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To-Die-For Lighting: Designer Lindsey Adelman

To-Die-For Lighting: Designer Lindsey Adelman

By now it should be no surprise that I love lighting. It’s transformative, beautiful and one of the most important parts of any space. When it comes to lighting designers, Lindsey Adelman is one of my go-tos for special, sensational pieces. Her fixtures tread that fine line between whimsical and modern. Whether I’m looking for stand-out chandeliers or the perfect pendant lights, Adelman delivers.

A Little About Lindsey

After receiving a degree in industrial design from RISD in 1996, Adelman became enthralled with lighting as a work of art. In 2000, she founded a company with David Weeks called Butter. Six years later she opened her own studio in, and the commission’s haven’t stopped.

Her very first design, Branching Bubble Chandelier, launched her signature organic-meets-industrial aesthetic. Browsing through her work you can see this perfect blend of the two elements, which creates truly stunning pieces.

Here are a few of my to-die-for pieces from Adelman’s most recent collections.

Lindsey Adelman | Life's Too Short For Beige
Cherry Bomb Fringe


 

Lindsey Adelman | Life's Too Short For Beige
Catch Wall Sconce


 

Lindsey Adelman | Life's Too Short For Beige
Clamp


 

Lindsey Adelman | Life's Too Short For Beige
Edie


 

Lindsey Adelman | Life's Too Short For Beige
Blow Sconce


 

Lindsey Adelman | Life's Too Short For Beige
Burst


 

And just for fun…

Lindsey Adelman | Life's Too Short For Beige
Wendy Wood Neck Up


 

Lindsey Adelman | Life's Too Short For Beige
Wendy Wood Wooly Throw

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