kitchen lighting

Professional's Corner | Kitchen Lighting That Kicks Recessed Cans to the Curb

In her search for new kitchen lighting for her northern Virginia home, Lauren Liess wanted an alternative to traditional can lighting.

“Because our house is a Cape Cod, I looked to old colonial kitchens for inspiration,” Lauren says. “I wanted the kitchen to feel light and airy, very accessible, and easy to work in.”

Style Me Sunday: Classy Outdoor Party Ideas

Light up your summer nights with a festive evening affair. There’s little that beats an evening surrounded by friends and glimmering twinkle lights–unless that night falls on the Sunday before Labor Day and you have the next day to sleep in! This Style Me Sunday we’re helping you with a little refined lawn party inspiration that will have you in party planning mode in no time!

Featured Customer | Vintage Industrial Fixtures Lend Noir Era Look to Business

For a business that serves military enthusiasts, vintage lighting brings the perfect touch of history and style to a space. Brady Miller, owner of Monkey Depot in Mesa, Arizona, searched high and low for vintage lighting for his brick-and-mortar showroom but quickly became frustrated.

Porcelain Enamel Lighting Perfect for a Busy Mall Setting

Although the annual shopping frenzy is in its final throes, we don’t want you to forget that our Holiday Sale is still going strong until January 4th! You get Free Shipping on any purchase and enjoy an extra 10% off any fixture in our Porcelain Enamel Lighting family! During one of our many trips to the mall this season, we were sidetracked by our very own Ivanhoe® Sky Chief Warehouse Porcelain Pendants! That cobalt blue is stunning and the industrial look of this rugged fixture gives it an edgy and hip feel. We love the addition of the red cotton twist cord which adds a pop of color streaming down from the ceiling. The height of these fixtures is perfect for throwing some light onto individual displays without a lot of harsh glare.

Gooseneck Barn Lighting Brightens Up Creekside Dining

While we very much appreciate and enjoy being right at the ocean’s edge, there are countless places up and down the East Coast that make the most of being tucked onto the inland waterways. Creek Ratz, located in Murrells Inlet, South Carolina, and named for the local kids who play in the creeks, boasts a rustic nautical atmosphere complete with bright red gooseneck barn lighting.