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Light Styles of Santa Fe - handcrafted southwest ceramic lighting

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Light Styles of Santa Fe - handcrafted southwest ceramic lighting

Light Styles of Santa Fe is a family owned and operated business with a long tradition of providing the highest quality service and offering a wide selection of premium quality handcrafted southwest ceramic light fixtures that are custom made in Northern New Mexico.


Light Styles of Santa Fe first started in the Trujillo family home, located in Nambe, New Mexico in 1993.  Stella Trujillo, the founder of this locally owned family business, believed in turning negative events into positive experiences.  In 1993, Stella endured a career layoff and survived two bouts of cancer and emerged from these setbacks thankful to be alive and with a renewed sense of spirit.  Her spirit, drive and the support from her family, friends, and community gave her the strength to begin a new venture that has become a successful and enduring custom ceramic lighting business.

With over 25 years of experience, we truly understand how proper lighting in homes and businesses can enhance anyone’s style of living.  At Light Styles of Santa Fe, we offer an impressive collection of ceramic wall sconces and pendants in different designs, colors, and styles for your indoor and outdoor enjoyment. Whether you’re looking for functional lighting with traditional New Mexico design or a contemporary style, expect to find your light of choice on our website or within our gallery located in Pojoaque NM. 


Our custom ceramic wall sconces can also be found in the Home Depot Stores throughout New Mexico and we are very excited to announce that they are now available in every Home Depot Store in the State of Arizona. If you are shopping at Home Depot in New Mexico or Arizona, stop by the lighting section and take a look at the custom lights we make exclusively for Home Depot.


The next time you are in Northern New Mexico, stop by our gallery and say hi.


Please contact us with any questions or comments




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