Worley's Lighting

Ever since I stumbled upon Worley's Lighting shop based in Charlotte, NC, I've been a fan. Artist, Shelli Worley creates some creative and illuminating table lamps that I have a feeling you'll want for your own bedroom or office. 

Shelli is a fan of the edison bulb and many of her creations are built around this well designed light source. She offers the pedestal lamp in dark walnut, oak and gray. 

I love her glass hurricane lamps (pendant or table option), which in most design shops would cost in the hundreds. Shelli sells them for under $70. 

I like her small modern desk lamps which come in four colors, including a bright cherry red. These would look great in just about any room and as Shelli shares, "they make a great night light." Add a dimmer here. 

What would a Southern blog be like if I didn't mention mason jars at least once a week? Shelli offers these mason lights in both the pendant and desk lamp option and with either a vintage clear glass or blue glass.   

Every time I check Shelli's site, she has something new and fun on there, like this chalkboard lamp or these tree branch candle holders. The candles are great for a rustic setting or your everyday porch party as they have a warm tone to them. Once lit, they will make your space super cozy and inviting. See tall and small options here. 

 

Photos: Worley's Lighting   Content: Sweet Peach

 

Enlighten Me...

If you want to spend a little extra money on one item in a room, a well designed light fixture is a safe bet. After all, a pretty and unique light can quickly become the focal point of a room. And since lights have the power to be brightened or dimmed, they also dictate our mood...

Two different light companies have caught my attention on Etsy this week; Worley's Lighting based in Charlotte, North Carolina and Dylan Design Co. of Baltimore, Maryland. It's industrial chic at its best. I really love the pendants with the bright red cords. I just want to design a whole room around the set of three...

This industrial lamp, via Worley's Lighting is made of "sleek metal, finely aged barn wood and topped with a glowing beacon of a bulb." Great piece...

Find this vintage inspired Rocket Lamp with Edison bulb here. And how can you write a Southern design blog and not include mason jar lights? Always a fan favorite.

It's fun to see designers play with the Edison bulb as it's such a great invention. These rustic bookends are made from salvaged wood and would look great in a home office or just the right shelf...

This pair of sweetly rustic lights can work as wall sconces or desk lights. And at $45 per light, it's a great deal. Happy Weekend everyone. I'm hoping to stay in and get some work done, perhaps watch a little Olympics and if we're all lucky here in the South, listen to the rain...

 

Photos:  Worleys Lighting; Dylan Grey     Content: Sweet Peach