A registered historic structure of the City of Laguna Beach, Casa Laguna Hotel & Spa reopened to guests this Spring after an extensive redesign with Martyn Lawrence Bullard at the helm. The Spanish Colonial-style estate overlooking Victoria Beach has operated as a hotel (and at one time, an artist’s colony) since 1946, and serves today as the ultimate destination for design enthusiasts. Tour the all-new Casa Laguna and shop the lighting looks found throughout!
Bullard played to the Spanish architectural style of the property with Moravian Star light fixtures, whitewashed walls and dramatic cobalt and marigold tile in the lobby.
The timeless Bryant series by Thomas O’Brien for Visual Comfort has long been a staple in our collection and a favorite among our customers. It’s no mystery why – the silhouette of each piece is sleek and simple, yet refined enough to suit the most elegant of spaces. With designs for your ceiling, wall, table and floor, there’s a place for a light from the Bryant series in every home.
christine mueller photography for styleblueprint
bryant small chandelier
urban grace interiors
bryant large chandelier
francesca owings interior design
bryant large billiard light
matthew quinn / photo by mali azima
bryant large lantern
barbara waltman design
bryant sconce with white glass shade
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bryant bath sconce
mr. call designs / photo by philip ficks
bryant table lamp
austin bean design studio / photo by alyssa rosenheck
Step inside the breathtaking Coastal Living 2016 Showhouse in Bridgehampton, New York. The 6,800-square-foot retreat designed by architect Fred Throo with interiors by Meg Braff is a modern take on the traditional Hamptons-style home. Shop the lighting looks showcased in some of our favorite spaces and see the full house in the September issue of Coastal Living!
Harmonious pops of blue and green can be found throughout the house. The combination makes a splash in the living room, which overlooks the pool area through french doors.
Toronto designers Elizabeth Metcalfe and Nicole Webster of Elizabeth Metcalfe Interiors + Design have established a reputation for creating interiors rooted in classic design with modern sensibility. Without exception, every eye-catching space in the firm’s portfolio is a thoughtful union of beauty and functionality. We are thrilled to share a few of these spaces with you as we shine our spotlight on Elizabeth Metcalfe Interiors + Design!
“Our ultimate goal is to give our clients a home where they feel they have always belonged – a home that respects who they are and how they want to live. I want to take their breath away.” – Elizabeth Metcalfe
OurCharleston showroom had the pleasure of working with Novella Homes on the lighting selection for this newly-completed, cottage style home on Daniel Island. Steve Guaglianone and team selected every finish with an incredible attention to detail and delivered a luxurious yet livable family home. Get inspired by our photo tour of 359 Lesesne Street and shop the lighting looks! Photography by Patrick Brickman for Charleston Home + Design.
A classic brass lantern and shiplap walls set a tone of casual elegance in the entry.
To celebrate the completion of the home, we partnered with Novella Homes and Charleston Home + Design on a spectacular kick-off event. Coastal Crust mobile eatery provided Neapolitan style pizza, locally-crafted beer on tap and an eclectic assortment of wines. Thank you to everyone who helped make this event a success!
Visit the Novella Homes website for more information on this home and to view more of their beautiful projects.
The Visual Comfort Studio collection offers a wide range of styles in the signature finishes you know and love. This classic line can be mixed and matched harmoniously with pieces from our designer collections, and is continuously evolving through new product introductions. Shop these popular styles from the Studio collection and as always, enjoy free standard ground shipping on every order within the continental US!
The Studio series offers simple and functional task lighting for any application. Each style is available in four signature finishes.
The 2016 Southern Living Idea House celebrates the history of the magazine on its 50th anniversary year. Located in the town of Mt Laurel just outside of Birmingham, Alabama, the classic Southern cottage was completed entirely by designers with roots in the region. Shop the lighting looks selected by these designers in our sneak peek of the home before planning your visit!
entry & stairway | ashley gilbreath
Ashley Gilbreath of Montgomery, Alabama brings casual elegance to the entry and stairs with a series of Kristen Blakeney sketches, brass fixtures and a striped runner.
From the day Steven Kendrick founded Structures Building Company in 1999, his mission was clear: simplify the complex process of custom home building and remodeling for his clients. It wasn’t long before Structures developed a reputation for crafting some of the most beautiful and energy-efficient homes in the Charleston area. Our showroom has had the pleasure of working with Steven and his team to bring their clients’ visions to life, one light at a time. Get inspired by a few of our favorite homes by Structures Building Company and shop their hand-selected lighting looks! Photography by Holger Obenaus.
Architectural details can have a huge impact on a home’s design. Instead of keeping an architect on staff, Structures works closely with many of the top firms in the Charleston area. With their help, clients can choose the architect whose individual style and design philosophy most closely matches their own.
The design/build team works with local vendors and suppliers to source the highest quality materials and finishes for every budget. Clients enjoy this simplified approach to selecting fixtures, appliances, color palettes and much more.
“Our clients love seeing all of the beautiful and unique lighting options at the Circa showroom in Charleston! As a designer with a custom home builder who is focused on customer service, it is vital to have resources like Circa who share the same vision of excellence.” – Deborah Way, Design Manager
The biggest city in the state where everything is bigger, Houston, Texas is home to world-class performing and visual arts venues, a thriving restaurant scene and plenty of lone-star charm. Take a tour and shop the lighting looks from a few of our favorite spots to dine and unwind in the Bayou City!
La Table is a dining destination like none other! Visit the first floor for the charming bakery and coffee counter. As you head upstairs to the formal dining rooms, be sure to browse the impressive library of art, fashion and lifestyle books from Assouline publishing house. Design by Dolores Suarez and Caroline Grant of Dekar Design.
Shop the latest from international retailer Club Monaco’s luxurious yet wearable collection of clothing and accessories. We love the boutique feel of store in the Houston Galleria. Design by Jennifer DiLeonardi and James Mills of Club Monaco’s Store Design Team.
Converted from a cozy ’30s-era house in Houston’s River Oaks, the Backstreet Cafe features a homestyle New American menu and gourmet cocktails. The intimate outdoor patio provides the perfect atmosphere for their legendary Sunday brunch. Design by Rudolph Colby of Colby Design.
Built in 1926, The Lancaster Hotel is recognized as a Texas Historical Landmark and the only hotel in the city to qualify for membership with Historic Hotels of America. Guests can enjoy the Lancaster’s distinctive décor, original 19th century art and top-notch service. Restoration and design by Gensler.
The Traditional Home Southern Style Now Showhouse made its debut in New Orleans this spring. Transformed by 23 talented designers and artists, all originally from the South, the stunning Uptown District home celebrates the region’s cultural traditions while exploring the innovative ways they have been reimagined for 2016. Get inspired and shop this preview of the lighting looks selected for the showhouse! Photography by Brittany Ambridge.
Marbleized silk and gilded antique frames line the walls of the entry hall created by New Orleans-based designer Melissa Rufty.