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Fire and steel |The Hubbardton Forge story

MAKER OF ONE-OF-A-KIND LIGHTING STARTED IN A BARN AND EMPLOYS 225 PEOPLE IN CASTLETON ~ JEANNE-MARIE GAND Founded in a Hubbardton barn in 1974 by two University of Vermont graduates who embarked in an artistic, entrepreneurial adventure, Hubbardton Forge relocated

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Navy Blue Cavanaugh Lantern | Favorite Fixture Friday

This Navy Blue Cavanaugh Lantern can be sophisticated and elegant with polished nickel hardware in an entryway or a whimsy of color over an island in an all-white kitchen. Your choice. Buy one and then figure out where to use

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Fishbowl Pendant | Tracy Glover Studio

Fishbowl shape diffuser in Licorice Stick pattern, Watch Hill colorway, Brushed Nickel finish, and Clear cord

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Showroom Updates

Come into lucia lighting & design to see what’s new in our showroom!

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Lighting Can Be A Focal Point

Lighting can serve as a focal point or functional work of art in almost any area of the home.

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Add A Moroccan Touch

As with any interior space, lighting plays a key role in completing your intended style.

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Everything Old Is New Again

With all the chatter about LEDs and CFLs, it may seem strange to suddenly be talking about good old-fashioned incandescent.

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Incorporate Color with Light

Do you wish you could live outside by a trickling stream or sleep under a bright blue sky?

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Track Lighting

This flexible lighting can provide ambient, task or accent lighting.

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Metal Lighting Ideas

Add some new metal lighting design to your home.

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I think people underestimate the importance of lighting -­ layers of lighting, not just one light. I do a lighting seminar where I take a $300-­a-yard fabric and a $3-­a-­yard fabric. I show what lighting can do to either one.

Candice Olson