[Design Style Spotlight]: Lodge Style
Here at D Bar X Lighting we offer lighting, furniture, and home decor products that span multiple different design styles. In this series of blog posts called "Design Style Spotlight" we'll be showcasing each of the different design styles that our items fall under.
Today we're showcasing some of our stunning Lodge Style items. Lodge Style encompasses all of the elements of a mountain home. When we think of this style, we think log furniture, earth tones, and above all - an antler chandelier!
If you're drawn to Lodge Style, read on to see some of our items that we think you'll love.
We may be biased, but in our opinion you simply can't have a Lodge Style home without a genuine antler chandelier. Our antlers are naturally-shed and of the highest quality. Here are a few of our favorite antler chandeliers, but if you would like to view our full collection click here.
1. ST310 - 1 Tier Mule Deer Antler Chandelier
2. OC330 - Oval Mule Deer Antler Chandelier
The OC330 is similar to the ST310, but is actually an oval shape. This makes this antler chandelier perfect for kitchen tables, bars, or islands.
3. DT320 - 2 Tier Mule Deer Antler Chandelier
A double tier antler chandelier takes you a step above the rest! The DT320 features 10 lights and is the perfect addition to your Lodge Style great room.
These are just a few of the many antler chandeliers that we offer - click here for a full list of our wagon wheel chandeliers: https://www.dbarxlighting.com/collections/antler-chandeliers
1. DX808 - Rustic Lantern Wall Sconce with Natural Antler Hook
The DX808 ties together the rustic flair of an old-fashioned lantern with the beauty of a naturally-shed mule deer antler. This wall sconce is the perfect addition to your Lodge Style home, either indoors or outdoors.
This is just one of the many wall sconces that we offer - click here for a full list of our wall sconces: https://www.dbarxlighting.com/collections/wall-sconces
1. DX815 - Classic Rustic Lantern Bed Light
The DX815 was absolutely designed with log bed frames in mind, but could be installed on some other styles of beds. If this doesn't scream Lodge Style, we don't know what does!