Rejuvenation Desk Lamps
A Rejuvenation exclusive, our Cypress 3-Arm Floor Lamp offers a luxurious take on Northwest Modern design. Geometric lines mix with elegant materials, while articulating shades make it easy to direct light. Perforated diffusers at the top of each shade create a soft glow above, complete with bright, targeted light below. This light was designed in collaboration with Michelle Steinback of Cedar & Moss, a Portland-based lighting designer and retailer. Steinback partnered with our craftspeople to create pendants, sconces, and lamps inspired by Mid-Century elegance. Details You'll Appreciate Streamlined design with luxurious details Articulating, adjustable shades for easy light placement Ideal for bright, directional light Built to order in our Portland, Oregon factory Part of our collaboration with Cedar & Moss
Inspired by an antique design, the McBee accent lamp features a versatile aesthetic and a variety of elegant hues to add a pop of color to your home. Its small size makes it easy to work into your space, plus every piece is handcrafted to ensure optimal quality and durabilty. Steel body; cotton-covered cord Spinning, welding, polishing, painting all done by hand Rocker switch on cord Can be wall hung LED filament bulb included For indoor use (UL Rated Dry) Imported
Embrace the power and beauty of nature with our Stand Floor Lamp. Combining the unique grain of Oak with a white linen shade, this lamp combines nature and balance for a brilliant look to adorn bedsides, living rooms, and reading nooks. Influenced by modern design and the natural world in equal measure, Portland architect and designer Brendon Farrell created the Stand and Stem series as echoes of trees and flowers. Where modernism's point is to strip design to its essentials, he uses nature as a way to redefine what those essentials are. Brass fixture with oak base; linen shade Assembled in USA of domestic and imported parts
Our Lynwood Single Lamp features a brass stem, a moveable shade, and a sturdy base. Brass stem with zinc-alloy swivel joint Imported
This lamp has clean industrial design harking back to Europe in the 1930s. It's also very versatile, owing to its adjustable booms, making it perfect for task lighting, or for two readers in comfy chairs. Steel On-off rotary switch sits on top of each shade Adjustable nuts on the stem allow you to tweak the angle of each arm to suit your needs Imported
From its humble origins in stairwells, sheds, and machine shops - places where lighting needed to be little more than functional - our Baltimore has traveled far. So far, in fact that it now can go anywhere an outlet is nearby. We've made this already versatile design even more versatile with a cord and plug. If you ask us, plug-in pendant lights are just about the smartest thing out there. You can hang them where you like, reposition them when you want, and take them along if you move. 20 feet of twisted cloth cord in your choice of four colors Built to order to your custom specifications in our Portland, Oregon factory 3-1/4" shade holder Max 40W bulb Not UL listed. Swag hook not included Assembled in the USA of domestic and imported parts
Perhaps the original reading light, petite clip lamps like this fixture were often found on music stands and director's scripts through the early and mid-20th century. This tiny edition features the original green-gray baked-on finish, with original reflector shade. Similar to styles made by Moviette, Inc. of New York, New York. Historical Style: Art Deco Condition Notes: Nicely worn original finish – see all photos for details. Bulbs not included.
"Adjustable" takes on a whole new meaning with the Fords Mill 2-1/4" Pin Up. Not only does its curved arm swing from side to side at the canopy, and up and down at the socket, it's also a pin-up. That means you can install the Fords Mill 2-1/4" Pin Up yourself, which gives you the freedom to move it from here to there (and back again if you like). Adjustable wall sconces live at the intersection of utility and style. While their swivel joints and adjustable arms serve a necessary function, they also give the fixtures a handsome industrial look. Solid brass parts Built to order to your custom specifications in our Portland, Oregon factory 2-1/4" shade holder Depending on which finish you choose, your fixture will come with a coordinating black or brown cloth cord Max 40W bulb Suitable for indoor use (UL Rated Dry) Assembled in the USA of domestic and imported parts
Just as it would have been 100 years ago, this lamp is handmade of quartersawn oak from sustainably managed forests in and around Michigan and mica from mineral-rich Asheville, N.C. Quartersawn oak, one of the hallmarks of the Arts & Crafts movement, is obtained by cutting a log at a 90-degree angle from the growth rings, which creates straight parallel lines that run the length of the board. Quartersawn oak is stronger, isn't as likely to warp, and holds finishes better than plain-sawn wood. Handmade exclusively for Rejuvenation in Michigan Oak base and mica shade Two sockets with pull chains Max 40W bulbs
Faries was well known for its line of adjustable and articulated fixtures. The No. 22 model shown here was a table-top fixture designed to allow the socket to be adjusted along the arc of the tubing to any angle. In addition, the vertical stem features telescoping construction to change the height of the fixture. Both adjustments are fixed in place with a small thumbscrew. Industrial elegance at its finest. This lamp has been rewired with antique period-correct sockets and period-authentic twisted cloth cord that moves freely in the tubing as the socket is adjusted. The deep spun brass shade perfectly complete the fixture. A rare and highly desirable table lamp. Historical Style: Industrial Condition Notes: Wonderful wear in the original brass-plated finish. Bulbs not included.
This limited-edition light finds balance in its posture, and beauty in its striking brass build. Equal parts kinetic sculpture and functional luminance, the Luella embraces form, craft, and the harmony between ethereality and our modern surroundings. For this one-of-a-kind light, we worked with JOIN Design, a collective of independent West Coast designers, and collaborated with the local design community to craft something uniquely raw and purposeful. From this collaboration, our Rejuvenation design team took inspiration from components at our Portland factory to create the Luella lamp. Limited edition light; only 50 made Articulating shade counterbalances light in different poses Built in our Portland, Oregon factory Product Specifications Brushed Satin finish Solid brass On-off rotary switch on base Durable cotton-covered cord Includes G25 4.2W (40WE) bulb Assembled in the USA of domestic and imported parts
The Clover is the perfect companion: it fits in just about anywhere and has a great story. It's based on vintage work lights that were used in factories, machine shops, and manufacturing plants. That industrial background comes through in a sturdy base, rotary switch, and wire cage that folds in or out. The charm of industrial design is in its simplicity. Bare sockets and stripped-down parts act as functional ornamentation, resulting in a fixture both timeless and contemporary, appropriate for any space in any home. Tip: Open the wire cage for a flower shape, or close it for an egg shape. Oil-Rubbed Bronze finish only Wire cage included 60W squirrel-cage tungsten-filament bulb included Authentic twisted cloth cord Rotary switch Not UL listed Made in the USA
A go-anywhere, with-anything style, this floor lamp adjusts in height so it can illuminate tasks or provide an ambient glow. To bring you this lamp, we worked with a company that's a lot like us: they've been producing lights for decades, attend to every detail of every piece, and prize authentic, natural materials. We're pleased at the results of our partnership - and hope you will be, too. Antique Brass or Bronze finish Maximum Wattage: 60W T bulb Dimmer switch Imported
Our Grandview Floor Lamp in Aged Brass provides a streamlined update on a 1920s lamp that helped factory workers see the task at hand clearly. It features an adaptable triple-jointed arm, a weighted base that resists tipping, and a felt bottom that won't scratch surfaces. Available in several shade colors, the Grandview Floor Lamp is ideal for illuminating reading nooks and living spaces. Details You'll Appreciate Adjustable to focus light where it's needed Classic metal shades in several color options Weighted base to prevent tipping
Upgrade your space with the modern Meir accent lamp, which features a frosted glass diffuser at the top for a soft, relaxing glow. Clean lines and a fabric shade create a streamlined look, while the handcrafted design means it's made to last for years to come. Steel base; brass body; fabric shade; frosted glass diffuser Bending, welding, polishing, painting all done by hand Dimmable LED bulb included Rotary switch on base For indoor use (UL Rated Dry) Imported
With a sophisticated design combined with technical complexity, the Edendale Task Lamp offers a modern piece that makes a statement. The handblown, spherical shade features an angled cut opening, while the glass base covers the fitter for a graceful, uniform look. The articulating shade adds functionality, plus you can choose from a range of Edison bulb styles for a one-of-a-kind look. This piece is part of our collaboration with glassmaker Nate Cotterman and his partner Uri Davellier. Inspired by his traditional approach to modern glassmaking and design, we created an expanded collection of his original eye-catching Piano Lamp for our Edendale design. Details You'll Appreciate Handblown glass shade with a modern, angled design Articulating shade adds functionality and focused light Designed in collaboration with Nate Cotterman and Uri Davellier for Rejuvenation
Although the Industrial style spans a broad era – ranging from before the turn of the century through the 1940’s—the moniker typically refers more to function than to period. As utility is key, design efforts are focused more on efficiency than ornamentation. Articulating joints, powerful reflector shades, hard-working materials and no-nonsense finishes characterize Industrial-style lighting. From hand-painted illuminated-shade signage to porcelain enamel warehouse pendants, if the first function of the fixture is to assist, it’s probably an Industrial light. Historical Style: Industrial Meanted on the side of a workbench or machine. Adjusco Lighting featured this characteristic joint, allowing the light to point in almost any direction. Comes with original green-painted parabolic reflector shade. Condition Notes: Plenty of wear in the metal and finish – all commensurate with age, character and use. Bulbs not included.
Like an inverted Victorian chandelier, this floor lamp features a canopy-like base, a twisted stem with a reeded ball to break the line and a trio of flared bobeches, which support three lights. The lovely turn-of-the-century styling is just the vehicle, however, for the stunning original Japanned Copper finish, which is complimented by the mahogany turned foot. This floor lamp stands as a charming way to lend period authenticity to a sitting room, library or office. Historical Style: Romance Revival Notes: The arms are level but have become twisted beyond repair (see images)
Following the dazzling worldwide success of the 1925 International Exhibition of Modern Decorative and Industrial Arts in Paris, Art Deco was introduced to the world as the style of the future. Characterized by symmetrical patterns using straight lines and geometry, as well as stylized and angular interpretations of natural forms, Art Deco designers employed a variety of finishes and polishes to affect their distinctive and futuristic designs. Tiered, stacked and elongated architectural forms informed the same massing in lighting, from Sky-scraper shades to Ziggurat finials. While Art Deco lighting was typical in commercial and municipal structures in its day, these impressive fixtures make great focal points for today’s homes of any style. Transitional iterations include Streamline and Moderne – the entire period spans from the mid-1920’s through the early 1940’s. Historical Style: Art Deco / Streamline Tiered, tapered reflector shade, with cast iron base, featuring pencil rests. Condition Notes: Nicely aged original finish, with some nicks and scratches along the base. Bulbs not included.
The utilitarian McCoy was first marketed as an "electrician's supply." We've made it even more functional by giving in a cord and plug, so you can hang it yourself. Your electrician may not be happy about that, but we're certain you'll love the light's go-anywhere adaptability. If you ask us, plug-in pendant lights are just about the smartest thing out there. You can hang them where you like, reposition them when you want, and take them along if you move. 20 feet of twisted cloth cord in your choice of colors Built to order to your custom specifications in our Portland, Oregon factory Max 40W bulb Not UL listed Swag hook not included Assembled in the U.S.A. of domestic and imported parts