New Chandeliers, Sconces, and Pendants by Kichler

10, Aug 2017


For its new 2017 collection of interior statement pieces, Kichler aimed to create a series of chandelier, sconce, and pendant designs that would reflect and enhance current trends in decorative lighting. These new designs are sleek, stylish, and work in a variety of interior settings.

“Kichler’s new decorative indoor line allows consumers to express their personal style,” says Lauren Lovett, director of decorative product management, Kichler. “Our latest introductions include a variety of unexpected shapes and sizes, while still incorporating the current trends, including the rise in popularity of black finishes and the softening of the vintage, industrial look.”

Branches by Kichler, pictured her as a seven-light linear chandelier.
Courtesy KichlerBranches by Kichler, pictured her as a seven-light linear chandelier.

The decorative indoor line’s key products for 2017 include Aberdeen, Branches, and the Kichler Chalkboard Sconce.

The Aberdeen light, inspired by rustic lodge designed, features Piastra glass arranged in a ring of rich metal. The light is available as a pendant, linear, or round chandelier in Distressed Antique Gray and Rust metal finishes. In contrast, the minimalist Branches design mimics nature’s asymmetrical patterns in either a three-light mini-chandelier or a four- or seven-light linear chandelier. The Branches line is available in a black finish with antique pewter accents.

The Kichler Chalkboard Sconce combines light, organization and practicality into a light that’s perfect for laundry rooms, mudrooms, or kitchen. The design features a fabric-covered cord and gooseneck light over a 10” x 16” chalkboard and ledge, with either a Weathered Zinc or Distressed Antique Gray finish that’s made to look like real wood.

All 2017 Kichler lighting products come with a limited lifetime warranty. www.kichler.com

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