In 2020 we purchased a nearly 100 year old Tudor home and started renovating it in 2021. In November 2022, we moved into the home. This post shares details of most of the lighting in our new-to-us home.

In November 2022, we moved into the nearly 100-year-old Tudor style home that we purchased with the intention of restoring in August 2020. At the time, Marie was just 4 months old and it “wasn’t the right time” to buy this home, but the opportunity was amazing. I’ve posted some of the renovation process on social media and I’ve received numerous questions about sources for specific selections, such as lighting. Thankfully, we were able to keep two original light fixtures and find many new light fixtures that coordinate with the traditional style of the original lights. I’ve linked most of the lights throughout the house.

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Jacqueline Flush Mount

Montmarte Chandalier

Alice Lane Swing Arm Sconce

Darlene Medium Fancy Lantern in Gilded Iron

Flea Market Lantern in Gilded Iron

Fluted Horn Single Sconce in Brass

Paris Flea Market Small Flush Mount in Antique Burnished Brass

Piedmont 4-Light Lantern in Antique Bronze (it looks black)

Scallop Daisy Shade Sconce in Antique Brass

Ellery Gros-Grain Bow Small Sconce in Soft Brass

Lucia Medium Tail Sconce in White and Crystal

Vendome Single Sconce in Hand-Rubbed Antique Brass

Raffia Sconce Shade you can choose the accent color

Savoy House 13″ Cameron Wall Sconce in Warm Brass (we swapped the shade that this light came with for the raffia shade linked above)

Mitzi Leigh Wall Sconce in Pink and Aged Brass

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