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Period-Authentic Lighting Makes the Grade at Historic Schoolhouse

Built in 1794 and filled with students throughout the 1800s, the one-room schoolhouse on Route 82 in East Haddam, Connecticut, was abandoned in 1929. For more than 30 years, it sat empty. When word spread in the late 1960s that the historic building would be torn down, a group of concerned citizens stepped in to save it. The Hadlyme North School was lovingly restored and opened to the public for social gatherings.

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Colorful Industrial Lighting Brings Contemporary Touch to New Office

When the owners of a solar energy company in New Jersey sought to transform a former gym into a contemporary workspace, they turned to the talented hands of Karly Fajardo, design consultant and principal of Block LII Design. Saving only the bathrooms and a large mezzanine platform, Karly transformed the space blending sleek, industrial materials with a colorful palette to create an inviting headquarters for Vision Solar.

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Easy-to-Customize Industrial Lighting on Tap at New Brewery

When the owners of a new brewery in North Charleston, South Carolina, started developing the concept for their business, they turned the clock back 300 years for inspiration. Working with The Middleton Group, a local architecture studio, the design for the new building was created from the concept of the common house.

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Colorful Gooseneck Lights Add Playful Touch to New Sunroom

An avid gardener, Debbi enjoys growing and cultivating a wide variety of plants at her home near Lake Cumberland in Kentucky. But cold winters meant that her patio plants, citrus trees, and orchids had to winter over inside the house. As her collection grew, Debbi needed more space.

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