Friday

Spanish Colonial Lighting













One step in creating a feel of a 1920s or 30s Spanish Colonial house is selecting the correct lighting.  There are many chandeliers and sconces made today that are inexpensive and unfortunately chosen by homeowners
 and builders because of expense or a lack of knowledge of what is appropriate for the design of the house.
However, the good news is that there is great lighting available.  And not only for Spanish Colonial houses.  In addition, the cost is not enormous.  What makes these chandeliers and sconces so unique is that are made from a cast from original lights from the 1920s and 30s.

The ones I have included today are for a Spanish Colonial house.  They can also be used in any style of Mediterranean architecture as well as a few other styles.  If you would like more information on these or would like to purchase some, please let me know.

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

Where did you locate these spanish colonial lights?

Trey said...

They are lights that I can get for you.

Anonymous said...

We are building in Hermosa Beach. How would that work?

Anonymous said...

what are the dimensions and the costs of the chandeliers? I live in Tucson, AZ and they would have to be shipped.
Dee Transue

Trey Laird said...

The first one is 37"w x 40"h without chain and is $4,824-$6,625 depending on finish.

The second one is 18"w x 21"h without chain and is $1,400-$2,100 depending on finish.

The third one is 31-1/2"w x 38"h without chain and is $2,529-$3,875 depending on finish.

Please let me know if you would like any more information on purchasing.

Anonymous said...

I am interested in the single sconce on the top right hand side and the double sconce on the bottom left hand side as well as the smallest chandelier. Can you email me any larger photos so that I can see the details? If so, I can forward my email address. Thanks!

Anonymous said...

I am interested in some of the sconces, and also in the smaller chancelier. Do you have larger photos and prices for the sconces? Thanks

Toni said...

I would love to know where to purchase the Spanish Colonial Lighting you have posted. Also, can you share the exact paint colors of the exterior of your home along with the trim color. Thank you.