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Featured Customer | Industrial Pendants for Farmhouse Kitchen Makeover

Posted by on Jun 17, 2015 | 0 comments

Featured Customer | Industrial Pendants for Farmhouse Kitchen Makeover
One of the best ways to find inspiration for your home design and remodeling projects is to tap into the world of home dècor blogs. You can easily find other homeowners who are tackling similar projects, see lots of before-and-after photos, and read about the good, the bad, and the ugly of home renovation. We’ve been following our friend Christina, author of the Christina’s Adventures blog, who has been remodeling a 1902 Victorian home that she and her husband purchased just north of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. When it was time to tackle the kitchen, Christina, who was expecting her second baby at the time, wanted to turn her dark and cramped space into... Read More

Design 101: How to Use Barn Lighting in Mid Cenutry Modern Interiors

Posted by on Apr 15, 2015 | 2 comments

Design 101: How to Use Barn Lighting in Mid Cenutry Modern Interiors
Our expert for today’s Design 101: lesson brings a wealth of experience backed by two master’s degrees and study at the Lorenzo de Medici School in Florence.  Regan Billingsley, of Regan Billingsley Interiors in Kensington, Maryland, embraces fun, functional design and harbors a deep passion for color. We asked Regan to talk about how to incorporate barn style lighting into mid century modern homes. ... Read More

Professional's Corner | Industrial Lighting Adds Eclectic Personality to Burger Joint

Posted by on Jan 9, 2015 | 0 comments

Professional's Corner | Industrial Lighting Adds Eclectic Personality to Burger Joint
West Texas makes me think of wide open spaces, friendly people, and places to hang out where, as Sam Malone would say, everybody knows your name. And when the design team from MWM Architects in Lubbock, Texas, sat down to create a brand new space for the Twisted Root Burger Company, that’s exactly the feel they were shooting for. “Every Twisted Root is a little different and each has its own theme,” explains Sara Bradshaw, project manager with MWM. “Our theme was West Texas Dance Hall and we wanted a very eclectic, been-there-for-awhile feel with lots of personality.” ... Read More

Industrial Lighting Marries Functionality, Durability with Color, High Style

Posted by on May 5, 2014 | 1 comment

Industrial Lighting Marries Functionality, Durability with Color, High Style
Do you, like so many other homeowners, love the industrial look? Even if you don’t live in a trendy Manhattan loft or a downtown Seattle condo, you can still get the rugged industrial look with careful dècor choices. While many major details contribute to the overall industrial look of a place — including an open floor plan, concrete floors or counter tops, wood beams, duct work, or exposed brick — you can add some industrial flair with furniture, lighting, and other accessories that don’t require a major remodel. ... Read More

Rustic Industrial Style Develops When You Master the Mix of Old, New

Posted by on Oct 23, 2013 | 0 comments

Rustic Industrial Style Develops When You Master the Mix of Old, New
“Master the mix” could become the interior design mantra for 2014. The art of being able to mix old and new elements for an updated, yet classic design is the goal for many homeowners looking for the latest amenities in their spaces yet longing for vintage character too. In this industrial farmhouse kitchen, the exposed beams and vintage chairs around the farm table speak to years gone by while modern shelving and sleek stainless appliances add a modern touch. The RLM-style warehouse shades also breathe a whisper from the past with their generous span of light focusing on the center work station. ... Read More

Industrial Lighting Helps Sets Mood for Commercial Businesses

Posted by on Aug 27, 2013 | 0 comments

Industrial Lighting Helps Sets Mood for Commercial Businesses
One of the most basic functions of good lighting is to establish a mood within a space. And I’m not talking candles or a dimmer switch on the dining room pendants. The mood is set not only with the illumination but with the fixture itself, and nowhere is this more important than in commercial operations. When customers and employees enter your building, you want the lighting to be functional and to set a tone for the environment that makes customers feel welcome and employees feel happy! ... Read More