Ralph Lauren Home furnishings and accessories reflect the height of modern sophistication and the beauty of rare, collected objects. This week, we shine our spotlight on Ralph Lauren Home’s enduring commitment to craftsmanship of the finest materials, enhancing the places we call home.
The Mills Large Hanging Lantern features mouth-blown Restoration Glass: a Ralph Lauren signature glass designed with tiny air bubbles and a wavy texture characteristic of antique window panels.
The design of the Quincy Floor Lamp was inspired by an antique wooden folding tripod. The legs are carved from solid white oak accented by wrought iron hardware.
The Allegra Large Two-Tiered Chandelier, Laurel Candlestick Floor Lamp and Branson Shielded Torch Sconce embody the rustic elegance of Mediterranean-inspired, California style.
The Louis-XV-style Alexandra Large Chandelier features handmade rope glass arms, a scalloped body and scaled glass drops, all true to it’s original French inspiration.
The masculine silhouette of the Bleeker Large Paneled Table Lamp is crafted from solid brass, making it an heirloom-quality statement piece.
An elegant crystal base breathes new life into the classic, functional design of the Warner Pharmacy Table Lamp.

Shop the entire Ralph Lauren Home collection online or in any of our showrooms.



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.

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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.

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french deco horn sconce
studio collection
hand-rubbed antique brass

large savannah chandelier
by john rosselli
hand-rubbed antique brass

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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.archives1archives2

zodiac pendant
by e.f. chapman
antique-burnished brass


selfoss sconce
by aerin
bronze / gild interior


tall eclipse wall light
by thomas o’brien
hand-rubbed antique brass

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

Clear Glass Moravian Stars are featured over the island – image via DecorPad.

We are thrilled to bring you an article written by Ashley Scherch, AIG. She is the VP of Communications and Technology for the National Kitchen and Bath Association Texas Gulf Coast Chapter where she writes the monthly newsletters. She is also an Interior Designer and Multimedia Director for Cabinets and Designs, Inc.


White kitchens have surged and resurged since the dawn of kitchen design. Kitchens became the “heart of the home” in the 1920’s and have only continued to grow as the most used room in the home. Over the years, white kitchens have gained and seemingly lost popularity only to regain it a few years later. I believe they have established themselves on the list of lifelong trends. If done right, a white kitchen is classic and timeless.

In the past, most homeowners had distinct opinions of the white kitchen; they either loved it or hated it. Lately we have seen clients who previously despised the idea of a white kitchen highly considering and typically choose them as their finish!  The change of heart seems to root from the abundance of selection choices available today. Cabinet lines have added multiple shades of white from stark white to a creamy, country linen white. There are also the optional glazes, rustic rub throughs, high gloss finishes, and multiple distressing options (rock nicks, crackling, cow tailing, joint cracks, bird pecks, etc.). These different selection opportunities allow homeowners to create a white kitchen that suits their personal lifestyle.

Boston Functional Single Pendants in Bronze are featured over the sink.

A white kitchen used to be viewed as “cold and sterile” while now it is seen as “warm and welcoming.” The creamier finishes, espresso glazing, and distressing really soften up the look. The concept of two-toned kitchens can also create a warmer space. Many homeowners choose different finishes and/or different materials to update the “old” white kitchen feel. There are endless opportunities to create this look; choosing a stained finish on the island, on a focal point like the hood or sink cabinets, or using a different material/color counter top in different sections of the kitchen (see photo for an example where a homeowner used a white granite counter top on the perimeter and a grey slate on the island). This is perfect for the indecisive homeowner. If you love multiple finishes and materials you can use them all!  The trick is to make sure your designer/architect/contractor creates a cohesive look with the different finishes and materials.

For those of you who still doubt the white kitchen trend is here to stay, consider all the new door styles. There are hundreds, if not thousands, of different door styles to choose from today. You can get the exact look you are going for through selecting the right door style whether contemporary, transitional, or traditional. There are slab, shaker, raised panel, recessed panel, light beaded, heavy beaded, square edged and profiled edged doors. There are a variety of styles within each category, leaving endless options for your space. Choosing the right door style is a perfect way to compliment a white finish.

Caged Lantern in Polished Nickel with Natural Paper Shade is featured over the island.

White kitchens have come a long way since the 1920’s. They have come and gone as trends, however, it appears they are here to stay! With the right white, glaze or distressing, the possible use of another finish, and the right door style; a white kitchen may sneak its way into your future. Work with your designer/architect/contractor to create a timeless and unified design with white… after all, white is the new white!

You can contact Ashley at 713.627.8970 or email ashley.scherch@gmail.com.