11 Copper Dining Room Light Fixtures Worth Your Hard-Earned Cash

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Creating the right ambience in a dining room is essential, especially if you've got guests over. How do you create it, you ask? Well, with lighting of course! Finding the right fixture for a dining room can be tricky and that's before you've even thought about the style you want. Remember, you need to think about ceiling height, wall space, AND floor opportunities. Regardless of the style or type of fixture that you're considering, if you're looking to make a statement, copper is the perfect way to light your space while adding a bit of glam. Here are 11 of the best copper dining room light fixtures on the market.

1. Tom Dixon Copper Round Pendant, $735

When it comes to dining room lighting, Tom Dixon's large shades are instantly recognizable. This copper shade for one, is just as striking in person — it acts as both a light and a fisheye mirror, reflecting a warm metallic glow across the room.

2. Shades of Light Copper Plated Jar Pendant, $178

Mixing copper with glass offers a subtle approach to the metallic trend, as beautifully demonstrated by this modern pendant. It showcases just enough of the warm finish thanks to a band of copper at the top of the glass shade.

3. Aiden Lane Holtro Pendant Light Copper, $69.99

You can't go wrong with this elegant copper dining room light. The minimal yet eye-catching design — featuring a cylindrical dome shade hung by a thin black wire — is strong enough to stand on its own or as part of a group.

4. UMAGE Clava Dine Lamp Shade in Brushed Copper, $299

The warm metal finish can be retro, too, and we're obsessed with the elegant style of this copper dining room light fixture. The shade features a series of small symmetric holes that allow small streams of light to radiate evenly over the dining room table.

5. IKEA Överud Lamp Shade, $54.99

If an all-over copper dining room light just won't do it for you, try this pendant from IKEA instead. The predominantly white shade showcases just a hint of a copper below the white floral pattern, which is bound to make a statement on its own.

6. Mitzi by Hudson Valley Lighting Carrie 1-Light Polished Copper Wall Sconce, $120

Champion a midcentury modern feel with this simple and stylish wall sconce. The timeless globe-style shade will add a warm glow and cozy feeling to any dining room.

7. Mack & Milo Harmen 3-Light Cluster Geometric Pendant, $111.99

If one pendant simply won't do, try this trio of geometric wire-frame lights as a solution. The open triangular shades work both as decorative dining room lighting and as general mood lifters. Win-win!

8. Rejuvenation Haleigh 16" Polished Copper Dome Pendant, $599

We love Rejuvenation's unique take on this dome-shaped classic. The sleek copper shade is complemented by a brass rod and canopy, which are reflected in the polished metallic finish. The extra detail also adds a bit of contrast and visual interest that will pair beautifully with just about any aesthetic.

9. Mercury Row Westendorf 1-Light Novelty Pendant, $86.99

It's all about organic shapes for 2020, and this sculptural number is hitting all the right notes. The flower-inspired shade features tiers of overlapping "petals" to create a pretty high-end silhouette (although not according to the price tag!).

10. Urban Outfitters Caila Copper Caged Pendant Light, $79

Add a modernist touch to your space with this copper dining room light from Urban Outfitters. Its sleek structural design is a visual treat that can be enjoyed with each and every meal.

11. Article Lissom Floor Lamp, $119

If your dining room has an empty dark corner, consider filling it with a chic floor lamp instead of another houseplant. This gem from Article features a marble base and a flexible neck so you can direct light where you need it most. And bonus: This fixture even looks good when it's not in use.


Emma Jane Palin is a multi-award-winning blogger and freelance writer with a penchant for design and interiors.

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