Super Interior Designer, Suzanne Kasler has great taste and superb thoughts. She also garners amazing press! Her name has been stamped on furniture for Hickory Chair, Lighting carried by using Circa Lighting and a bunch of different high end lighting vendors, books, magazine features, show homes – you call it, and Kasler has probably executed it.
I study an interview Kasler did for Decorati, where she says she gets lots of thought from Paris, and she or he’d visit over and over, due to the fact to her, “it’s miles the most stunning and inspiring region in the global.” Perhaps this is why she designed the Flea Market wall sconces that I am falling all over to apply as toilet lighting fixtures.
Surprise, wonder – it’s out of my budget. Now, realistically – though I’ve in no way visible it in person – the wall lantern might be nicely well worth the $420 price tag, but multiply that through two, and $840 places them right on the threshold of impossible. In a one of a kind house, a special location, a exclusive market – there’d be no hesitation, afterall – I’ve spent greater time admiring them than I’d like to confess … But it doesn’t make top monetary feel on this reno. So I sought out seeking out copies that would match better into my price range. That is til’ Suzanne and I become excellent buddies and she or he sends me a couple for my birthday – MAY 10th (simply incase).
I searched High and Low, and found a few which can be similar, but not almost as beautiful that suit more conveniently into the finances I’ve set for lights. Anyone were given any thoughts on where I can find vintage wall lanterns around $one hundred seventy five/ea.?