Design

November 25, 2021
With only one foot in the doorway, you can smell the aromas of a blueberry cobbler baking away in the oven; you can feel the warmth that coming home is all about. Rustic farmhouse style sets out to achieve this rich and inviting atmosphere from your very first step inside. Emphasis is placed on natural beauty through architecture, décor, furniture, and fixtures. This guide will explore the best of these fixtures, and shine the light on other specific characteristics of rustic farmhouse style.
November 18, 2021
A dining room is a multipurpose space. People use it for paying bills, doing homework and even an ad hoc work office if need be. The point is that it is not just a space for eating or throwing dinner parties. This being the case, choosing lighting can be just as much a functional choice as a style and design decision. We have put together a helpful guide for what you should consider in order to make full use of such a central room in your home.
November 4, 2021
There are many folks who would argue that the living room is in fact the most important room as opposed to the dining room. I would definitely agree that the living room is certainly as versatile. So if you have put together a wonderfully stylish living room displaying all your eclectic designs and possibly even artistic work, what is the point if you can’t see it for half or more of the day? Let us help you light up the life of your living room.
October 20, 2021
When it comes to kitchen lighting ideas, there are all kinds of options. Do you go with a pendant? Track lighting? Recessed lights? In this post, we’ll break down some of the most popular kitchen lighting fixtures and the benefits of each lighting type.
October 6, 2021
When choosing lighting for your entryway you must take several factors into consideration. First of all you want to decide the type of lighting you want and why. Are you looking for a chandelier to make a design statement right away? Do you want to try something more traditional with your foyer lighting like wall sconces?
April 26, 2021
Who doesn't love their very own home theater or media room right in their home? Whether it's in a back den, tucked in the basement, or part of your living room, you can always retreat to your personal movie theater to get lost in your favorite movie. Reclining in a comfy chair with movie posters adorning the walls, it doesn't get any better than that. Don't forget the popcorn!
March 29, 2021
Rolling hills of green, Sangiovese grapes, the Leaning Tower of Pisa, and Italian romance are perhaps some of the beautiful images that dance around the thought of Tuscany. Tuscany is located in central Italy and is home to about 3.75 million people. While Tuscany may feel like a dream that you have yet to explore in the flesh, there are certainly ways to bring Tuscan style into your own home. Along with discovering the difference between Mediterranean style and Tuscan style, this guide should help you to find inspiration for bringing Tuscan style lighting to brighten your villa.
March 16, 2021
Did you know that electricity for lighting did not exist until 1879? Before then, gaslighting, candles, or oil lamps was the only way to bring illumination into a space. Today’s antique style lighting guide focuses predominantly on the electric bulb. This might include antique reproduction lighting that mimics kerosene products but accommodates modern conveniences. So, pull up your neo-rococo chair or get comfy on the imitation Victorian fainting couch to find out more.
March 8, 2021
When you're looking to add lighting to your current industrial decor, look for fixtures that incorporate distressed wood, iron pipes, dark finishes, and Edison bulbs. Created with simple designs and sturdy materials, these classic lighting fixtures are easy to match and integrate with your existing room decor. We've got a complete selection of industrial lighting, including lamps, pendants, chandeliers, ceiling lights, and outdoor lights.
February 22, 2021
Tiffany style lighting catches the eye with a unique stained glass design. Originally crafted by Louis Comfort Tiffany's design studio in the 1890s, these light fixtures are categorized by having irregular edges and floral elements. The segmented glass shades feature multiple colors and shapes.