Wildwood Lamps and accessories are a smart choice if you are looking for modern contemporary decor and lighting with excellent standards and unusual designs. The company has its roots in a retail furniture store founded in 1900 in North Carolina. Later, the family business started to create hand-crafted and customized lamps for customers, and by the 1980s these Wildwood lamps were being sold in many other stores. The company now designs floor lamps, table lamps, chandeliers, pendant lamps and wall sconces. It also creates a wide selection of decorative home accessories, including wall decor, mirrors, screens, and occasional furniture.
The styling of Wildwood Lamps products falls into various categories and collections including Coastal, Southwest, High Country, Italia, Discovery, Casual and Studio W.
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We know that the Biltmore collection will attract the attention of our customers who enjoy refined style. Biltmore collection lamps draw from the classic decor of the Biltmore House and Gardens Estate in Asheville, North Carolina. The 250-room Biltmore House is a National Historic Landmark built in 1888 and the enormous house is inspired by the architecture of French Renaissance châteaux in the Loire Valley. The furnishings in this magnificent house are timelessly elegant, and the distinctive Wildwood Lamps Biltmore collection reflects that aesthetic. For example, you will admire the grand gold chandeliers with sparkling drops.
Whether the piece you choose is crafted in German lead crystal, Japanese porcelain, Italian metal, or brass, alabaster or iron, you can rest assured that the piece you select is hand-crafted from assembly through hand-polishing, painting, and distressing for an aged look. Ornately embellished lamps boast hand-finished mountings and many different types of lamp shades so you can find exactly the right match for your home.
If you want to give a very personal touch to your modern contemporary decor, you will find something to celebrate in the Wildwood lighting and home accessories collections.