Lighting Solutions to Suit any Décor
A Simple Way to Make a Big Impact.
Lighting has the ability to make a big impact in two ways: the fixture itself is a design element, and also the light that it casts can greatly affect the look and feel of a room. Best of all, because changing a light fixture is a relatively quick and simple project, you can dramatically transform your space in no time. At The Door Store, we have a large collection of antique lighting, from elaborate oversized crystal and wrought iron chandeliers to traditional wall sconces and streamlined industrial fixtures.
A Splash of Elegance.
Brilliant and dramatic, crystal chandeliers are a classic choice that will never go out of style. Toronto’s top designers have been coming to us for years as their source for these luxe fixtures that look great in any décor. While our oversized chandeliers are a natural for dining rooms and front hallways, we also carry smaller, more delicate pieces that look lovely in powder rooms, bedrooms, or anywhere that needs a dash of sparkle.
Back to School.
Schoolhouse lights, with their creamy milk-glass shades, were ubiquitous in institutional buildings like libraries, courthouses, hospitals, and of course schools from the 1920s straight through to the 60s. Because they spanned such a vast era, they were made in a countless number of styles, from the iconic traditional shades to some stunning deco designs. They’re now a favourite in home kitchens and hallways as well as restaurants and loft spaces. We always have a great selection of schoolhouse lights in tons of sizes, styles and finishes.
In the last few years we’ve sold hundreds of fixtures salvaged from old warehouses and factories. Fixtures like corrugated glass and brushed steel Holophanes or explosion-proof lights with green or white enamel shades that were salvaged from an old paint factory. Sleek, sturdy, and unabashedly utilitarian, these lights have been snatched up for use in kitchens, loft spaces, restaurants and night clubs – anywhere that’s calling for a departure from traditional residential lighting.