Spotlight on Biltmore Collection

As a company proud of its North Carolina roots, we were thrilled to collaborate with one of our state's most famous landmarks, Biltmore, in creating a collection of stunning pieces for your home.

Known as America's largest home®, Biltmore is an icon that has been a hallmark of design and style for more than a century.

When designing our exquisite Biltmore Collection, we drew inspiration from the unique details of George and Edith Vanderbilt's elegant home, with the goal of creating pieces with the same beauty, quality and craftsmanship that have drawn visitors to Biltmore for decades.

Learn more about the design process for this collection in an exclusive behind-the-scenes video from the day we shot the product photos.

We invite you to view the entire collection in our online catalog and enjoy a closer look at a few of our favorite pieces below.

Lila

Our Lila Lamp, which is named in honor of one of George Vanderbilt's sisters, is inspired by the ornate carved ceiling design in the Billiard Room and adds a graceful note to your decor.

Cornelia

The Cornelia Lamp's detailed texture is inspired by the fine wood carvings, subtle color cues and richly-patterned ceiling in the Oak Sitting Room, a private sitting room for Mr. & Mrs. Vanderbilt.

Olmstead

Named for Frederick Law Olmstead, the landscape artist who designed Biltmore's gardens, this lamp recalls the textures of the Library Terrace wisteria vines to present natural beauty in a new light.

Imperial Dragon

The dramatic stone dragon-fish fountainhead in the gardens of Biltmore inspired our designers to capture classic elements, as shown in our Imperial Dragon Lamp, for modern homes.

May the Biltmore Collection by Wildwood Lamps & Accents inspire you.