Kyla Herbes, the interior designer and content creator behind the House Of Hipsters, has a killer instinct for home lighting. From neutral lamps to show-stopping chandeliers, we look to Kyla to light things up. One of Kyla’s go-to stores for lighting is Tuesday Made’s, whose lighting collection is handpicked by their staff.
Let’s take a look at some of Kyla’s best light ensembles.
This pink marbled lamp with a white ruffled shade from Lampus is one high-class lady. It’s an eye-catching piece without being an eyesore.
Minimalist and dazzling, we love how this white lamp is anything but boring.
This lamp purchased from The Vintage Department displays the importance of balancing bold and neutral, light and dark. The soft textures of the lamp keep things interesting without clashing with the wallpaper.
This fresh and funky lamp adds so much character to this space! The lamp base is from Circa Lighting while the shade is from William Sonoma.
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We love the subtle texture of this white monochromatic Lani Pendant Light from CB2.
Another subtle but stylish CB2 light is this Bruna floor lamp with a gorgeous walnut base paired with a linen lampshade.
Small but powerful, this Givoni flush mount light comes in polished brass and black marble.
This Remi table lamp brings uniformity to a room with its shade and base wrapped entirely in blue or cream linen with gilded accents.
Our Best Budget-Friendly Lamp award goes to this Faux Wood Geo Floor Lamp from Target’s Threshold line.
This charming rattan floor lamp offers a sophisticated boho vibe.
Keep things classic with this vintage-style Hood Pendant from Rejuvenation.
Speaking of vintage… second-hand stores are excellent places to track down one-of-a-kind lighting pieces or lampshades. Unlike other furniture items, like couches, that can hold on to smells and show wear and tear, used lamps are easy to clean and touch up—just be sure they still work by plugging it in before you buy!
Want to see more home inspiration? Head over to Kyle’s blog House of Hipsters, or follow her on Instagram and TikTok.
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