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Lighting is one of those things that is simple to change, but can really make a big impact on the look of your space. I have been doing a little shopping for new lighting to finish up our DIY kitchen remodel, and I thought I would share some of my favorites with you. All of these options are under $100, and will give that vintage industrial feel to your space instantly.
This post features pendants and sconces from the online lighting store Parrot Uncle. They have really great prices, and I couldn’t believe how many options I found that I liked under $100. I’m on a budget and I have a lot of fixtures to replace, so I really need cute and inexpensive options. Parrot Uncle has tons of vintage industrial style lighting, and you could probably find pretty much any type of fixture you need for your home under $300, and that’s including some great chandeliers. They have other styles of lighting too, if industrial isn’t your thing, including upscale crystal chandeliers, and handmade wooden chandeliers.
The main thing I am shopping for right now is pendants to go above my freshly painted kitchen island. To see the before and after from painting our kitchen, see this post. These are the ones I ordered:
Just a simple, black barn pendant, but it’s exactly what I was looking for. And they are a steal at $33 for the large 18″ size. Here are a few of the other pendants that caught my eye. Click on the photo to shop the fixture at Parrot Uncle.
I’m also in the market for a small sconce of the downstairs bathroom, as it is getting a facelift as well. We have already removed the giant builder basic mirror, and replaced the old counter/shell sink combo with black leathered granite and a white undermount sink. I plan on replacing the mirror and installing a new sconce or two. Here are some of the sconces I really like, all under $100.
I can’t wait to get my new pendants and hang them over the island. It’s going to be the icing on the cake in our kitchen remodel! Until then I still need to finish tiling the new backsplash, put up the new paint color on the walls and trim, and figure out a way to dress those windows. If you’d like to check out our remodel progress so far, see this post for updates.
Thanks for joining me today and I hope this post was helpful. When I receive my lights I will do a review for y’all.
What do you think about these lighting options? Do you have any other sources for cute and affordable lighting? Let me know in the comments below!