Commercial Lighting

Pro's Corner | Barn Pendant Lights Establish Inviting Feel to Cafe

Posted by on Oct 18, 2017 | 0 comments

Pro's Corner | Barn Pendant Lights Establish Inviting Feel to Cafe
The humble coffee shop. No matter if you live in a small town or in the heart of New York City, your local coffee shop likely serves up much more than a hot cuppa Joe. It’s a gathering place for friends, a spot to relax and read, and a hub of information for locals and out-of-towners alike. In Lancaster, Pennsylvania, Café One Eight is a locally owned shop in the heart of the historic downtown. In business for more than four years, the owners decided it was time for a refresh of the space. They turned to Chris and Claudia Beiler of Creative Space Designers to handle the complete remodel. ... Read More

Featured Customer | Out With Fluorescents, In With Nautical Sconces

Posted by on Jul 19, 2017 | 0 comments

Featured Customer | Out With Fluorescents, In With Nautical Sconces
Have you heard about the latest design craze? Introducing West Coast brunch-by-the-beach meets Midwest farm-to-table. I must admit, this look hadn’t crossed my radar until last week, but now that I’ve seen it, I’m a big fan! Today we’re talking with Jessie Kelley, founder of The Garden Table and creator of this casual blended look. The restaurant, located on Massachusetts Avenue in the thriving arts district of downtown Indianapolis, opened in January in a former pharmacy. ... Read More

Featured Customer | Vintage-Inspired Lighting for Roadside Motel Renovation

Posted by on Jul 10, 2017 | 0 comments

Featured Customer | Vintage-Inspired Lighting for Roadside Motel Renovation
If you’re a careful reader of our blog, you may remember a mention of Roscoe, New York a few years back. Located two hours north of New York City, this tiny hamlet is home to Prohibition Distillery, a fire hall-turned-distillery with some pretty cool industrial lighting. Roscoe was also home to the Red Rose Motel which operated first as a dance hall, then later as a respite for tourists passing through the area. ... Read More

Restaurant Lighting That Satisfies Both Style and Safety

Posted by on Jul 7, 2017 | 0 comments

Restaurant Lighting That Satisfies Both Style and Safety
The restaurant industry is not for the faint of heart. Rising above the competition in a crowded marketplace involves creating a space that promises not only excellent food but delivers an experience in a setting that customers want to revisit again and again. Lighting presents a special challenge. Safety and security are concerns, but commercial lighting should also play a vital role in establishing the look, feel, and special vibe of any restaurant. ... Read More

Professional's Corner | Nautical Lighting for Coastal Tennis Clubhouse

Posted by on Jun 28, 2017 | 2 comments

Professional's Corner | Nautical Lighting for Coastal Tennis Clubhouse
Although Chris and Alissa Harris have concentrated on residential projects since forming Salt Architecture in 2014, their first commercial project is a smashing success. The Harbor Head Tennis Club, located in West Falmouth, Massachusetts, now sports a gorgeous clubhouse used for informal gatherings, courtside cocktail parties, or for watching tournament finals out on the courts. The new construction was designed by the architect couple who envisioned a rustic, yet modern space to blend with the surrounding seaside village. ... Read More

Summer Destinations | Beaches, Breweries and Barn Lights

Posted by on Jun 12, 2017 | 0 comments

Summer Destinations | Beaches, Breweries and Barn Lights
Where will your travels take you this summer? To a favorite spot that’s a “must do” each year? Or to a new, never-explored place on your bucket list? I love a mix of both old and new, and as much as I enjoy taking time off, I always seem to look at lighting everywhere I go! Today we’re sharing some of our favorite summer destinations that offer not only beautiful scenery and fun things to do, but also beautiful American-made lighting too! ... Read More