nautical bathroom lighting

Featured Customer | Nautical Wall Sconce Wows Guests

When Marjorie and her husband Michael began a guest bathroom renovation, they decided to buck the neighborhood trends and embrace their love of all things nautical.

“We live on the south shore of Long Island, about five miles from the beach. Every single house looks exactly the same with vinyl siding, the same fencing, and the same windows,” Marjorie says. “Everything about our home renovation goes against the grain. We are definitely ‘that house’ on the block!” Their home features many farmhouse elements such as white board-and-batten siding but with black details and nautical accents throughout.

gooseneck barn lights

Featured Customer | Exterior Lighting Blends Farmhouse & Modern Design

When Ashley and her husband created a studio on the back of their detached garage eight years ago, they dreamed of the day when they could connect the space to their home. Ashley writes the blog Under the Sycamore where she documents home renovation projects, family adventures, and offers an online photography school. Their dream of connecting house to studio came true this year as they tackled the major renovation and remodel.

farmhouse chandelier

Featured Customer | Farmhouse Chandelier Fills Expansive Living Room with Rustic Style

Florida may be world-renowned for its beautiful beaches, but we have some pretty special farm land too. The Century Pioneer Family Farm Program honors Florida families who have maintained at least 100 years of continuous family farm ownership. The program recognizes 250 of these owners for their role in preserving environmental resources and for helping foster the state’s agricultural industry.

swing arm wall sconce

Featured Customer | Gullah-Inspired Lighting for SC Vacation Retreat

When Laura and Barrett built a second home in Beaufort, South Carolina, they turned to the local Gullah culture as inspiration. Gullah is a term describing the language, food, art, and music of the West African peoples who came to America through Beaufort on slave ships. Vibrant colors characterize Gullah primitive art which Laura featured in her new guest room.