The Best Lighting Under $100 Our Editors Can't Stop Talking About

Best Lighting Under $100

At the risk of sounding like a broken record, lighting really is the jewelry of a room. Shiny, sparkly and full of light, a great lamp, sconce, or pendant can really add a unique flair to a space, no matter how simple or minimalistic. But here's the thing: lighting can get really, really expensive. Just take an oversize Noguchi lantern for example, or any piece by Lindsey Adelman. That's not to say that we don't dream of one day owning a piece of iconic lighting, but in reality we don't always have thousands of dollars to spend on a single lighting fixture.

All hope is not lost. Some of our favorite retailers have really stepped up the mark recently to come up with unique inventive lighting fixtures that look much more expensive than they actually are. From West Elm to CB2 or Urban Outfitters, it's now easy to shop for affordable lighting. Don't believe us? We handpicked our favorite lighting under $100 to prove it. 

Raw Edge Alabaster Wall Sconce
CB2 Raw Edge Alabaster Wall Sconce $100

This Kelly Wearstler–esque raw-edge alabaster sconce is hands down the chicest lighting fixture you could buy for $100. 

X Lamp
NewMade LA X Lamp $80

This collaboration between NewMade LA and Urban Outfitters is exactly what you need to fuel your midcentury obsession without spending a ton of money. 

Staggered Glass Short Sconce
West Elm Staggered Glass Short Sconce $59-118

Have you ever even seen a more beautiful sconce under $60? This is a classic that will stay in style for decades to come.

West Elm Fabric Geo Shade Pendant $129 $44.99

West Elm recently released a collection of fabric geo shade pendants, which are now on sale for $90. Get them while they last.

Fluted Cylinder Pendant
West Elm Fluted Cylinder Pendant $99 $39.99

Last but certainly not least, we have an obsession for these fluted cylinder pendants from West Elm, which would look insanely chic over a kitchen island (as it would flanking a mirror in your entryway).

And now, these six Etsy stores will fuel your lighting obsession.

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