Posts Tagged "Living Room Lighting"

Style Me Sunday: Bright Color Blocking Living Room

Posted by on Jan 13, 2013 | 2 comments

Style Me Sunday: Bright Color Blocking Living Room
2013 is all about dazzling color palettes. Color blocking highlights the vibrancy in individual colors, and in light of our recent LED launch, we’ve been thinking a lot about industrial pendants that will perfectly illuminate these vibrant, modern spaces. Our newest collection gives an innovative twist to our porcelain favorites. Now you can hang your stem mount Benjamin® Sky Chief and Benjamin® Esso with the environmentally friendly power of LED lighting. ... Read More

Pendant Lighting Options For Farmhouse Remodeling Projects

Posted by on Jun 25, 2010 | 0 comments

Pendant Lighting Options For Farmhouse Remodeling Projects
When you think of a farmhouse, typically you don’t think of the beach, but it seems that the two worlds have recently collided to create a harmonic balance between them. Gone are the preconceived notions that the classic appearance of the traditional farmhouse needs to remain uniformly Victorian. Thanks to the shabby chic movement, the natural wear and tear that commonly is associated with these older farmhouses has now been heralded as the latest trend. Combining these worn characteristics with common reclaimed materials can lead to a unique and incredible transformation, especially when they are paired with stark whites and vivid colors commonly associated... Read More

Pendant Lighting For Rustic Spaces

Posted by on Mar 4, 2010 | 2 comments

Pendant Lighting For Rustic Spaces
For most homeowners with high vaulted ceilings and large open spaces above living rooms and entryways, the desire to supply ample lighting through the use of a single ceiling pendant is an ideal option in these open air spaces. Unfortunately most pendants are either unevenly designed or too small for these spaces, creating an awkward focal point in the middle of these rooms. Without the addition of a pendant in these areas, most rooms will seem incomplete or dark due to the lack of adequate lighting and presence that can be filled with the right choice of down lighting. ... Read More