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The best ... hanging lights

... featuring rattan, wrought iron, frosted glass, and carved brass.

Leran Pendant
This pendant’s finely woven rattan shade casts a soft, natural glow.
Price: $90
Contact: Ikea.com
Source: Coastal Living

Outback Warehouse Pendant
This industrial-chic fixture has been a best-seller since first being introduced, in 2008. Available in galvanized metal and other vintage finishes.
Price: $173
Contact: Barnlightelectric.com
Source: Country Living

Carousel Lantern
The “playful glamour” of Old Hollywood inspired the “gold-leaf accents” and red finish of this wrought-iron lantern.
Price: $650
Contact: Curreyandcompany.com
Source: Elle Decor

Banded Medium Pendant
An instant classic, this pendant light has a simple design, tailored edges, and a diffuser along the bottom to eliminate any harsh glare.
Price: $149
Contact: Roomandboard.com
Source: Whole Living

Cloister and Abbey Pendant
“Fanciful Bollywood film sets” inspired this lantern, made with frosted glass and intricately carved brass.
Price: starting at $275
Contact: Archhero.com
Source: Elle Decor

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