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Lighting up a single tree or adding path lights can usually be done relatively quickly and will provide a dramatic difference immediately. Smaller projects like these can often be achieved in one day on your own or with guidance from…
Arcadia smartly transforms a classic carriage lantern into fresh, transitional design with bold features complemented by striking tapered glass. Constructed of durable aluminum in an Aged Copper Bronze finish, Arcadia is a statement-making style that will instantly enhance any exterior.…
Atlantis features a minimalist design for the ultimate in urban sophistication. Constructed of solid aluminum and Dark Sky compliant, Atlantis provides a chic solution to eco-conscious homeowners.
Merging modern and classic elements, the Galerie collection offers a selection of ceiling and sconce fixtures with unique details that effortlessly balance a variety of spaces with form and function. The complementary contours, materials and finishes allow each silhouette to…
The Lisa McDennon Collection for Hinkley offers an array of styles with a modern organic aesthetic. Drawing from Lisa’s inspiration as an artist and designer, each fixture is thoughtfully planned with purposefully chosen materials and finished with impeccable construction. Natural…
Industrial style features angular lines, bold finishes, simple shapes and sturdy details for a robust but pared down aesthetic.
Harpers sleek, retro design elevates the traditional flush mount with a unique opal glass bound by a prominent metal ring and decorative knobs available in three finishes.https://bit.ly/37lvmcu
Rustic lighting merges elements of natural materials, handcrafted details and warm finishes to add organic warmth to a space.
Rhodes exudes warmth and a handsome appeal with a clean transitional design and generous proportions. Perfectly suited for either exterior or interior spaces, the Warm Bronze finish and clear seedy glass perfectly complements the robust framework.
The first thing someone may notice pulling up to your home is the exterior lighting. Having enough lighting is important for safety and security. These posts lights are inviting to your guests.
There is a crack in everything, that’s how the light gets in.