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A Softer Side of Bronze

Provided by DRS and Associates

Although brass is the current hot trend in lighting, bronze finishing can add texture and depth to a room’s design. Mixing more subtle elements, such as its a curvy silhouette or a soft linen shade, with a strong bronze finish adds a whole new aesthetic dimension to a design. Here are a few Troy Lighting fixtures that spotlight bronze’s softer side.

 

Mai Tai

  • Interwoven ribbons of flat, handworked iron in textured cottage bronze curve with every piece, creating an intricate motif
  • The handworked attention continues throughout with the loop and detailing in the stem
  • A linen shade within diffuses the light warmly and evenly
  • Offered in three pendant sizes and a coordinating sconce

Kokoro

  • Blends Eastern influence with traditional lighting characteristics for a unique experience in illumination
  • Basket-weave texture challenges the expectations of a rigid metal material
  • Tiered basket is finished in bronze; internal candelabra lighting cluster is finished in polished brass

Tsuki

  • Eastern inspiration manifests in the basket-like handworked iron weave
  • Meticulously handcrafted sphere finished in a Kokoro bronze
  • Candelabra center appears to float effortlessly
  • Optional LED lamping

Alchemy

  • An industrial reconfiguration of the classic rise and fall pendant
  • Iron is textured in vintage bronze to match the saucer-like shade
  • Opal white glass diffuser features a distinct flat bottom encircled by a thick band of handworked iron
  • Weighted wrought iron sphere allows for the adjustment of the height of the light fixture itself

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