Shopping for the perfect lighting fixtures can be stressful, with the on-going, new and upgraded elements that have gone into lighting fixtures, it can also be hard to keep up to date. To ease your shopping experience and have it be pleasurable, we’ve taken it upon ourselves to narrow down your search to the top 5 places to shop for your next lighting fixture, where your satisfaction is priority; providing you with countless pieces that range from simple elegance to fancy traditionals. Shopping is a pleasure, so why not make the most of it.


1. Ferguson (New York, NY)

“Whether building a new home, remodeling a current home or simply updating the look of a room, you may spend hours choosing the perfect paint color, floor coverings, window dressings, and accessories. But don't forget the powerful impact lighting can have on the design of a room.”

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2. France and Son (New York, NY)

“Lighting is one of the most important features in an interior space, it can really bring out all the potential and compliment a space, and more! Choosing the right lighting can be difficult, as every room requires a different kind of fixture. You certainly wouldn’t want your kitchen to look and feel like your bedroom! Lighting sets the mood, so it’s important to choose the right lighting fixture.”

Japanese-Inspired Bainbridge Island house dining room and kitchen

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3. Lamps Plus (Los Angeles, CA)

“Lamps Plus was founded in 1976 to give consumers a winning combination of service, selection and value. As the nation's largest lighting retailer, we carry all the top brands alongside thousands of exclusive and patented designs in lighting, home furnishings and décor.”

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4. Destination Lighting (Seattle, WA) “Destination Lighting's commitment to excellence comes from nearly a century of brick and mortar experience. Our rich Northwest heritage dates back to 1917 when Seattle Lighting Fixture Company first opened for business. As the company expanded across Western Washington, and was later joined by Builders Lighting in Idaho, Globe Lighting in Oregon and Meletio in Texas, our commitment to excellence has remained steadfast.”

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5. Lighting Inc. (New Orleans, LA)

“In October 1959, Lighting, Inc. opened its doors on Claiborne Avenue, in New Orleans. Founded by Jimmie Ber and Alvin T. Gibson Sr., it specialized in residential and commercial lighting fixtures. Starting with seven employees, including Ber and Gibson, Lighting, Inc. began a long steady growth.”

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