Posts Tagged "Schoolhouse Pendant"

Featured Customer | Schoolhouse Lighting Brightens Major Kitchen Remodel

Posted by on Jul 18, 2016 | 0 comments

Featured Customer | Schoolhouse Lighting Brightens Major Kitchen Remodel
Dawn is a farm girl at heart. “I grew up around lots of grain bins and working on the farm so I enjoy old tin and anything with a bit of an industrial or rustic feel,” she says. It’s no surprise that the remodel of her kitchen and dining room features a back splash made from roof flashing, a bar covered in upcycled corrugated tin, and some retro schoolhouse lighting. Combining the kitchen and dining room meant tearing out a wall in the mid-century home. Dawn rents the home from her parents so she was conscious of the budget as she looked for lighting. ... Read More

Featured Customer | Schoolhouse Lighting Perfect Blend of Vintage, Modern

Posted by on Apr 27, 2016 | 0 comments

Featured Customer | Schoolhouse Lighting Perfect Blend of Vintage, Modern
There’s nothing more fun than scrolling through our Instagram feed and seeing one of our handcrafted lights pop up in a photo. And boy, did we slow down and check out this photo! Taken by Amanda O’Rourke, a photo and environmental stylist, this shot features our Schoolhouse Chain Hung Pendant which hangs in Amanda’s dining room. “We moved into this 1980’s home five months ago and have been slowly working on minor updates in each room,” Amanda says. “The first projects were the kitchen, the banister, and then the dining room.” ... Read More

Featured Customer | Schoolhouse Lighting Makes the Grade After the Flip

Posted by on Nov 4, 2015 | 0 comments

Featured Customer | Schoolhouse Lighting Makes the Grade After the Flip
There is no shortage of TV shows that feature house flippers — those optimistic souls who purchase distressed properties, do some quick renovations, then sell the house for a tidy profit. Or at least they hope so. But what happens after the sale? When the cameras move on to the next property and new homeowners move in? Kate, and her husband Aaron, purchased a home on the east side of Madison, Wisconsin, from a house flipper. The house had been rented for years and, as is often the case with rentals, had been seriously neglected. ... Read More

Guest Blogger | Schoolhouse Style All Year 'Round

Posted by on Sep 21, 2015 | 0 comments

Guest Blogger | Schoolhouse Style All Year 'Round
There’s nothing like September and autumn’s promise of a new school year to get us nostalgic for the past. From freshly sharpened pencils and crisp notebooks, to the smell of chalk dust and the ringing of the final bell, the end of summer will always be synonymous with back-to-school. But even if your school days are long gone, you can still harness that first-day excitement – all year long – with a few touches of schoolhouse style at home. Here are the essentials: ... Read More

Featured Customer | Schoolhouse Lighting a Sweet Look for Chocolate Lounge

Posted by on Dec 17, 2014 | 0 comments

Featured Customer | Schoolhouse Lighting a Sweet Look for Chocolate Lounge
Jael’s blood runs deep brown. Chocolate brown in fact. Along with husband Dan, Jael’s passion is everything chocolate. As owners of the French Broad Chocolate Lounge in Asheville, North Carolina, the couple have created a dessert restaurant that’s not only a local favorite but also a destination for tourists eager to find out why a line forms on the sidewalk outside the door every day. Their success came not without growing pains. After repeated visits from the fire marshall concerned about the crowds packing the lounge, Dan and Jael sought out new space. ... Read More