It has now been a year since we began picking out finishes for our house – hard to believe it’s gone by so quickly! We were given the option from our builder to choose lighting (and other things) from their standard packages or we could incorporate our own finishes. Lighting is one of the places I chose to go my own route in a couple of places in our house. However, I was on a mission to find lighting that didn’t cost an arm and a leg – not an easy task! I scoured Pinterest and all the trusty home sites and fortunately was able to find some great deals on lighting – both regular priced and on sale! So, I thought I would share those plus a few more with y’all today! So, here’s my round-up of farmhouse lighting, for less!
Let’s start with the entryway lights! While I did end up purchasing number 1, it doesn’t actually hang in our house. I do love it so much though and have thought of summoning the husband to switch out the pendant lights (that I did buy below) for this light. We shall see if that will actually happen. Until then, I will store it and keep it forever. 🙂 I love the sleek, simple design of option number 2 and option number 3 is a great alternative to number 1.
As you have probably seen via Instagram I have a very similar candle abra chandelier in our dining room and I absolutely love it! While this one is currently on sale, it’s still a great find for an 8 light chandelier when regular priced. I just stumbled upon option number 2 and I love this for a lighter option color option that brings in a bit of a wood element.
Option 1 is the pendant lights we have hanging over our kitchen island and I love them. (Just love the idea of the others above a little more now that we’re in). Option 2 is a great alternative to the first if you are not a fan of the seeded glass. Pottery Barn has some bowl type pendants that I have drooled over for years but, I just couldn’t ever justify the price. Especially when you can find such great options like 3 & 4! If you’re looking for a bowl type pendant, you cannot go wrong with either of these options!
I hope that if you’re on the hunt for new or updated lighting options you don’t get discouraged and find these options helpful and leading you in the less expensive direction.