Sponsoring the Coastal Living Showhouse is a highlight of every year for us, and this year we get to do it twice! The magazine tapped Baily McCarthy, designer and founder of Biscuit Home to design the 2015 showhouse at Cinnamon Shore; a cozy resort off the coast of Corpus Christi, Texas. Shop the look from some of our favorite spaces and see the entire home in the November issue of Coastal Living!

 stanway sconce
by e.f. chapman
polished nickel






marine wall light
by e.f. chapman
polished nickel



The designers of this year’s Hampton Designer Showhouse turned a magnificent barn style house into a masterpiece of coastal decor trends. Now in its fifteenth year, the showhouse is located at 233 Old Sag Harbor Road in Bridgehampton, NY and will remain open to the public through Labor Day, September 7, 2015. Buy tickets here to tour the home and in the meantime sneak a peek and shop the looks from some of our favorite spaces!

master bedroom | dyfari interiors

Diane Guariglia  |  dyfariinteriors.com

cannes table lamp by AERIN


puzzle table lamp by eric cohler


carmel table lamp by thomas o’brien

upper fifth floor lamp by ralph lauren
parchment leather / brass

bedroom | hagins & mortimer design

Elizabeth Hagins and Richard Mortimer  |  haginsmortimerdesign.com

moravian xl star by e.f. chapman
burnished silver leaf

dining room | barbara page home

Barbara Page Glatt  |  barbarapagehome.com

mill ceiling light by AERIN

recreation room | melanie roy design

Melanie Roy  | melanieroydesign.com

alford column table lamp by e.f. chapman

powder room | flynnside out productions

Brian Patrick Flynn  |  flynnsideout.com

petal sconce by barbara barry


living room  |  brady design

Brian Brady and Franco Biscardi |  bbradydesign.com

moresby floor lamp by AERIN
hand-rubbed antique brass / white

Shop our entire collection online or in any of our showrooms.


Named for its sunny, golden façade and French-style architecture, Château Soleil is one of the finest examples of European-inspired craftsmanship in all of Atlanta. The 14,000 square foot estate was the site of this year’s Atlanta Symphony Associates Decorators’ Showhouse and Gardens benefitting the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra. Several of the talented local designers worked with our team in Atlanta to find lighting to suit this exquisite showhouse!

foyer powder room: beth kooby

Schooled in french design, Atlanta-based Beth Kooby created a joyful powder bath in the grand foyer of the Château with crisp white moulding and shimmering floral wallpaper. Kooby selected a pair of Large Ring Wall Sconces in alabaster by E.F. Chapman to light the marble vanity.

ringwalllarge ring wall sconce

Overhead, a custom ceiling medallion adds romance to the minimalistic Small Goodman Hanging Lamp by Thomas O’Brien in hand-rubbed antique brass with white metal shade.

smallgoodmansmall goodman hanging lamp

main level living room: michel boyd

Michel Boyd, founder of Smith Boyd Interiors brought his signature sultry aesthetic to the main level living room with velvety upholstery and jewel-toned accents. A pair of modern Clemente Wall Lights by AERIN contrasts beautifully with the baroque fireplace mantel, and a brass Edwardian Boom-Arm Floor Lamp (discontinued – similar: Studio Pivoting Task Lamp by Thomas O’Brien) lights the luxurious seating area nearby.


butler’s pantry: stuart pliner

Stuart Pliner knew when he discovered the gorgeous Mia 14″ Pendant by John Rosselli it would be the perfect compliment to his butler’s pantry. The exotic peacock wallpaper is continued on the walls of the dining room hallway.

kitchen powder room: ann wisniewski

Ann Wisniewski of AJW Designs Inc incorporates elegance with a touch of fun into her designs. For the powder room by the kitchen, she chose a pair of Ruhlmann Single Sconces in antique nickel by E.F. Chapman to accent the playful yet sophisticated cheetah wallpaper.

master bedroom: robert brown   

Bob Brown, founder of award-winning Robert Brown Interior Design, took inspiration from one of his favorite Parisian hotels for the master bedroom of the Château. Oversized art and a glamorous Gramercy Medium Chandelier by E.F. Chapman brighten the entryway to the massive suite.

Classic architecture meets contemporary art in the master bedroom sitting area, which features a Studio Swing Arm Floor Lamp in hand-rubbed antique brass.

“hers” master bath: rollins ingram

Danielle Rollins of the newly-launched Rollins Ingram interior design and architecture firm designed the “hers” master bath and closet, layering three elegant blue and white patterns throughout. The trinket-covered vanity desk features black and white photographs and is lit by a pair of timeless Abbot Single-Arm Sconces in polished nickel by Alexa Hampton.
Rollins selected the crystal-beaded Oslo Chandelier in burnished silver leaf by E.F. Chapman for the dramatic arched ceiling above the bath tub area.

guest bedroom: melanie turner

Melanie Turner brought a fresh look to the blue and white chinoiserie wallpaper in her guest bedroom, layering it with bold, solid greens and citron. What better light fixture to use in Château Soleil than the Soleil Pendant by Suzanne Kasler?

guest bath: patricia mclean

Atlanta treasure Patricia McLean selected a pair of polished nickel Two-Light Classic Round Back Wall Sconces by E.F. Chapman with crisp white shades in the bathroom attached to her cheerful guest bedroom.

SL2816PNtwo-light classic round back wall sconces

terrace landing: cathy rhodes   

When designing the lower stairs and terrace landing, Cathy Rhodes wanted to create a warm and interesting place that welcomed guests as they come down to the basement. She added scalloped shades to a pair of Anita Table Lamps in tea stain porcelain with brass accents by Alexa Hampton.

Shop our entire collection online or in any of our showrooms.

Tomorrow night is the preview party for the 2nd Annual O’More Alumni Showhouse in downtown Franklin, Tennessee, benefiting the interior design program at O’More College of Design.


We are proud to be a sponsor of the second annual showhouse, which features a full restoration of a ca. 1904 Queen Anne Victorian landmark home in downtown Franklin’s Hincheyville Historic District. Twenty-six area interior designers, representing four decades of O’More College alumni, have been working for nearly a year to bring the Show House back to life. The list reads like a Hall of Fame for the industry in Middle Tennessee.

The O’More Alumni Show House will be open for tours from April 4-27 at 1009 West Main Street. The home will be open Tuesdays through Sundays from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., until 7 p.m. on Thursdays and closed on Mondays. Tickets are $20 and can be purchased on-site.

Living Room design by K Evers Interiors, featuring the Belvoir Chandelier

If you are unable to attend the preview party or a tour, get an insider’s look by following The O’More Alumni Show House tumbler page.  Let us know how many Circa Lighting fixtures you can spot!

The Napa Valley Showhouse at Cardinale Winery in Oakville, California, opened October 5.  We are proud to be a sponsor of this stunning home, which was hosted by Traditional Home magazine. The location is breathtaking!

The foyer, gallery and powder room were designed by Kathy Geissler Best of KGB Interior Design. She chose the Dressage Round Chandelier by Suzanne Kasler for the foyer. The iron and leather fixture is a natural choice for the rustic, elegant home.

The master bedroom and bath were designed by Melanie Turner Interiors. She used neutral tones with stone and brass light fixtures. The Darlana Medium Lantern overhead in the center of the room with two Large Chunky Urn Lamps in Alabaster on either side of the bed. On the desk she chose the Estelle Display Lamp by Alexa Hampton.

The sitting area within the master suite is cozy and home to a couple of hooved feet stools. They are sure to be conversation pieces! A pair of Madeleine Floor Lamps were used for additional light at either end of the sofa.

So, what are your thoughts on the hooved stools – love them or leave them?

If you’re in the Napa Valley area, please stop by the house and enjoy a tour. All proceeds benefit the Napa Valley Film Festival. The home will be open to the public until November 11, 2012.

{ Photo credit: John Merkl, courtesy Traditional Home }

We are thrilled to be a sponsor again this year of the Hampton Designer Showhouse  presented by Traditional Home. The location is set in Water Mill, NY and benefits the Southampton Hospital.

So many talented designers participated this year, and we are so honored some of them selected Circa Lighting to brighten their spaces.

The beautiful den on the main floor is the vision of designer Kate Singer. The room works harmoniously with colors from the Hamptons’ landscape – blues from the ocean and neutrals that mimic the sand. The Lotus Floor Lamps in Plaster White by Barbara Barry are perfect for the space.

The kitchen was spectacularly designed by Robert Bakes of Bakes and Company who chose a modern approach with four of the Small Caged Lanterns in Polished Nickel over the island. He carried his approach even further by combining traditional elements with sleek finishes.

Blues and greens took center stage this year among many of the designers. Jennifer McConnell, VP of Design at Pearson, also added strong coral accents to her room. The color really pops against the neutral sofas. The Metal Banded Pendant in Gilded Iron has such a unique shape that it adds an artistic element to the room. Jennifer chose the Stacked Pot Form Table Lamp  for added light in one area of the room and the Bedside Ring Table Lamp for top of the glass front cabinet in the corner.

Dyfari Interiors had the task of designing the 50 Shades Adult Playroom and designer Diane Guariglia did a remarkable job! The room is bold and dramatic; yet, cozy and comfortable. The two Modular Ring Chandeliers in Polished Nickel look gorgeous against the backdrop of various textures.

The showhouse will be open through Labor Day so, please stop by for a visit if you are in the area!

Which room is your favorite?

All photos are courtesy of Traditional Home.