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Authentic Maritime Lighting
Repurposing Ship Lights. Select from a wide variety of salvaged nautical sconces, passageway lights, ceiling pendants and more. Make a stylish, seaside statement by adding one of our coastal home lighting fixtures to any room in the house - inside or out.
Most ship salvage lights can be ordered as is or we can have them wired for you. Brass or Aluminum or sometimes a mix of the two are the classic finishes found on our ship salvage lighting.Shop Nautical Lighting
No Beach House or Coastal Design is complete without Nautical Room Lighting! Find the perfectly unique pieces to pull any room (indoors & outdoors) together with our wide selection of nautically inspired lighting. From the dining room to the kitchen to your outdoor spaces, all of your room lighting choices can be found right here, and you can style your coastal home with confidence. Between driftwood fixtures, brass lights, nautical track lighting, floor and table lamps, and beyond, we have nautical lighting to suit any style of coastal decor. With the perfect combination of natural, industrial, seaside, and coastal elements, you can find all the unique pieces you are looking for.
How should I install my Ship's passageway sconce lights?
Sconce lighting best suits passageways, flanking a piece of art or a mirror on a focal point wall/in the bathroom. Sconces look great on the exterior of the home to illuminate the entrance. If you have interior wall sconces, a good placement is to mount them to accent art or mirrors is 6' above the finished floor when when the ceiling is 8'. For 9' plus, mount them an extra 6 inches.
What's better - Aluminum or Brass?
Brass is a hard metal that holds up well in all environments and is made from a combination of copper and zinc. Brass will “patina” or turn darker over time as it is exposed to the elements, but it will not corrode and is a great option for outdoor and landscape lighting. Aluminum fixtures are not designed to last for a long period of time outdoors without necessary maintenance. Over time, the aluminum will oxidize and the paint will fade quite a bit. Aluminum doesn’t hold up well around salty air, sea air and will corrode over time and is not recommended for close to the beach/coastal applications. Brass is a hard metal that holds up well in all environments and is made from a combination of copper and zinc. Brass fixtures will last for many years and will require less maintenance.
If I use Nautical Lights, should I use them everywhere?
Lighting does not need to match throughout the home although it's best to maintain a few finish choices and not mix too many. For instance, if the table lamps are nickel and glass, maybe keep nickel as the finish on the pendant and chandelier. Keep a theme or style consistent if you do mix metals and materials often.