Industrial Style Maritime Cage Lighting
Cage lights have journeyed from cabins and cargo bays into our homes. And while historic connections between warehouses and the water make them ideal settings for heavy duty maritime lighting, these shipshape fixtures actually suit any industrial inspired scheme.
You can’t beat a classic balloon cage pendant light. This beautiful copper cage light is at once classic and contemporary, while the dark pewter version has just a touch of copper on the fixture and has a more traditional or vintage appeal.
Industville Orlando vintage balloon cage pendant light in copper, £69, and dark pewter, £59, both Warehouse Home
Meanwhile, these more unusual shaped cage lights can be hung individually or in a cluster, for a slightly different take on the trend.
Industville simple rusty cage wire pendant lights, from £24, all Warehouse Home
For a larger space, these cage pendant lights are 14 inches wide and will certainly make an impact in your interior scheme.
Industville retro enamel cage pendant light in dark pewter and orange, £69 each, both Warehouse Home
If you like these cage lights, you can find even more maritime cage light inspiration in Warehouse Home Issue Three. Thick-set rope and twine complete a look that is timeless and contemporary, nautical and nice!
(Hanging, from left) Shipyard pendant in copper, £486, davey-lighting.co.uk; Vintage ship’s pulley pendant light, £245, homebarnshop.co.uk; Asmara pendant in brass, £225, hollowaysofludlow.com; Flax rope light, £195, conranshop.co.uk; Royal Navy man overboard light, £312, felixlightingspecialists.co.uk; Boatyard pendant in brass and copper, from £65, hollowaysofludlow.com; Royal Navy engine room work light, £260, felixlightingspecialists.co.uk; (On the fl oor, from left) Harbour illumination tripod lamp, £525, loomlightdesign.co.uk sitting on WWII ammunitions boxes, £30 each, retrouvius.com; Ship’s Passage Lamp, £225, theoldcinema.co.uk; Reclaimed mirror polished lamp, £300, elemental.uk.com sitting on WWII ammunitions box, as before; Tied thin rope, from a selection at master-ropemakers.co.uk; Rope spools, from £55 each, homebarnshop.co.uk; Vintage American crate, from £39, theoldcinema.co.uk; (Inside the crate) Rope doorstop, £68, labourandwait.co.uk; Tied rope and loose rope, from a selection at master-ropemakers.co.uk; Vintage wooden crate, as before; Large loose spool of rope, from a selection at master-ropemakers.co.uk; Russian submarine work light, £312, felixlightingspecialists.co.uk; (Leaning against the wall) Kokosha flame proof twin strip light, 132cm x 30cm, £900, loomlightdesign.co.uk; (Against the back wall to the right) Vintage ammunitions chest, editor’s own.
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