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Disappearing Act: The Beckett Lighting Line by Darryl Carter

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Jan 07, 2014 01:04 AM
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by Julie Carlson last modified Jan 06, 2014

Sometimes less is more when it comes to lighting. Meet the simple Beckett lighting line from Washington, DC, interior designer  Darryl Carter , which looks mod now (and will not look dated in the future). It's his latest design for Urban Electric, a South Carolina company specializing in bench-made lighting fixtures with classical profiles. Above: The Beckett wall sconce  installed in Darryl Carter's Washington, DC, shop (located at 1320 Ninth Street NW). Above: Another view of the Beckett wall sconce (we like the exposed electricals), which measures 16 inches wide and 4.5 inches high;  base list price $850. Above: The Beckett wall sconce is ideal as a photo or art illuminator. Above: The Beckett Single in situ. Above: The Beckett Double is 50 inches wide and 36 inches in height; available in a variety of finishes starting at $2,750. Above: The Beckett Single is 48.25 inches wide and 36 inches high; available in a variety of finishes, including blackened steel and antique gilt starting at $2,750. We've been Darryl Carter fans for a while now; see all our posts on the dashing designer here .






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