Be your own lighting designer!

Tuesday, March 30, 2010 | Category: Contests, Lighting

Lamps Plus is now offering you the opportunity to customize your own lighting designs!  The new service is called “Design Your Own” .  The tool allows you to customize your own fixture from many of their assorted pendants, floor lamps, table lamps, and shades.  You start by selecting a pattern, then select a color scheme, then a trim color – and it shows you the process along the way.  Save your selections for later or check out other matching combinations that can go with your own design.  Really great for finding just the right combo color/pattern you are looking for…and not to mention kind of fun!  (The best part, most are all under $200.) I can’t wait to use it for a client!

Here’s how it works:  (I started by selecting the above fixture)

I then chose the same pattern but opted for the black and white pattern (there are many other colors to choose from).

Then I selected a white trim color.

But also looked at a few other trim colors, such as this tan trim.


And in the end it will show you some matching items, such as pendants, table lamps, floor lamps. etc.

{Lamps Plus is also having a contest to win $500 of your own creations, enter here.}

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3 Comments to 'Be your own lighting designer!'

sharon 31 Mar 10 at 4:15 am

the black and white combination is so alluring live it

Maryam in Marrakech 03 Apr 10 at 10:38 am

Love the sconces that you made! So Moroccan:-)

Lighting Pendants 10 Aug 10 at 11:50 am

That’s really cool! I’ll check it out.

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