Rejuvenation has been killing it lately. Their catalogs are chock full of inspiring interiors and yummy new light fixtures along with vintage inspired hardware and home goods. I’ve been a huge fan for over ten years and used several of their fixtures while remodeling my house in Pennsylvania. When the latest catalog arrived this week, it did not disappoint. I’ve pulled together a roundup of some of my favorite new items.
First up, the Dyer cabinet knobs are so on trend with their two tone finishes. Also available in polished nickel, I love the brass finish in all three versions. I’m bookmarking these for my future kitchen remodel.
The cover of the catalog featured their new Hazel lighting collection – ceramic and brass fixtures available in mix and match combinations. There are two pendant styles which come with the textured matchstick shade shown below or in a smooth shade. The lower and upper portions of the shade can be customized in ivory, gray, charcoal or terra cotta. I really love the ivory on ivory, but the gray is also very pretty.
The Cypress collection by Cedar and Moss is equally fabulous. There are several styles of fixtures available, and the shades are customizable in brass, dark bronze and white. I think I need this chandelier for my dining room.
This double swing arm sconce is also available in a plugin version so you can add one easily without calling the electrician. These could be great in a bedroom or a living area where light is needed by floor space is tight.
This photo better illustrates the scale of the swing arm sconce and shows the other sconces available. The smaller sconces would be really cute in a children’s bunk room.
Finally, I really like the clean lines of the West Slope bathroom accessories collection. It comes in two finishes – polished nickel and aged brass. I wish these had been around when we were remodeling our bathroom last summer.
Rejuvenation’s designs are unique and timeless and their quality is outstanding. I remember being so impressed when I unpacked their fixtures. They were vintage reproductions that I ordered to fit with my 1922 house, and they felt solid and heavy just like the originals would have.