from Mica Lamp Co.

    The company’s Iron Abbey collection is also a good fit, with Old English details that recall the provenance of Tudor architecture. The 21″ Abbey chandelier shown will make a grand statement in a vaulted living room.

    Old California Annandale Road

    7. Annandale Road from Old California

    Old California Lantern has five different series of exterior lighting in the Cottage styles, all of which (including Annandale Road, shown) recall quaint fairy-tale abodes.

    Arroyo Craftsman St. Clair

    8. St. Clair from Arroyo Craftsman

    Arroyo Craftsman is known for their California and Asian-inspired designs, but check out the Scots-inspired Saint Clair (shown) and Old English Saint George fixtures for your Tudor.

    Canterbury from Maxim Lighting

    9. Canterbury from Maxim Lighting

    Finally, Maxim Lighting makes the forged iron Canterbury outdoor collection, which features an arresting pole lantern.

    Published in: Old-House Journal October 2013

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