Affordable Luxe: the MarketPlace Collection by Wildwood


Pierced Clubs Lamp// (c) 2011 Wildwood Lamps & Accents

The MarketPlace Collection by Wildwood Lamps & Accents features effortlessly elegant lamps that are as easy on the eyes as they are on the budget.

“MarketPlace is one of our most versatile collections as it offers a wide range of traditional, transitional and contemporary styles at an attainable price point,” said Vice President of Wildwood Lamps Russ Barnes. “Each lamp is more visually stunning than the last, and is handcrafted using a variety of quality materials.”

The Substantial Rings Lamp, 46878 features a column of interlocking brushed nickel and dark wood rings for an industrial look softened by the beige, contemporary shade.

The Mercury Glass Lamp, 46785 uses antique glass to lend three-dimensional depth to the lamp with the material’s diaphanous texture. A gray shade completes the monochromatic, contemporary riff on antique materials.

The Pierced Clubs Lamp, 46646 has a mod white base and transitional shade to bring a retro touch to any interior.

The Painted Porcelain lamp, 46668 is a modern take on the yin yang symbol. The black and white shade and black base can serve as an accent piece, and the glossy sheen and swirled floral detailing soften the stark contrast between the crisp white and deep black.

The Bumpy Bottle Lamp, 46636 uses hand-thrown and textured ceramic paired with bronze to evoke the glamour of Old Hollywood.

With a wide range of materials and styles, these lamps can add a touch of elegance to a budget-conscious project.

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