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Schoolhouse Ceiling Lights

If you want a vintage-inspired light fixture with timeless style, consider choosing from this collection of schoolhouse ceiling lights at Destination Lighting. These classic lights have an understated yet iconic look that's a great match for many decorating styles. In addition, schoolhouse ceiling lights produce a pleasantly diffuse glow that helps to create a relaxing atmosphere. Start shopping now to discover a unique light fixture for your home or business and learn more about how these lights were developed.

The History of Schoolhouse Lights

This classic light fixture style has been around for decades. The original no-nonsense design was designed with practical purposes in mind. The opaque glass globes with a now-iconic flared shape were added to produce softer, more diffuse light than bare bulbs provided. When they first began to appear in the 1920s, schoolhouse lights quickly became a popular choice for any type of space where task or ambient light was required. As the years went on, new twists on the classic design were developed, including special metal fittings, multi-globe chandeliers and hand-painted bands of color on the globe itself.

Schoolhouse Light Styles

While all schoolhouse lights have a retro look, there are different styles to explore before finding the right fit for your space. The opaque, flared glass globe is the most recognizable style, so it fits in well with traditional decor. For a rustic touch, choose a schoolhouse ceiling light with a clear glass globe instead. If you need more light or want a more formal appearance for your fixture, consider getting a schoolhouse light chandelier. To decorate over a kitchen island, work space or other area in need of task lights, choose from our selection of stylish schoolhouse pendant lights that hang down rather than sitting flush with the ceiling. Shop at Destination Lighting today to discover a schoolhouse light that suits your style as well as your budget.