The owners dramatically transform the kitchen by simply painting every surface, including cabinets, backsplash, walls, doors, trim and even the floor. Replace the lighting with industrial cage lights and, voila, a stunning kitchen remodel for less than $700.
A cluster of wire-cage pendant lights hangs over a dark wood round kitchen table in this cozy Country breakfast nook. The space is filled with natural light, thanks to adjustable plantation shutters. Nearby chalk paint calendars make it easy to keep track of busy schedules.
As seen on season 1 of Tiny Luxury, this 140-square-foot home was filled with high-end, industrial-style caged light fixtures at a fraction of what it would cost to outfit a standard-sized house. Perks!
This neutral family room features forest green decorative crown molding and plenty of windows that flood the space with natural light. A green painted corner table provides a display area for an elaborate wooden bird cage.
The unique sliding glass door creates a boundary between the master bathroom and walk-in dressing room and still maximizes space in this remodeled space. Marine cage lights add to the industrial feel while the large mirror enhances how large the space feels while providing a place to dress and get ready for the day.
Dark wood cabinets and island combine with polished, white countertops creating a formal flair in this contemporary, open plan kitchen. A trio of metal cage, pendant lights and floating shelves are fun and unexpected accents.
Adorned with a graphic wallpaper this eclectic bedroom complete with portrait of Abraham Lincoln features industrial accents and vintage pieces of furniture. The caged industrial light hangs from the ceiling illuminating the vintage chair and glass encased bookshelf.
The biggest splurge of the bathroom's redesign was a pair of vintage barn sconces. Powder-coated in high-gloss fire-engine red and made of steel, the sconces add industrial flair complete with cages to contain light bulbs.
When set against white walls, cabinets and a matching subway tile backsplash, the blue island and black barstools in this kitchen look even more dramatic. Two matte-black caged pendant lights complement the stools and so help tie the space together.