Angle Shade Lights Offer Versatility for Commercial & Residential Spaces
Angle shade lights have come a long way baby. With humble beginnings at roadside gas stations in the early 20th century, sign lights were simple fixtures that guided motorists off the dark roadway into the service area where men in white uniforms scurried to tend to your car’s every need. Hard to imagine, right?
Today, angle shade lights offer not only directional lighting to signs and parking lots in commercial spaces, but have become a go-to fixture for homeowners as well. They are often found in kitchens, bathrooms, hallways, and laundry rooms bringing just the right spot of light where you need it. Easy to customize to fit almost any space, angle shade lights can become an integral and fashionable piece of your home or office décor.
Some homeowners follow the lead of museums and use gooseneck angle shades to highlight artwork such as this homeowner did. Sarah used an Emblem Sign Light with a Bronze finish to show off a special photo above her mantle and to complement the other rustic touches throughout her new home.
Designers Julie Holloway and Anisa Darnell of Milk and Honey Home chose classic Fire Chief Sign Lights for over a kitchen sink in a recent remodeling project. The pair wanted the renovations to stay true to the late 1930s-era home but with modern updates. They customized these American-made lights with a White finish and a contrasting Black gooseneck arm.
Angle shade lights are still the go-to fixture for commercial spaces too. Business owners use them to attract attention to signs, doorways, product tables, and hostess stands.
Easy to customize with a variety of finish colors, shade sizes, and gooseneck arm styles, our collection of Angle Shade Lighting will complement your branding strategy and last for years to come. Available in LED too!
These are some great looking lights. I am especially loving that red color! Thanks for sharing!
Thanks Jordan! The Barn Red is one of our most popular powder coat colors and does indeed catch the eye wherever it is installed. Thanks for checking out the blog!