Hinkley lighting

Ludlow 41315BGR | Famous Maker Monday

Ludlow cleverly blends a penchant for industrial features with inspiration drawn from Palladian architecture. Designed around the light source, Ludlow plays with the simple geometry of circles and squares for an ultra-stylish composition. Ludlow is part of the Lisa McDennon

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Gigi Extra Large Drum Light | Favorite Fixture Friday

Hinkley’s GIGI asymmetrical silhouette creates a dramatic statement. The collection’s sleek lines impart both glamour and sophistication while the stylish two-tone Heritage Brass and Satin Black finish combination delivers the ultimate in chic.

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Hinkley Lighting TANGENT | Favorite Fixture Friday

Tangent strikes a pose with its articulating integrated LED frames, each lit from within to create a modern sculptural statement. This dynamic linear chandelier commands attention in either bold Black or Lacquered Brass finish options.

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Hinkley Hospitality | Famous Maker Monday

Hinkley Hospitality provides you with a vast selection of LED and performance grade decorative lighting for the light commercial and hospitality markets. Drawing on their heritage of compelling design, outstanding quality and results-driven service.

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Favorite Fixture Friday | Hinkley Fixtures

The Republic family of fixtures is one of our favorites. Come into the showroom to see these Hinkley fixtures!

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Industrial Strength

Hinkley lighting strikes the perfect note between form and function. Industrial chic lighting instantly infuses any space with the early 20th century’s spirit of innovation, efficiency and pared down pretense.

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I’ʹm a firm believer that lighting affects mood, and twinkly lights on strings bring something magical to occasions ranging from concerts to weddings, though I’ʹm fond of using them as year-­round home decor. There’ʹs a reason why they’ʹre sometimes called fairy lights. When the night is right, there aren’ʹt any strings at all.

Erin Morgenstern