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About Candice Olson

Classic design, reinterpreted: that’s the Candice Olson way. The Canadian designer, star of HGTV series “Divine Design”, has implemented her design practices in one of the most functional ways possible: by creating furniture, bedding, wallpaper, fabrics and lighting that allow ardent fans (and anyone with good taste) to bring her work into their bedrooms, bathrooms and kitchens. Think clean lines, a pared-down aesthetic and traditional forms revitalized to feel fresh and contemporary, for furniture that will make your home feel both current and timeless.

Past Sales Featuring Candice Olson

Sale Ended January 28, 2013

Timeless Lighting

No room’s complete without inspired lighting, and these illuminated finds will add high style to any room. The focus here is on the basics: smart designs you can live with everyday. You’ll find overhead, floor, and table options; each one possesses a contemporary-yet-timeless aesthetic.

Sale Ended December 13, 2013

Candice Olson Lighting

If you covet the inspirational yet accessible rooms on HGTV’s "Divine Design with Candice Olson," then you’ll love the Canadian designer’s lighting. All effortlessly blend a classic sensibility with contemporary edge.

Sale Ended January 25, 2010

Candice Olson Lighting - 01/21/2010

Lamps and chandeliers by Candice Olson, star of HGTV’s <i>Divine Design</i>, can brighten up a room in more ways than one. These get-noticed floor and table lamps – with details like abalone-shell shades and hand-blown, amber-swirl glass bases – will highlight your great taste. Expect to get compliments on the oil-rubbed bronze Simplicity chandelier, which has a great modern-vintage feel that complements any decor.

Sale Ended July 06, 2013


Lighting can make or break a room's design cred. And we’re not just talking about a soft, functional glow — the right design can pull a space together. We’ve assembled some of our favorites here — all at a fraction of their original price — so you can light up your design without darkening your financial picture.