April 10, 2013
Charles Edwards Lighting
Posted by Kevin Sharkey
Inspired by 19th and 20th century English, French and American lighting fixtures, Charles Edward's in England, is considered one of the leading lighting designers and manufacturers. I never miss an opportunity to visit their shops. Their beautiful advertisements in decorating magazines always stop me in my tracks.
1 Charles Edwards' London Showrooms
2 Alabaster casts a beautiful light.
Style 8, Charles Edwards Lighting
3 This would be perfect flanking a beautiful front door or used in multiples throughout a house's exterior.
Odeon, Charles Edwards Lighting
4 A great, handsome ceiling-hugging light fixture.
Square Stepped Deco Light, Charles Edwards Lighting
5 What is so useful about ceiling-hugging fixtures that are round is that you don't have to worry about a straight line matching up with straight walls. Round Stepped Deco Light.
6 A star would look great in any room. Star, Charles Edwards Lighting
7 I've never met a pagoda fixture that I didn't like. The more fanciful, the better. Pagoda Bell, Charles Edwards Lighting.
8 It is all about the graceful lines with this design. Round Whitehall, Charles Edwards Lighting.
9 The frosted section of the glass ensures that the light is diffused. Kew, Charles Edwards Lighting.
10 Globe fixtures can sometimes be too austere. The cap of this one brings lots of character. Pagoda Globe, Charles Edwards Lighting.
11 The opportunity to introduce color through the silk lining is a valuable one. Silk Tole, Charles Edwards Lighting.
12 The perfect and most simple solution for lighting art and book shelves. Grosvenor with Frosted Glass Diffuser, Charles Edwards Lighting.
13 This is a great transitional design. It is both modern and traditional. Rumbold, Charles Edwards Lighting.
14 Martha has a large collection of sconces in this style. Hurricane, Charles Edwards Lighting.
15 The finish on this fixture is absolutely perfect. Ledbury, Charles Edwards Lighting.
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