I have shared on more than one occasion, the great steals and deals that I have found at Bargains and Buyouts over the years, but today we’re going to do a little comparison shopping and talk about lighting – with five popular style that I discovered at deep discounts. One of my home goals for this year was to update some of my lighting, and we all know that lighting isn’t cheap. But, with the help of Bargains and Buyouts, you can still update your home without breaking your budget.
Option #1 – French Chandelier
There are a lot of options available, that can fit in with just about any decorating style. Take a look at this French antique-style chandelier. Beautiful, yes? It’s available at Overstock.com for $336.99,
Here is a similar chandelier from Bargains and Buyouts.
The price? $200.00 But wait! Their lighting was HALF OFF while I was there, which means this chandelier was only $100. Do I need to say it again? $100.00.
Option #2 – Glass Lantern
We had one of these in our last house, and bought it from Pottery Barn, if memory serves. Here it is on Overstock.com for $157.49.
Here is a similar chandelier at Bargains and Buyouts for $118.00, but again, it’s half price, making it $59.
Option #3 – Edison Style Chandelier
I know that fixtures featuring Edison style lightbulbs are all the rage right now, and this one definitely makes a big statement for $674.99.
Here is the Bargains and Buyouts Edison-style chandelier for $604.00 – with the half price markdown, we’re talking $302.00, people.
They also offer a smaller version like this one:
At Bargains and Buyouts, you can get it for $150.00 – marked down another 50% to make it just $75!
Option #4 – Metal and Wood Chandelier
This metal and wood chandelier from Overstock is available for $299.99.
Here is the Bargains and Buyouts option – for $200.00 – with 50% off, making it $100.
Option #5 – Drum Shade Chandelier
I can’t find this drum shade chandelier, but it caught my eye, as I’ve been in the market for some updated lighting in my own home. The price tag was $75 (which I thought was a good price, before I even realized that the light fixtures were 50% off). So, I got this beauty for just $37.50.
My husband finally got it installed, and I love how much it updates our breakfast area. Really, you forget what a huge impact lighting can have, until you do it. And it’s even nicer when the you get the lighting on sale.
Here is a shot of my breakfast nook from awhile back. I’ve never been a big fan of this light fixture, but it honestly, it hasn’t been a big priority.
But new lighting really changes up the whole look of the space, doesn’t it? Considering the only other change to this space is the wall color. (Looking at this picture, I think I need a rug in here. And I probably should refinish the table and chairs.) My no-sew faux roman shades are still in here too. 🙂
And it gives off a nice, soft light too.
Not bad for under $40, don’t you think? Just remember, discount lighting doesn’t have to mean “cheap”.
I’m also loving my new vase from Homegoods, filled with some pretty hydrangeas from the yard.
Are you in the market to give your lighting a lift? If you’re in the Dayton/Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky area, check them out. Heck, even if you’re not in the local area, they’re worth the trip! They currently have two locations:
5150 Glencrossing Way Cincinnati, OH 45238
50 Eswin St Cincinnati, OH 45218
This is a sponsored post for Bargains and Buyouts, but all opinions are my own.
PatriciaOctober 3, 2016 at 6:53 pm
I love these posts – very helpful ! Do you have a ‘preferred’ location if I don’t have time to visit both ??
Thanks for all the great info always !
JennyOctober 4, 2016 at 12:25 pm
They’re both great, but I think the Green Hills location, while smaller, is less known and as a result has different items and might offer an opportunity for better deals. But, the Western Hills location is larger, with more stuff, and is easier for me to get to from home. So, there are pros and cons to both!
Jennifer @ Decorated ChaosOctober 3, 2016 at 10:27 pm
Love that new lamp!
CarleySeptember 3, 2017 at 4:01 pm
I’m so in love with that drum chandelier! Any chance you’ve found it or one similar anywhere?
JennySeptember 7, 2017 at 9:14 pm
I see drum chandeliers around, but haven’t found one exactly like mine. Try Lamps Plus or even Shades of Light (both online) – they have a huge selection.