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DwelLED by WAC Lighting | Design Matters by Lumens

DwelLED by WAC Lighting

The move toward energy-efficient LEDs is nothing new, but we love to see the new ways they continue to be used. An LED light isn’t really just about using a certain type of light source, and more and more brands are backing up and starting from the beginning when it comes to using LEDs. That means¬†designing the whole fixture around it, making sure it enhances (and is enhanced by) the design itself.

Enter the new dwelLED collection from WAC Lighting. These decorative fixtures were designed with LEDs in mind and are meant to integrate in a variety of spaces: indoor or outdoor, modern to transitional, reading lights to pendants. And they’ve all been built especially to use warm, white light from LEDs.

Here’s a look at a few of our favorites from the dwelLED collection:
Rocket dwelLED Pendant by WAC Lighting

Rocket dwelLED Pendant: Not only do we love the sleek metallic finishes (brushed nickel, chrome and light bronze), the conical body gives it a retro-esque silhouette. We’d love these over a kitchen island for bright LED task lighting on the surface below.

Flip dwelLED Swingarm Wall Sconce

Flip dwelLED Swingarm Wall Sconce: Bold and simple, this wall light references the tenets of Bauhaus design. The engineering of the design is highlighted as much as its sleek angular aesthetic, with a flip-fold functionality that folds neatly agains the wall when not in use. When you need it, the extendable arm swings out and the head pivots to configure for reading or task lighting.

Tao dwelLED Indoor/Outdoor Wall Sconce

Tao dwelLED Indoor/Outdoor Wall Sconce

Tao dwelLED Indoor/Outdoor Wall Sconce: This architectural piece is durable enough for indoors and out, with a simple rectangular frame that showcases a slim window for light to wink through.

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