copper shades

by Grace Bonney

The great lighting hunt of 2012 is still in full swing, as we seek the perfect (and affordable) light to hang above our office desk. Kate and Amy have been online searching like crazy, and yesterday Kate sent over this amazing copper option from Merchant No. 4. It’s a little outside the range I was hoping for, so I’m still keeping my eyes peeled for something a bit more wallet-friendly, but man, if it isn’t gorgeous. Designed by Kate Stokes, each “Mr. Copper” pendant has a spun copper shade with lines inspired by the ridges of a tin can. I’d love to see a cluster of these in a kitchen, but even one would be pretty darn beautiful. Click here to check out the light in more detail and order online. And if you’re more of a brass girl like I am, the table lamp below is a fantastic option. It’s so chic and minimal. xo, grace

*This is our last week of Copper & Navy Blue as our Pinterest trend themes, so click here to check out our boards if you’re as copper obsessed as we are right now.

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