Lately we’ve received several photos of completed spaces from very happy homeowners and others. Here are a few that we thought you would enjoy as much as we did.
The beautiful porch and balcony above are part of an 1850s Greek revival townhouse that was turned into a condo. The outdoor light on the porch was purchased through our Savannah showroom.
The two spaces above are part of another coastal home in Savannah. The Crystal Cube Basket Chandelier adds sparkle to the formal dining room while the Caged Lantern and Square Tube Wall Lights provide a warm, glow to the bathroom.
This stunning kitchen photo came from a customer in Coral Gables, FL. The primarily white space is sophisticated and functional. The five Goodman Hanging Lamps look amazing over the island and bar.
The Hotel Hershey was an exciting project for our North East Sales rep to work on and these photos really don’t do the hotel justice. It is elegant; yet cozy and relaxing. Located in Hershey, Pennsylvania, it is a Four Star and Four Diamond Rated Resort. The room above features the Westbury Table Lamps by Ralph Lauren.
The Bedside Ring Table Lamp was chosen in Polished Nickel for some of the guest rooms.
A sitting area with two wing back chairs covered in rich dark colors is tucked away in a cozy corner. The Cawdor Stanchion Wall Lights in Aged Iron work well with the lodge environment of the hotel.
The Ingrid Table Lamps designed by Alexa Hampton are used in the lounge area where guests can visit and warm up by the fire.
Moorestown, New Jersey is the home of this traditional white kitchen. Over the sink they chose a Boston Single Arm Wall Lamp in Hand-Rubbed Antique Brass with a White Glass shade for additional light.
You can’t go wrong with a classic style like the Large Country Smoke Bell Lantern. In this kitchen, they used two over the island which provide more than enough light without dominating the design.
Which of these is your favorite? Do you have a photo of your completed space that you would like to send us? If so, feel free to email it to firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll be happy to share it.