Vintage Industrial

Featured Customer | Industrial Pendants Offer Perfect Wine & Cheese Pairing

Posted by on Nov 20, 2017 | 0 comments

Featured Customer | Industrial Pendants Offer Perfect Wine & Cheese Pairing
If you had to eat the same meal every day for the rest of your life, what would it be? My choice would be well-aged wine and artisanal cheese. And if I lived in Larkspur, California, I would be set for life with the opening of Fisher’s Cheese + Wine. This new retail shop and cafe offers a warm inviting space with an eclectic menu filled with an amazing variety of cheeses and wines to suit every taste. Owner and head cheesemonger Kiri Fisher wanted to add a sense of nostalgia to her new space. ... Read More

Featured Customer | Vintage Industrial Lighting Adds Character to New Build

Posted by on Sep 8, 2017 | 0 comments

Featured Customer | Vintage Industrial Lighting Adds Character to New Build
Like the rest of the Sunshine State, we’re battening down the hatches here on the Space Coast as Hurricane Irma makes her way north. But before we duck and cover for the weekend, we wanted to share some pictures from a neighbor just south of us in Indian Harbour Beach. Zon Beachside Assisted Luxury Living recently constructed a new building on their coastal campus and chose some rugged porcelain enamel gooseneck lighting for the exterior. ... 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

Steampunk-Inspired Industrial Lighting with a Vintage Twist

Posted by on May 20, 2016 | 0 comments

Steampunk-Inspired Industrial Lighting with a Vintage Twist
If you’re a devoted follower of Houzz, a reader of design blogs, or even a Pinterest addict (yes, we know you are), then you’ve probably noticed that the days of matchy-matchy design are long gone. It’s perfectly acceptable to mix old and new, modern and traditional, bold and subdued. In a nod to this blending of styles, we introduce two new additions to our line of Modern Wall Sconces. By combining an industrial mounting with classic Ball jars, we’ve created wall lights that marry vintage and modern styles into one happy and beautiful union. ... Read More

Professional's Corner | Upcycled Industrial Pendant Lighting for Durango Guesthouse

Posted by on Mar 16, 2016 | 2 comments

Professional's Corner | Upcycled Industrial Pendant Lighting for Durango Guesthouse
At last week’s Design Bloggers Conference in Atlanta, I happened to pick up a copy of Mountain Living magazine and was immediately drawn in by the stunning photos of rustic yet oh-so-elegant homes. As I was flipping through the pages, I landed on a feature of a guesthouse designed to mimic the look and feel of ancient Native American dwellings. Kim Eisner of Candent Design in Durango, Colorado, served as the interior designer for this home which features a plethora of stacked stone, an earthy palette, and heavy ceiling beams. ... Read More

Featured Customer | Sushi Maki on a Roll with Restaurant Refresh

Posted by on Nov 6, 2015 | 2 comments

Featured Customer | Sushi Maki on a Roll with Restaurant Refresh
To celebrate the 15th anniversary of Sushi Maki, a South Florida institution known for spreading the joy of great sushi, the restaurant’s design team recently began a refresh of the properties. Starting with the flagship location in Coral Gables, the team wanted to create a light and breezy feel to the space. “We wanted to draw attention to where our chefs are handcrafting the sushi,” says Chris Romero, brand consultant for Sushi Maki. “We wanted simple, yet distinct, light fixtures that caught your eye but were not overpowering. Something classic and clean.” ... Read More