Rustic Wall Sconce a Delish Choice for Culinary Headquarters
The New England Culinary Institute has been providing “highly intense culinary education” for more than 30 years. Located in Montpelier, Vermont, the Institute attracts would-be chefs from all over the world and has grown from seven students in its first graduating class to more than 4,000 alumni including Iron Chef Host Alton Brown.
Black River Design Architects, also located in Montpelier, recently completed a remodel for NECI of an existing structure and carriage house with a connector between the two. This photo shows part of the connector which houses the administrative offices. The entrance is accented with some delightful sconces and PAR lighting around the doorway. The sconces are very similar to our Barn Light Wall Mount Lunar Sconce, part of our collection of Rustic Wall Sconces which take their designs from the Atomic Age of the 1950s and 60s. The detailing around the jelly jar globe resembles planetary rings giving the fixture a futuristic look. The Lunar Sconce comes in six sizes from 8″ to 18″ and an array of finish colors are available. Classic black or one of our metallic finishes lend a traditional feel to this light while a cruiser green, trans blue, or bright yellow would give a more modern vibe to your space. The glass globe can be customized with colored, frosted, or textured glass as well.
The PAR lights above the doorway are a perfect choice for illuminating the NECI name without an overwhelming amount of light. These fixtures are full of panache and a classy way to show off signs, restaurant menus, or any other small space that needs a focused spot of light. Our American made PAR (Parabolic Aluminized Reflector) lighting comes in three sizes, and with arm lengths ranging from 18″ to 48″, you’ll be sure to find the perfect angle for your new lighting. They are also available in low voltage alternatives for increased energy savings.
Top photo courtesy of Black River Design Architects