Every November, Holiday House NYC showcases top interior designers in the historic Academy Mansion to raise funds for breast cancer research and awareness in the design industry. We were thrilled to provide the lighting for two of the stunning spaces this year and support such an important cause! Get inspired and shop the pieces selected by White Webb and Archives ID.
Frank Webb and Matthew White of White Webb made an unforgettable first impression in the grand foyer of this year’s Holiday House. The centerpiece, an 11-foot-tall bronze of Apollo, is surrounded by rich textures and alluring brass light fixtures. Photography by Marco Ricca.
Archives ID principal designer Alla Akimova Harrington used a palette inspired by desert sand and blue sky in the grand mezzanine, which she titled “Weekend at Burning Man.” Contemporary art and accents in golden hues warmed the curved staircase and hall.
Portable lamps make great gifts for the people who light up your life. Get inspired by these Instagram snaps of giftable pieces by our talented clients and followers. All featured items in stock & ready to ship!
For the past seven years, Holiday House NYC has showcased top interior designers to raise breast cancer awareness in the design industry. To quote the organization, Holiday House is about the celebration of life, with each designer selecting a holiday or a special moment in life as an inspiration for their design. We are proud to share these photos from two of the outstanding designers who featured Circa Lighting in their dreamy spaces this year!
Patrick J. Hamilton
Is his brilliantly executed “Derby Deconstructed” space, Patrick J Hamilton brought a horse of a different color (or two!) to Manhattan. As a company headquartered in the South, we can always appreciate a room that incorporates a good race day mint julep. Hamilton featured the Eliot Table Lamp in Blue Wave, as well as a pair of brass Westbury Table Lamps fitting of the luxe equestrian theme. The blue ribbon goes to you, Patrick!
Labor Day means a long weekend of cook-outs, parades, and shopping sales, the beginning of football season, a new school year, the unofficial end of summer and beginning of fall. Most importantly Labor Day is a day to celebrate our successes and the economic and social triumphs of all American workers.
However you choose to celebrate this weekend, we hope that everyone has a safe, relaxing, and happy Labor Day!!!
Please note: Circa Lighting will be closed on Labor Day, Monday, September 2nd.
Circa Lighting will be closed Monday, May 27th, in observance of Memorial Day.
Hopefully most of you will have the day off as well to celebrate with your family and friends. No matter how you choose to spend this long weekend, we should all think about the reason for the holiday – to rememberthose who have died while serving in the United States Armed Forces.
We would like to wish everyone a safe and happy Memorial Day weekend!
We are well into the holiday season and we can’t get enough of the festive decorations! Here are just a few inspiring ideas to get your home feeling simply brilliant and full of cheer for the holidays!
Keep your decor simple by adding touches of seasonal color, and mixing year-round decor with holiday accessories.
The Bead and Tassel Chandelier looks great in this living room with pops of red and icy blue that stand out against the snow-like background created by the white furniture.
Cool and warm tones set the mood for any holiday.
The Aspen Iron Wall Lamp provides an ambient light in the entryway to this cozy cottage. The wreath, made of twigs and winter greenery, coordinates perfectly with the cabin’s earthy aesthetic for the right touch of Christmas cheer.
One of the easiest ways to achieve the holiday glow is with metallics that create sparkle well into the New Year!
The gold and silver accents adorning this mantel work perfectly with the Bryant Sconces in Hand-rubbed Antique Brass. The touches of evergreen and citrus add texture and interest to the room.
Lighting can make all of the difference when it comes to adding the right amount of drama to your room.
For a subtle, yet clever, change for the holidays, swap out your classic candelabra bulbs for modern globe bulbs. They mimic the ball ornaments used to create a winter wonderland effect as seen with the Large George II Chandelier in the room above.
Have you completed your holiday decorating or are you still adding the finishing touches? What are some of your favorite items to use?