Online Lighting Galleries

Circa Lighting

All the classics by some of America’s most famous designers are here in this glorious online lighting boutique. Their fixtures are a cut above other lighting stores, the designs are refined and timeless. The company prides itself on it finishes. The original designer roster of Thomas O’Brien and Eric Cohler has grown and the new faces designers Michael S. Smith and Suzanne Kasler are now on board designing, as are Clodagh, Barbara Barry, Alexa Hampton and Randy Powers.

Shades Of Light

Shades of Light has a long history of leading the lighting industry with unique designs and exclusive products for every room in your home. Affordable, unique products, and most creative lighting for your dollar. They carry the latest trends and styles in home decor products.

Layla Grace

This online boutique features lighting by some of our favorite brands, including Aidan Gray, Jamie Young, Arteriors, Bungalow 5, and Oly. From preppy-patterned lampshades to chandeliers with sea-blue crystals, their offerings are eclectic and flirty. Minimalism is at a minimum here—most pieces are quite elaborate.

Restoration Hardware

Restoration Hardware’s new line of 1920s inspired lighting is bringing back the best lighting from the past. The chandeliers and lamps pinpoint the details of period authenticity and replicate great design.


Lighting by Gregory

A large contemporary lighting gallery in New York and Paramus for 25 years and counting, this showroom and website features a who’s who of high-end names, including Holtkotter, Robert Sonneman, Estluz and more. Prices range from $1 for bulbs and switches to $50,000 for a Swarovski crystal chandelier.

Room & Board

As the official dealer of George Nelson bubble lamps—part of MoMA’s permanent collection and priced to move at $269 and up—this is the go-to shop for iconic modern style. The website also stocks Noguchi ($85–$275) and Galbraith & Paul hand-blocked linen pendant shades in 27 fabric options ($349–$449), among other items.


For those who know just what they like but can’t seem to find it, Mottega is the place. Here, you can create a custom table lamp by choosing from nine shapes, nine vibrant colors, base and finial accents, and a wealth of shades. Each piece is handcrafted in Portugal.

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