The details are everything. And this that are hand-crafted is totally different from the ones that are massively produced because each piece is made with a lot of dedication and precision making it a very special piece. Handcrafted lighting by Sun Valley Bronze can change the way you see craftsmanship.
The lighting is an essential part of every room in your home and sometimes it provokes a totally different effect when it’s turn on. Its shape, size, and even the materials make the light in your dining room decoration shine differently.
Founded in 1992, Sun Valley Bronze has become a leading purveyor of luxury bronze door hardware, home accessories, furniture, and plumbing fixtures. The company has made a successful foray into lighting with elegant fixtures that follow their commitment to handicraft and technological innovation. The inaugural lighting collection features pendants, sconces, and floor lamps designed in collaboration with industry leaders, such as Interior Design Hall of Fame member Tom Kundig who created the Pulley Pendant and Brooklyn-based design studio Token NYC who created the handmade glass for the Fresnel Pendant.
Shown in a new Polished Silicon Bronze finish, the Hudson Pendant is available in either clear or frosted glass with multiple color cord options. It will transform your dining room lighting decoration in the best way you can imagine.
The Fresnel Pendant features solid bronze castings and handmade glass from Brooklyn-based design studio Token NYC.
Shown in solid cast bronze finish, the Olson Sconce features a rolled-edge fabric shade available in custom colors.
Otto Floor Lamp
Designed by Joshua Commons, the Otto Floor Lamp comes in cast bronze, brass or steel, and includes custom shades and cord colors. How would you prefer your luxury lighting look like?
A modern take on a classic design, the Pulley Pendant, shown here in Raw Steel, operates smoothly on a pulley system and is counterbalanced by a weight. It was designed in collaboration with Olson Kundig Architects principal Tom Kundig. It’s perfect for a contemporary dining room decoration, isn’t it?