Sign Lighting

Featured Customer | Sign Lighting Brings Touch of Elegance to Rustic Mountain Home

Posted by on Nov 2, 2016 | 0 comments

Featured Customer | Sign Lighting Brings Touch of Elegance to Rustic Mountain Home
Wait…sign lighting? In the same sentence with the word elegance? Isn’t sign lighting just a utilitarian fixture meant for shops, gas stations and restaurants? With apologies to Lee Corso, not so fast my friend. Many homeowners have discovered that sign lighting is not only appropriate in a residential setting but can be stylish too. With the expanding numbers of shapes and finishes available, you can follow the lead of today’s Featured Customer and use sign lighting to make a dramatic statement in your home. ... Read More

Featured Customer | Outdoor Lighting for New BBQ Deck

Posted by on Jul 8, 2016 | 0 comments

Featured Customer | Outdoor Lighting for New BBQ Deck
Most people think of sign lighting as something used in restaurants, hotels, and retail businesses. But when Glenn, of Thousand Oaks, California, was looking for some interesting outdoor lighting for his new BBQ deck, sign lights offered exactly what he needed. “I wanted an easy-to-maintain BBQ deck so I chose a 32″ square porcelain tile that would make a clear deck with no grout line and be easy to maintain,” Glenn explains. “I wanted lights to complement the tile color and provide enough light for the 42″ BBQ grill.” ... Read More

Angle Shade Sign Lights That Redefine Commercial Lighting

Posted by on Jan 6, 2016 | 0 comments

Angle Shade Sign Lights That Redefine Commercial Lighting
Last week we looked back at some of our favorite customer projects from 2015, and on New Year’s Day, the post covered some favorite commercial customers— those restaurants, breweries, retail stores, and even a climbing gym that used our American-made lighting to spruce up their spaces. Today, we look ahead to see what changes may be in store for commercial lighting in the new year as businesses try to entice customers off their computers and into their brick-and-mortar buildings. ... Read More

A Look Back | Commercial Lighting Goes Bold in 2015

Posted by on Jan 1, 2016 | 0 comments

A Look Back | Commercial Lighting Goes Bold in 2015
We’re winding up a week of reflection here on the blog as we’ve been looking back at some of our favorite customer projects and our most popular pins. Today, we’re perusing some of our favorite commercial projects. I know. I hear ya. What’s so special about commercial lighting anyway? It’s all fluorescent, nondescript, and boring, right? With apologies to Lee Corso, not so fast my friend. Here we share some pretty special commercial spaces that use American-made lighting to add a focal point and bring both style and safety into the design plan. ... Read More

Rustic LED Components Add Efficiency, Style to Warehouse Lighting

Posted by on Dec 7, 2015 | 0 comments

Rustic LED Components Add Efficiency, Style to Warehouse Lighting
When we first started spinning our own RLM-inspired barn lights back in 2008, we wanted them to be just like the ones handcrafted in the early 20th century — from high-quality materials, with strict attention to detail, and crafted to last for generations. Through the years, we’ve improved our processes, added new options, and expanded our finish selections to allow homeowners to customize these vintage-inspired lights to suit décors ranging from traditional to retro to modern. ... Read More

Copper Sign Lighting Finds a Home in Residential Use

Posted by on Oct 12, 2015 | 0 comments

Copper Sign Lighting Finds a Home in Residential Use
Businesses have long used angle shade lighting to bring attention to their signage, entryways, and landscaping features. But sign lights are fast becoming a go-to fixture for homeowners as well. And it’s no wonder when you consider all the ways you can customize these directional lights to suit almost any home style from traditional ranch homes to industrial urban lofts. Two of our most popular sign lights — the Emblem and the Frontier — are now available in brilliant copper. Hand spun from raw copper, these humble sign lights have emerged as much more than a utilitarian fixture. ... Read More