Ellen DeGeneres isn’t just interested in buying up beautiful houses, flipping them, and turning them over for profit. In the process of building a covetable real estate portfolio, the comedian picked up a passion for interior design. With pillows, throws, and table linens already under her belt (all available through her home and lifestyle brand, ED by Ellen), the A-lister is venturing into a new genre of home goods: lighting.
In collaboration with Generation Lighting, the host-turned–home renovator just debuted her first-ever lighting collection. Inspired by a “relaxed mid-century” and “rustic modern” aesthetic, the fixtures draw on iconic silhouettes and signature traits of modernist icons. Shoppers can snag the pieces through Clarkson Lighting.
We might not have DeGeneres’s sense of humor or dancing chops, but at least our homes can be as bright as hers. Take a peek at our favorite fixtures below.
A high-design pulley system takes this not-so-ordinary pendant to unparalleled heights.
Flush mounts might not seem like the most obvious way to make a statement, but this slightly futuristic piece makes a case for a level playing field.
As its intergalactic name suggests, this stellar chandelier promises to serve as a soaring focal point in any down-to-earth dining room.
Forget scouring the stalls at your local flea market. Pull off the look of a vintage gem with this cage-like fixture.
A bulb as bright as this deserves a showstopping spot front and center in the living room.
The edgy power couple we can’t get enough of? Black and brass. Embrace this perfect marriage by mounting this striking trio in an empty hallway or home office.
Sconces may be tiny, but the right one can leave a huge impression. This swing arm fixture will extend flexibility and style to any cozy reading nook or corner it graces.
Seemingly inspired by iconic French designer Jean Royère (DeGeneres is known to have a few Royère originals in her own home), this playful floor lamp is sophisticated whimsy at its finest.
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