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Help me find an alternative light?!

Posted by hobokenkitchen (My Page) on
Mon, Nov 5, 12 at 21:33

I fell in love with this gorgeous semi flush mount Murray Feiss Lucia fixture when I saw it at Kateskouras beautiful home, but we don't have it in the budget. Any less expensive alternatives you can think of? This one is a bit over $400 which is too much for us sadly. : (

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RE: Help me find an alternative light?!

This one is close, but still $315

Here is a link that might be useful: Amazon light


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RE: Help me find an alternative light?!

i saw similar ones on overstock.. i loved them, but DH didn't want crystals. maybe this might work for you?
i was going to get the bronze version of this same light.

overstock also is selling this whole collection named Cartier that is also similar. HTH!

Here is a link that might be useful: overstock crystal light


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RE: Help me find an alternative light?!

willemsen, lol! great minds think alike! I just followed your link to the same Cartier light i posted!
hoboken, o.co is a bit cheaper for that light. i think around $280


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RE: Help me find an alternative light?!

Ha! Comparison shopping right in the thread. Can't beat that!


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RE: Help me find an alternative light?!

That top overstock one is the closest I could find too - I have it in my shopping basket! : ) It matches our kitchen chandeliers. I was just hoping to find something a little closer to the Murray Feiss.... but this is a contender.

The other one is nice too, but for some reason I'm not loving it.


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