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Three Cheers for Craft Beer & American-Made Barn Lights

In the five years since we featured Highland Brewing’s rooftop bar in this blog post, locals and tourists alike have flocked to this picturesque spot to enjoy some of the country’s finest beer. Nestled in the craft-beer haven of Asheville, North Carolina, Highland chose Barn Light Electric fixtures to brighten the rooftop, parking lot, and […]

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Custom Lighting Delivers Punch of Industrial Style to California Remodel

It was a cold, snowy February day when Arvin and Alicea decided to travel northeast from San Francisco to explore Lake Tahoe. After spending most of their adult lives in the Bay area, they were contemplating a big move. Snow banks engulfed the houses leaving much to the imagination. Read More »

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Splash of Color Brings Playful Touch to Renovated Powder Room

When Laura Yeager Smith tackled an extensive renovation for a family in Gates Mills, Ohio, the interior designer incorporated the family’s love of color into every room. Not even the smallest room of the house was ignored. The tiny, but oft-used powder room just off the mudroom also received a vibrant splash of style. Read […]

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Industrial Lighting Adds Instant Character & Charm to New Home

While building a new house has plenty of advantages over renovating an existing home, many people prefer the character an older home offers. Thanks to an endless variety of materials, finishes, fabrics, and lighting, homeowners can create instant character even in a brand new home. Read More »

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Industrial Farmhouse Lighting Highlights Exterior Renovation Project

When Allen’s North Carolina home was built more than 80 years ago, the area was rich with farms that contributed to the agricultural economy of the time. As the nearby town of Charlotte continued to grow, the area became a bedroom community for commuters to the city, and the farms began to slowly disappear. Read […]