Grayfoy shown in polished nickel finish with antique brass accents and lilac glass.

Unexpected Color: Colored Glass and Mixed Metals

Sometimes it’s not just about what room you enter; it’s also how you make your entrance. To that end, we recognize that adding texture and visual interest via mixed metals and glass is as much a part of the decorating and design equation as color selection—which is why our customization capabilities extend to all of those elements, as well. Whether it’s a flushmount or a pendant, a sconce or a lantern, the tint of the glass and sheen of the finish imbues each fixture with its own point of view and personality, and we are proud to bring that vision to life with you. Below, some examples of the ways in which our fixtures become your heirlooms through strategic choices and individual style.

Kardamyli

Alternating panels of lavender glass add a jewel-like glow to entries and hallways.

Kardamyli shown in heirloom finish with lavender glass and milk glass accents.
Kardamyli shown in heirloom finish with lavender glass and milk glass accents.
Kardamyli shown in heirloom finish with lavender glass and milk glass accents. Interiors by Steven Gambrel.

Marlborough

Metallic finishes coupled with a custom-colored backplate transform this sconce into a showpiece.

Marlborough shown in hewn brass finish with antique mirror on cobalt blue glass inlay and partially etched glass.
Marlborough shown in hewn brass finish with antique mirror on cobalt blue glass inlay and partially etched glass.
Marlborough shown in hewn brass finish with antique mirror on cobalt blue glass inlay and partially etched glass.

Lanesborough

Regardless of the combo, this flushmount fixture is a stunning example of how colors and finishes lend big personality to even the smallest room.

Lanesborough shown in antique brass finish with translucent antique mirror on milk glass and translucent antique mirror on cobalt blue glass accents. Interiors by Philip Mitchell.
Lanesborough shown in antique brass finish with translucent antique mirror on milk glass and translucent antique mirror on cobalt blue glass accents.
Lanesborough shown in antique brass finish with translucent antique mirror on milk glass and translucent antique mirror on cobalt blue glass accents. Interiors by Phillip Thomas Interiors. Photography by Michael Mundy.

Pop

This unassuming fixture is proof that a smart mix of color and metallic finish can raise the profile of any design element.

Pop shown in hewn brass finish with antique mirror on cobalt glass inset and Ferrowatt clear bulb.
Pop shown in hewn brass finish with antique mirror on cobalt glass inset and Ferrowatt clear bulb.
Pop shown in hewn brass finish with antique mirror on cobalt glass inset and Ferrowatt clear bulb.

Grayfoy

Suspended in triplicate over this kitchen island, these glowing globes shine all the brighter through tinted glass.

Grayfoy shown in polished nickel finish with blackened pewter accents and lilac glass. Interiors by Daher Interior Design. Photography by Michael J. Lee Photography.
Grayfoy shown in polished nickel finish with antique brass accents and lilac glass.
Grayfoy shown in polished nickel finish with blackened pewter accents and lilac glass. Interiors by Daher Interior Design. Photography by Michael J. Lee Photography.

Beyond colored glass, we can also bring color to life in our collection through our innovative paint and powder coat process, COM shades, even custom colored cords. For further color inspiration, discover ten of our favorite hues, all of which, through the years, have become signatures.