Tuesday, December 29, 2009

Angie's lamps.



Dizzy with love for these lamps. Where does she find them?







You can see Angie Hranowsky's work HERE.

21 comments:

mold inspections five boros said...

All the lamps are beautiful and the placing is also done superbly.

nameisgrace said...

what beautiful images!!! just wanted to stop by and say hello. i'm a new follower and couldn't be more thrilled. Happy holidays!

Jeannine @ Small and Chic said...

I scored a PAIR of the lamps that look like the one in the first picture. I got them on Craigslist for $15. I snapped them up after seeing Caitlin Creer blog about getting one off ebay for a client.

I'm not sure what to do with them at this point! If you want to check them out, here they are: http://smallchic.blogspot.com/2009/10/my-craigslist-find.html

Anonymous said...

http://www.swanklighting.com/

Anonymous said...

love the yellow (so fresh!) and the pink. think i'll have a second cup of coffee and go over her site...

Laurie Jones said...

I've had Angie's website in my bookmark forever and with good reason, her style is killer!

SGM said...

I moan with pleasure at this post! Lamp fetish for sure. I have the first lamp in green, ebay for $35 a few years ago. Angie makes me want to spray paint that sucker.

(p.s. I removed the wood part, bought a smaller shade, and like it even better.)

reclamationdesign@yahoo.com said...

Oh my God. Yes, yes, great lamps. But who is this Angie Hranowsky person? Those rooms -- EVERY ONE OF THEM -- are beautiful, incredible, luscious, yummy ... Those colors, the flow of the rooms, the combination of warmth and vigor. I want to be there. I want to marry her. Or maybe I could just BE her.

Katherine Lee said...

those are lovely, and i do love the placement as well. thanks for sharing her beautiful work!

xo katherine aka. urban flea :)
http://www.urbanfleadesign.net

sotto cenere said...

www.145antiques.com perhaps

i suwannee said...

man she's fun. some are bungalow 5

Jules said...

The yellow one is vintage. My husband bought the exact same lamp in brown last year (with the original shade) at a Salvation Army for...$10? I can't remember. We love it and have it in the living room.

mary said...

Not only are the lamps fantastic, this lady really knows COLOR. The lamps can be found at good antiques and design shops and web sites. But go for the real thing, as lamps do make a statement.

Anonymous said...

I have the yellow one in a blue-green glaze. It was a yard sale find.

Ivy Lane said...

Nice!

michael said...

how crazy...we also have he yelow lamp in a blue/green color!

http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?pid=30832060&op=1&o=global&view=global&subj=1213332993&id=1010467202

Lune vintage said...

I have a lot of luck with vintage lamps, currently own 6 amazing ones. I hardly ever see a new lamp I like. I wonder if some of her's are vintage?

Shelley said...

The best lamps I have and have always had were found at estate sales or antique stores.

Michelle (Three Men and a Lady) said...

I just love this post. I just scored a pair of the same exact yellow lamps your have featured and blogged about them today:

http://windhula.blogspot.com/2010/01/thrift-store-lamps.html

Thaks for the inspiration!

Cindy Robison said...

I like the chandelier in the second photo. It looks like airy fabric wrapped around wires. These lamps are beautiful, clean curves, and nice colors.

My favorite is victorian. I know, not in style right now; but I still love um!

Jen of Made By Girl said...

Looking for office inspiration...I bought a little lamp for my desk and am still trying to DECIDE what COLOR to paint it.

Jen Ramos
www.madebygirl.com
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