The focus of this website is to highlight individual Craftsman, and manufacturers of Mission style lighting, Craftsman style lighting, and Arts & Crafts style lighting and their designs.

We also provide information and links to where Mission style lighting can be ordered.


Welcome To Mission Lighting Online.

Welcome to Mission Lighting Online where information about current Mission style lighting and Craftsman style lighting is highlighted, as well as the Craftsmen and manufacturers of Mission and Craftsman style lighting. In short, we have a strong passion for Mission and Craftsman style lighting and seek to share what we know.

Mission and Craftsman style lighting is a product of the Arts and Crafts Movement, an international design movement that flourished between 1860 and 1910, particularly in the second half of that period, and continuing its influence until the 1930s. It was led by the artist and writer William Morris (1834–1896) during the 1860s, and was inspired by the writings of John Ruskin (1819–1900) and Augustus Pugin (1812–1852). Although the term "Arts & Crafts" was not coined until 1887, when it was first used by T. J. Cobden-Sanderson at a preliminary meeting of the Arts and Crafts Exhibition Society.

The movement developed first and most fully in the British Isles, but spread across the British Empire and to the rest of Europe and North America. It was largely a reaction against the perceived impoverished state of the decorative arts at the time and the conditions in which they were produced. It stood for traditional craftsmanship using simple forms and often applied medieval, romantic or folk styles of decoration. It advocated economic and social reform and has been said to be essentially anti-industrial.

The evolution of Arts & Crafts style in lighting has produced Mission and Craftsman style lighting that is simplistic, straight forward and typified with a high level of craftsmanship and materials.

Today, Mission and Craftsman style lighting is used within a variety of residential applications from the Craftsman style home, Bungalow, and Prairie style home, and Greene & Greene style home, as well as with commercial buildings and municipal environments. Mission style lighting and Craftsman style lighting has a quality of timelessness and is typically available in a wide variety of finishes, glass or mica diffusers.

Examples of Mission Style Lighting and Craftsman Style Lighting.

Mission style lighting and Craftsman style lighting can vary in design, size, material, and finishing. Designs are typically straight forward with common horizontal and vertical lines and minimal ornamentation. Others designs may incorporate common Arts & Crafts thematic elements such as botanicals and icons found in nature. Below are just few Mission style and Craftsman style lighting designs worth mentioning. These examples are on rotation and will change from time to time.

Arroyo Craftsman Kennebec Lighting

The Kennebec Lighting Series by Arroyo Craftsman is a popular lighting design suitable for a variety of architectural styles from the stucco Craftsman style home, Bungalow, or Grand Prairie style building. The wide style roof is slightly pitched with a smaller upper roof portion, providing a degree of accent illumination. The Kennebec Lighting Series is a diverse Craftsman style and is available in a pendant light, wet rated wall mount light, column mount light, and post mount light. There are 2 lantern sizes in the series.

Arroyo Craftsman lighting is hand crafted in California from heavy gauge solid brass sheeting. Arroyo Craftsman lighting is available in a wide variety of metal finish options, as well as glass and mica diffuser options.

The Coppersmith Collection Lighting
By Mica Lamp Company

The Coppersmith Lighting by Mica Lamp Company is a great example of Craftsman style lighting. It is classic turn-of-the-century American lighting design and craftsmanship. Mica Lamp Company follows the same formula as the original craftsman. All parts are made of solid copper, assembled with hand driven copper rivets and finished with a rich natural patina. Mica shade panels are the same natural materials used by the original Arts & Crafts master lampmakers. Mineral mica flakes, combined with organic shellac, make each mica shade unique with its variations of mineral deposit patterns and color tones. The Coppersmith Lighting is available in table lamps, floor lamps, pendants, chandeliers, and wall sconces. There are 2 mica colors to select from.

Arts and Crafts Style Table Lamp.
Tiles By Motawi Tileworks.

This beautiful Arts & Crafts style tile lamp by Schlabaugh & Sons is highlighted with a 4" x 12" Motawi tile. Schlabaugh & Sons is a family-owned woodworking business based in Kalona, Iowa. They have been designing and creating wooden clocks and decorative accessories for over 31 years. Their craftsmanship and attention to detail is impeccable.

As with most of their designs, you can select from cherry, quarterswan oak, or mahogany wood and as many as 4 wood finishes.

Craftsman Style and Mission Style Exterior Lighting By America's Finest Lighting

An American company since 1989, America's Finest Lighting Company is still a family owned and operated business with an old fashioned work ethic. Their product line has grown to well over 700 lighting designs and they are all crafted in their factory located in Orange, CA..

America's Finest Lighting is hand crafted in California from heavy gauge solid brass sheeting and available in a wide variety of metal finish options, as well as glass diffuser options.

Mission Style Lighting Craftsmen
and Manufacturers:

Arroyo Craftsman

Where to order Arroyo Craftsman Lighting and Mailboxes

Mica Lamp Company

Where to order Mica Lamp Co Lighting

James Mattson Coppercraft

Where to order James Mattson Coppercraft Lighting

Craftsmen-Mission Lighting By America's Finest Lighting

UltraLights Lighting

Where to order UltraLights Lighting

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