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Kalalou pendants and fixtures bring whimsy and intrigue to your decor

22 May

Many customers in search of chandeliers and pendant fixtures tell us they’re looking for something different. “Different how?” we ask. When they can’t quite put their thoughts into words, we point them to our Kalalou collection. Kalalou is a Mississippi-based company with a quirky sense for the unusual, and an uncanny eye for shape and […]

Can’t wait for daylight savings time?

06 Mar

Daylight Savings Time has come early at the Newburyport Lighting Company. At our new closeout section in the rear of our waterfront retail showroom, you can get great savings on lighting fixtures from top manufacturers such as Hubbardton Forge, Holtkoetter, Hudson Valley, Country Traditions, Laura Ashley, and more. Items in the closeout section are constantly […]

Check out our new collection by Jamie Young

21 Feb

With all the gloom of winter chipping away at our psyches, we couldn’t resist hanging a collection of newly acquired Jamie Young pendants. These gorgeous seeded glass fixtures provide their own version of daylight savings, capturing whatever source of external light exists and glowing from within courtesy of a standard 60-watt bulb. We love the […]

Don’t think small when buying a dining room chandelier

21 Feb

When buying a chandelier for the dining room, most consumers think too small. Ask a lighting professional and they’ll tell you that size really does matter when it comes to providing the function and the form that makes an overhead fixture a winner. What is the right location for a chandelier? Traditionally, chandeliers were placed […]

Big, round lighting fixtures put traditional chandeliers in a different kind of light

17 Sep

If you’re looking to replace an existing chandelier or install a new fixture in your home, don’t be a square. Large-scale orbs and globes are part of the big new trend in eye-catching overhead fixtures. Depending on the size of your room, you can either go for a single fixture — typically 20 inches or […]