CoastalRadianceLites

SeaGlass Lighting Fixtures @ Coastal Radiance Lighting

Tokeland, Washington · 183 Sales

CoastalRadianceLites

SeaGlass Lighting Fixtures @ Coastal Radiance Lighting

Tokeland, Washington 183 Sales On Etsy since 2013

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Announcement   Elegant Artisan lighting Fixtures for your coastal decor; hand crafted with water-tumbled sea glass to capture the serene colors & relaxed mood of the beach

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Elegant Artisan lighting Fixtures for your coastal decor; hand crafted with water-tumbled sea glass to capture the serene colors & relaxed mood of the beach

Allison Hardy

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Allison Hardy

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Capturing an ocean.

In 2012, my husband and I moved to a little place on the Gulf of Mexico. I had very definite ideas about how I wanted to decorate our new house, filling it rattan and bamboo and coloring it with the pale aquas and greens that imitated the Gulf outside. In the process I discovered and fell in love with the colors and textures of beach glass.

But when it came to lighting fixtures to match my coastal obsession, I could find nothing that even came close to my foggy inner vision. I didn't want sea shells and sandy tones- I wanted cool aquas and soft greens and whites. And sea glass seemed to be the idea material.

So I said to myself "Self- you can make something you love!" And after an earlier career of 15 years in the antiques business, specializing in selling and refurbishing antique lighting, it was an easy decision.

So I found some sea glass beads and a pretty frame and made my first sea glass chandelier. And it wasn't... quite right. I't wasn't exactly what I wanted.

But my sister-in-law adored it, so I gave it to her and started another. And then a third. And then a fourth for my other SIL. And at that point I realized "Dang, this is an expensive hobby- I better sell one of these!"

So a wee Etsy store was born.

Since that day and many chandeliers later, we moved from the soft warm breezes of the Texas Gulf to the rugged Pacific coast of Washington state and my beloved husband has passed away. Despite life's changes, I find myself still working with this beautiful sea glass and being grateful that I have a craft that I can practice. God has blessed me

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Shop policies

Last updated on March 19, 2016
Welcome! I hope you enjoy your time browsing my shop. My goal is to bring the beauty and serenity of the seashore into your home with hand crafted artisanal lighting pieces that evoke memories of the sea as well as your particular style.
Whether your decorating fancy is coastal, country or contemporary; whether you live on a beach or in a metropolis you can find something to love here at Coastal Radiance.

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  • Accepts Etsy gift cards
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We want all of our customers to be happy with their fixtures. When you order a custom fixture, although you will pay up front, we will gladly refund your purchase if we can't make the piece to your satisfaction. We will continue to work with you after the piece is installed to make it "just right".
Shipping
Shipping is normally via FedEx. If your home is in Alaska or Hawaii, there is a $30 shipping surcharge and shipping will likely be via USPS.
Refunds and Exchanges
You can return your fixture for any reason at all within 14 days of receiving it at your own expense with no restocking charge. We will of course pay for return shipping as well as refund your original payment if the piece arrives damaged. We would appreciate it very much that you cooperate with filing the insurance claim with our shipper.

The glass pieces and strands are guaranteed for the life of your fixture. If any break at some point in the future, just pop them in the post and we will replace or repair at no cost.
We encourage you to ask for samples of our sea glass if exact color matching is important in your decor, since your computer monitor may convey an inaccurate color depiction.