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About Aidan Gray

Aidan Gray lighting, seating, furniture, table lamps, chandeliers and other decorative accessories all exude a classic European grandeur. Each piece of country-style French furniture is modeled after one-of-a-kind antique originals, using high quality materials -- solid wood, rustic metal, antiqued mirrors, silk -- that ensure they will last as long as the pieces that inspired them. Aidan Gray was founded in 2003 by Randal Weeks, who was working on his MBA when his dream -- and weekend hobby -- developed into a full-fledged company. The care and attention to detail that he transfers to each hand-crafted piece of furniture ensure that they bring a sophisto yet provincial touch to any home.

Past Sales Featuring Aidan Gray

Sale Ended November 06, 2011

Artful Lighting

Unique and handmade: Those two words apply to all the lighting options in this sale. We've collected a wide range of styles, from naturalistic and contemporary (like Jamie Young's oblong Twisted Vine lamp), to traditional elegance (such as Zentique's offerings, all on pottery bases). Or why not customize your own lamp with Europe2You? They offer a selection of jute shades you can pair with hand-blown recycled glass bases crafted from vintage wine jug molds.

Sale Ended June 19, 2012

Home Decor Under $50

Personalize your space without pillaging your checking account: Here, you’ll find Italian glass vases, embellished bowls, candle holders, picture frames, and more — and each one is under $50.

Sale Ended March 26, 2012

The Vintage Office

A beautiful office both inspires and rewards hard work, and these vintage (and vintage-inspired) items — from authentic midcentury typewriters to Holly Hunt’s Industrial Era-reminiscent La Lampe Gras lighting collection — will lend your workspace a stylishly stately tenor that reflects the past. Steel trays, ceramic jars, and framed maps complete this classic picture.

Sale Ended March 24, 2012

Aidan Gray Furniture & Lighting

Classical, sculptural lines dominate this selection of elegant, evocative lighting. We especially love the table lamps with bases that recall Corinthian columns, swags, and other architectural fragments; they work equally well in traditional design schemes and as counterpoints in a modern setting. Complement them with bookishly whimsical accessories (like grammar-card shadow boxes and stencil letter sets) for a vintage-library feel.