Let there be (easy-to-install) light.
A barn-style pendant light so you can add some overhead light to all the rooms the designers of your home incorrectly thought you could do without.
A stick-anywhere motion sensor light bar for illuminating lightless closets and dark pantries without approximately zero hardwiring required.
A rounded wall sconce if your goal is to earn maximum style points with minimum drilling, while holding on to any hope that future-you can get their security deposit back.
A plug-in custom neon sign because what could make a space feel more personal than an Instagram-worthy sign you dreamed up yourself?
Some smart lightbulbs with 16 MILLION color options that you can control with a smartphone or your voice, courtesy of Amazon Alexa or Google Home Assistant.
Remote-controlled LED lighting strips to give any shelf or cabinet in your home the ~glowy~ custom lighting treatment without the custom lighting $$$.
An LED metal sun sconce so you can cross “get wall art” and “buy a lamp” off your to-do list with one plug-in sign.
A handcrafted Turkish mosaic lamp for bringing a bit of light, and a lot of fun color to your space.
An elegant floor task lamp if drilling holes is out of the question, but you’d like to get some couch reading done without hearing your mother’s voice in your head reminding you how reading in the dark will worsen your vision.
A steampunk mason jar table lamp to spruce up that table sitting in the darkest corner of the room with a handmade, functional piece of art.
A three-light crystal chandelier because you’ve already waited through all of childhood to execute your gothic chandelier dreams, and you’re not about to let little things like “renting” and “not being an electrician” keep you from waiting a second more!
A statement-making table lamp that’ll instantly brighten up any room where you can manage to clear enough table space.
A battery-operated motion-sensor toilet light to make your potty feel like a piece of modern art, and end the searing pain of turning on the bathroom lights when you need to pee at two in the morning.
A whimsical string of rechargeable fairy lights so your luminous decor ambitions no longer have to be limited by outlet locations and the desire to not spend your life’s savings on batteries.
A boho hanging basket light for people who can’t stand the look of an exposed cord. Not only is the cord color customizable, but the included wall bracket makes the cord feel much more like a choice and not an accident.
Some adhesive LED color-changing strip lights if you’re all about curating a mood — even when that mood is changing constantly. Fortunately, the only thing between you and custom light configurations is finding the remote…
A pair of adjustable swing arm wall sconces because your bedside table is already cluttered enough without adding a bulky lamp to the mix.
A vintage-inspired cage ceiling light that’ll help distract from all the boring built-in fixtures you’re contractually obligated to not rip out of the ceiling.
A battery-operated ceiling light to get that sleek “I hired an electrician” look and feel without, ya know, actually doing that. Dark stairways, garages, laundry rooms, and pantries are a thing of the past.
A cordless gallery light with three modes so you can ~shine a light~ on your great taste in wall art with an easy-to-mount, rechargeable spotlight.
A plug-in industrial pendant light for a fixture that combines effortless style, function, and the eternal charm of an exposed light bulb.
A multipurpose column floor lamp if your teeny tiny space calls for a piece of multi-talented decor that can simultaneously house your plants and light up the room enough to actually see your plants.
A beyond-adorable giant dumpling lamp that can cycle through seven different colors because there are zero reasons why your next lighting purchase shouldn’t spark the absolute maximum amount of joy possible.
A hanging glass pendant light that’s sleek, low-profile, and will blend into whatever ever-changing decor your indecisive little heart desires.
A metal and rattan sconce and shelf light to finally put your walls to good use (they’re just sitting there idly offering shelter) with not one, but two useful additions in one neat little unit — light *and* storage.
A dimmable plug-in wall sconce so you no longer have to decide between harsh overhead light and complete darkness.