Posts Tagged "Atomic Wall Sconces"

Featured Customer | Atomic Wall Sconce Adds Final Touch to New Construction

Posted by on Mar 20, 2017 | 0 comments

Featured Customer | Atomic Wall Sconce Adds Final Touch to New Construction
The last few weeks of any building project take on a frenetic pace. When Chuck and Jane built their new home in Fairview, North Carolina, last year, the process took longer than expected and, as the weeks wore on, Jane was anxious to get it all done so they could move in. Their gorgeous home was profiled on the blog late last fall here and here.  In the flurry of last-minute details, Jane realized one exterior light didn’t get ordered (to the right of the sliding glass door above). With the building inspector’s visit looming and the Certificate of Occupancy hanging in the balance, Jane had the electrician install a builder-basic fixture in the space.... Read More

Featured Customer | Rugged Exterior Lighting Handles Canadian Climate with Style

Posted by on Dec 2, 2016 | 0 comments

Featured Customer | Rugged Exterior Lighting Handles Canadian Climate with Style
When the city of Vancouver recently relaxed its zoning laws to allow infill housing, Bambi jumped at the chance to escape the confines of apartment living. For the price of a small studio, Bambi built a brand new “laneway” house in the back yard of her mother’s 70-year-old home. “Laneway houses are very popular and have been popping up all over the place,” Bambi says. “The back yard was largely unused before and, oddly enough, it feels like we have more yard now because the outdoor space is used much more efficiently.” ... Read More

Featured Customer | Nautical Wall Sconces for Coastal California Bath Reno

Posted by on May 11, 2016 | 0 comments

Featured Customer | Nautical Wall Sconces for Coastal California Bath Reno
Home remodelers, especially the DIY types, are a special breed. Renovating one room is usually manageable and maybe even fun, but remodeling an entire house takes the patience of Job. We found Job, actually named Judy, in Los Osos, a small coastal community in central California.  Judy has set a steady pace remodeling almost every room in her home. Her latest target — the upstairs guest bath. ... Read More

Featured Customer | Barn Lights Capture Working Farm's Humble Roots

Posted by on Jan 29, 2016 | 0 comments

Featured Customer | Barn Lights Capture Working Farm's Humble Roots
When you’re on the hunt for vintage-inspired lighting, antique stores are one place to look. But as Marcel, of central New York, found out rather quickly, old lights can be difficult to work with. “We realized that being able to scale those lights within the home or to other structures, such as barns, would be quite difficult,” he says. Marcel purchased a farm that had been dormant for a number of years and a top priority was to preserve the history of the place. Focusing on the old homestead, Marcel searched for period-appropriate lighting that he could customize with ease. ... Read More

Featured Customer | Industrial Lighting Adds Welcoming Look to Nonprofit’s NY Digs

Posted by on Dec 18, 2015 | 0 comments

Featured Customer | Industrial Lighting Adds Welcoming Look to Nonprofit’s NY Digs
With the cacophony of voices seeking help in the nonprofit world, it’s easy to get overwhelmed with the asking. But when we learned about Charity: Water, a nonprofit organization in New York City that uses 100 percent of public donations to fund clean water projects across the globe, we couldn’t wait to pitch in. Created in 2006 by Scott Harrison (read his incredible story here), Charity: Water moved into new digs on Manhattan this summer and worked with a variety of companies to outfit their space. ... Read More