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Come by and see our location in the Design District. Together with Uncommon Market, we have purchased a large 44,000 square foot warehouse building that houses both Uncommon Lighting and Uncommon Market. The best of both custom reproduction and antique lighting, furniture and accessories, all in one huge space! The same great friendly atmosphere and staff!


Our quality of custom reproduction and antique lighting and accessories are top in the business. We offer beautiful products at affordable prices. We are here locally in Dallas, TX  and are privately owned. We take great pride in everything we make.
  
Aside from the custom reproduction and antique light fixtures, lanterns, sconces, and floor lamps, we also offer custom fire screens, mirrors, beds, tables and accessories of all kinds.

Please check out our YouTube video to see what may be in store for you.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w9rBEI90xkw


100A Riveredge Dr, Dallas, TX, 75207 * Tel: (214) 871-3334 * Fax: (214) 871-3335

Uncommon Lighting - Antique and Custom Lighting


Store Hours:

Monday - Saturday

10:00 AM - 5:30 PM



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We will be CLOSED

on THANKSGIVING DAY

Nov. 24, 2016.

Please have a safe holiday!

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We will be CLOSED

from Dec. 24 - Dec. 31, 2016

for CHRISTMAS HOLIDAYS!

Joy to the world and Peace to everyone! 

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CONTAINER HAS ARRIVED!

Our long awaited container arrived at our store on Nov. 1st!  Light fixtures, Faux Bois, furniture and accessory items from France, Belgium, and Holland! 


Laura Mayborn in Dallas, TX on Houzz

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We are proud to announce that thanks to all of our loyal customers, we are expanding our ownership of Uncommon Lighting to also include Uncommon Market. We hope to continue the tradition of great business as we take on this exciting new venture.





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