Editors' Picks: Lighting for Victorian, Arts & Crafts, and Mid-Century Modern Houses

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There's no doubt about it: Finding period style lighting has never been more fun, thanks to a market flooded with spot-on reproductions. But this plethora of choices also can leave you racked with indecision, if you're not sure exactly what you're looking for. Our explanations of the best options for a variety of 19th- and 20th-century house styles (including Victorian, Arts & Crafts, and mid-century modern) can help.

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