Choosing lighting for a commercial space, be it a restaurant, office, or retail store, can be tricky. Not only are functionality and efficiency important, but finding fixtures that complement the company image is also critical.Read More »
Customers often have a checklist as they search for the perfect gooseneck light. It might be a particular finish color they want. Or perhaps the style of gooseneck arm is important based on the installation site. Even something small, such as a dusk-to-dawn photocell that’s integrated into the fixture can be the tipping point to purchase one light over another.Read More »
Getting pictures from our customers is even more exciting than getting a letter in the mail.
Like a letter written with a pen.
On real paper.
That kind of exciting.
Whenever I see an email pop into my inbox, I often glance at the file size even before I glance at the sender. Those 15 and 20-megabyte messages are guaranteed to hold treasure!Read More »
Commercial lighting is the true workhorse of the lighting industry. Commercial sign lights must be energy efficient, rugged enough to stand up to high-traffic areas, and fully illuminate signs, architecture, hostess stands, kitchens, display spaces, and doorways. They not only provide safety to customers but must be stylish enough to capture attention and entice those customers through the door.Read More »
Earlier this week, we visited with designer Cheryl Sottile in a post featuring a kitchen renovation in the Florida Keys. Cheryl infused tropical hues into the space with our Dino Pendant Lights in a creamy Jadite finish. Today, we cross the Sunshine State to visit another one of Cheryl’s project sites, this time in Sarasota where she tackled transforming a former oyster bar into a Mexican restaurant.Read More »
While we have lingered over our lunch just about long enough here at Creek Ratz (check out the previous post on some cool gas station lights), we wanted to take a last look around at the wonderful barn lighting that is featured throughout this casual eatery. Located in Murrells Inlet, South Carolina, and named for the local kids who play in the creeks, Creek Ratz draws attention from passersby with its rustic nautical atmosphere and bright red gooseneck barn lighting on the exterior of the building.
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