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Best Southwestern Style Lighting (Reviews / Prices)

September 27th, 2016 | 1 min. read

By Henriette Rieu

The southwestern style starts with color, color and more color. This style is fun and lively as if a fiesta will break out at any time. 


Heavy wood beams and exposed wooden posts, terracotta floors, colorful mosaic tile and stucco walls and stucco hearths are some of the elements that will be found in the southwestern style.

This style usually includes Navajo, Mexican and Texan influences. You will see images of the Rain God, Sun God, feathers, cactus, yucca plants, horses, clay pottery, cowboys, cowgirls and Native Americans.

Quoizel Chandelier 28”D by 23”H - $630

The Sconce is 5”D by 9.5”H, $136




The chandelier and pendant below would go great in the kitchen above.

Quoizel Alcott 22”D by 25”H Chandelier - $440  

Quoizel Alcott 7” by 10”H adjusts to 54”H - $136


Three pendants would look great over the sink and counter or in front of the window below $146.

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The Quoizel West End 17"D x 6”H semi-flush would look great in the center of the kitchen for $179. The Sunburst and Chiefs head dress ties in with the Southwestern motif. Please see the Kachina masks for good luck and protection below.


Kyle 8" x 10" - $188



Kyle 16" x 10" - $356             



Monterrey Mosaic 8” by 14” - $157



Monterey Mosaic 18”x 11” - $304

Any of the Quoizel above would look great in a Southwestern style kitchen.


Murray Feiss Heritage 3 light 15” by 18” - $225


Heritage Pendant is 9” by 17” - $107


Heritage 5-light Chandelier is 24” by 22” - $349


Troy Chandelier 24" by 26” - $606 

The Wall sconce is 5” by 11” for $198


Emarcadero chandelier 25” by 21/5” for $846 - Pendant $236



Both have a Rope motif for the southwestern look. Notice the totem pole, accent columns that hold up the granite on the island.

Final Thoughts 

All things Native American, Mexican and American cowboy in the prairies and desserts are seen in the Southwestern style. Can you feel the hot winds of the prairies and smell the chili and the tortillas cooking in the oven?

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