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Originally published Friday, November 22, 2013 at 10:15 AM

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Craftsman fixture could be the light of your life

The fixture was originally purchased from the lighting and home-furnishings store Rejuvenation. In the midst of a remodel, some Queen Anne homeowners brought theirs to the RE Store.


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HOLIDAY ENTERTAINING is upon us — as is the extra holiday spending. Brighten up your dining-room table while keeping some cash in your wallet with a hanging light fixture from the RE Store.

This Craftsman-style fixture was originally purchased from the lighting and home-furnishings store Rejuvenation, which still sells the piece for more than $1,000. In the midst of a remodel, some Queen Anne homeowners brought theirs to the RE Store because it no longer fit with their décor. The RE Store will sell the like-new piece for less than half of the original price, at $500.

The RE Store’s outreach and marketing manager, Bray Hayden, was happy to see the fixture brought to a place that could give it a new home, rather than send it to a landfill. The RE Store is a place not only to find salvaged goods, but also to bring your unwanted items to be recycled, she says.

This fixture has a variable height to suit your space, and its green-glass shades can be swapped out to match your color scheme. Use it to add ambience to your home for the holidays.

Dimensions: 64 inches wide, adjustable height from 27 to 45 inches, shade height is 6 inches

The price: $500

Find it: The RE Store, 1440 N.W. 52nd St., in Seattle; online at www.re-store.org

Paige Collins is a Seattle Times news producer. Lindsey Wasson is a Times staff photographer.



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