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“Starburst” Style: Be a little bit Jetsons and little bit industrial - why overcommit to only one period’s aesthetic? This mid-century styled chandelier, in a contemporary brass with vintage-inspired, Edison-style bulbs, gives you big design bang for your transitional buck.
$460.00, Cokas Diko Home Furnishings, 1125 W Steele Ln, Santa Rosa, 707-568-4044, cokasdiko.com
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Dream Hoops: Marquee-type lights hang in rounded whimsical glory. These “Rings of Light,” made of galvanized tin, are a happy cross between the carnival, the farmhouse and contemporary design. With 15’ cords, they are easy to hang, alone or in clusters to create a chandelier. (Photo: "Rings of Light" by Roost)
$255.00 (22” diameter), $325.00 (30” diameter), $395.00 (38” diameter), Artefact Design and Salvage, 23570 Arnold Dr., Sonoma, 707-933-0660, artefactdesignsalvage.com
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(Multi)Task Lighting: Real estate is expensive. Have your light and table share one space-saving footprint with this ingenious piece. A canvas shade sits atop an iron base and wood tabletop.
$329, Roe & Co, 110 Kentucky St., Petaluma, 113 Kentucky St., Petaluma, 707-766-6630
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Soda & Sieve Style: Reclaimed soda bottles make perfect a lamp base to a colander shade here. These substantially sized lamps just shine brilliantly.
$995, Artefact Design and Salvage, 23570 Arnold Dr., Sonoma, 707-933-0660, artefactdesignsalvage.com
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Sweetly Stunning: This blown glass pendant lamp is on the pretty side of playful. Available in different shapes and patterns, these light-catching pieces can be matched or mixed to add delicate but spectacular style to a space.
$495-$750, Chateau Sonoma, 23588 Arnold Dr., Sonoma, 707-935-8553, chateausonoma.com