Porcelain Enamel Offers Rugged Style for Commercial Lighting
Owning a successful business means putting your merchandise or services in the best possible light. That does not translate into simply flooding your space with as much wattage as you can afford.
Whether you own a retail boutique, a casual eatery, or an office supply store, your commercial lighting plan should help customers maneuver safely through your establishment while easily taking in all you have to offer in an inviting atmosphere.
Commercial lighting must also be durable, energy efficient, and long lasting. Porcelain enamel lighting fills all three of these requirements plus it comes with a wide range of customizing options to complement any brand.
This toy store uses two deep bowl pendants to shower the displays with light. The lights become a colorful accent that draw customers into this narrow space. You can get the same look with our Ivanhoe® Wilcox Deep Bowl Porcelain Pendant which comes in shade sizes ranging from a small 8″ to an impressive 16″ version. Customize this hand-spun, American made pendant with one of 11 gorgeous porcelain enamel colors such as Cherry Red, Cobalt Blue, or Metallic Chrome. A standard cord is available or dress up this ceiling pendant with one of our colorful cotton cords.
Another great look in commercial lighting is seen here at Macy’s in Orlando’s Mall of Millenia. Our Ivanhoe® Sky Chief Porcelain Pendant brings a wide span of downward directed light to the display tables without a lot of harsh glare. One of our most popular RLM-inspired warehouse shades, the Sky Chief can be customized with finish color, cord, and other options including a wire cage and cast guard and glass.
And like all of our porcelain enamel lights and dinnerware, these shades are hand crafted by our own artisans and receive three baked-on layers of porcelain enamel glass to create the signature high-gloss finish. This rugged finish will never fade, is easy to maintain, and will give your commercial business a stylish leg up on the competition!
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