Rustic Pendants

Industrial Pendant Lighting Easy to Customize for Variety of Styles

Posted by on Nov 19, 2014 | 0 comments

Industrial Pendant Lighting Easy to Customize for Variety of Styles
Do you describe the industrial style as crisp, clean, and hard working? Or does it seem more cold, raw, and unfinished to you? No matter what your take, the industrial trend has taken the design world by storm and can be seen not only in big-city lofts but in beach-side cottages, midwestern farm homes, and in retail stores and restaurants across the country. Industrial style has a humble feel showcasing the perfect fusion of form and function. But if you’re on the cold and unfinished side of the debate, we have good news for you. You can get the rugged, unassuming look of an industrial pendant with enough color and style to win you over in no time! ... Read More

Vintage Industrial Lighting for Oregon Tavern Remodel

Posted by on Oct 13, 2014 | 0 comments

Vintage Industrial Lighting for Oregon Tavern Remodel
The Lostine Tavern may not be that famous bar where everybody knows your name, but it’s definitely a mud-on-your-boots, friendly kind of place. Tucked into the northeast corner of Oregon, the tavern was recently remodeled by partners Peter Ferre and Lisa Armstrong-Roepke. “This space has been a tavern for 40 years and serves as a community gathering place,” says Lisa. “We cleaned her up and created an amazing casual and comfortable atmosphere with local wood for the bar top and shelving that came from an old planing mill in a neighboring town.” ... Read More

Professional's Corner | Versatile Industrial Lighting Adds Retro Chic to NY Boatshop

Posted by on Aug 27, 2014 | 2 comments

Professional's Corner | Versatile Industrial Lighting Adds Retro Chic to NY Boatshop
Jeri Cerutti describes herself as “a one-woman shop focusing on world design domination one room at a time.” Working out of the Greater Boston area, Jeri offers interior consulting and one-day redecorating services through Simply Sophisticated Spaces  to a variety of clients. Occasionally, a larger project comes her way which was the case when she met Reuben and Cynde Smith. “Reuben had his eye on a former truck maintenance facility to become the home for his Tumblehome Boatshop,” Jeri says. Reuben grew up in the boatbuilding business, working alongside his father and uncle, learning the time-honored craft of building and restoring wooden boats.... Read More

Wire Guard Pendant, Gooseneck Barn Light Give Home Industrial Vibe

Posted by on Jul 2, 2013 | 0 comments

If you’re looking for some farmhouse inspiration, look no further than Kelly’s pole barn home in northern Indiana. This is the land where Kelly’s husband’s great grandparents raised seven children and where Kelly has created the home of her dreams. The house is full of rustic industrial touches including in two of the bathroom spaces that Kelly chose to share with us. In the half bath off her new kitchen, Kelly chose some classic gooseneck barn lighting to highlight the space. ... Read More

Wire Guard Pendants and Sconces Add Industrial Flair to Bath

Posted by on Apr 9, 2013 | 0 comments

Wire Guard Pendants and Sconces Add Industrial Flair to Bath
If you’re looking to infuse some industrial style into the bath, take some inspiration from our Featured Customer Fred who has a lovely lakefront home in Sparta, New Jersey. Fred recently remodeled a bathroom in his home and added rustic pendants and a rustic vanity sconce for a nautical industrial look. “I like the beach look as opposed to the cabin look,” Fred says. “And I wanted something different than the cookie cutter fixtures from the home centers.” ... Read More

Rustic Pendants Add Industrial Style to Coastal Beach House

Posted by on Feb 5, 2013 | 0 comments

Rustic Pendants Add Industrial Style to Coastal Beach House
One reason the industrial farmhouse look is so desirable is because it creates a warm, inviting space that is neither fussy nor formal. The look can be easily achieved in a variety of home styles from cabins in Montana to urban lofts in Chicago. Take this beach home in coastal North Carolina for example. This space offers a strikingly simple balance of nautical and utilitarian touches that make it a comfortable yet appealing space. Our friend, Philip R. Thomas, who is both owner and builder, chose some classic rustic pendants to accent his butcher block island. The metal of the pendants complements the abundance of wood in the space and gives a nod to the coastal... Read More