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american made lighting

HGTV Star Transitions Basement from Boring to Beautiful 

As much as we love watching renovation shows and their creative transformations, it’s even more fun when one of our favorite HGTV stars turns his talented eye to his own home. John Colaneri, designer, builder and TV personality, was featured in this blog post last year when he completed a full-gut remodel of his home in Bergen County, New Jersey.

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schoolhouse lighting

Vintage-Inspired Lighting Completes Retro Look of New Diner

Stepping into Livingston’s Soda Fountain & Grill in Brownsville, Tennessee, is like walking through a portal that zips you back to the 1930s. The era when the local drug store was the heart of the town. And where locals sit on stools at the soda fountain to connect, eat homestyle cooking, and drink frothy milkshakes.

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kitchen lighting

Blush Pink Pendant Lighting Brightens Florida Kitchen

With so many vacation homes available at the click of a button, rental owners find creative ways to make their properties stand out from the crowd. Megan McCrea owns a small collection of rental homes which she leases through her company Southbound Stays. The homes she rents are thoughtfully curated with special touches throughout to make the space not only comfortable and functional but visually inviting as well.

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chandelier lighting

Eye-Catching Chandeliers Add Crowning Touch with Stylish LED Efficiency

When Pat and her husband moved into a luxury apartment located in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, the new place had almost everything they needed.

“Our apartment is in The Elliott at Blue Hill,” Pat says. “When the complex was built, the interior designers used lights from Barn Light Electric. We have traditional barn lights over our entrance and on our small balcony.” She notes, however, that the apartments do not come with overhead lighting in the living and dining rooms nor in her husband’s study.

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industrial pendant lighting

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.

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