This week’s Style Me Sunday ushers in a little summer warmth to ease your chilly winter blues. And there’s no better light than our new Sydney shades to do this! Its nautical style is reminiscent of our favorite oceanic holidays—and is the perfect fixture for this eclectic space.
Whether located in your back porch or living room, outdoor furniture like this Wicker Lane White Chair adds lots of texture and detail. Fresh foliage is another element that brings the outdoors in and enlivens your senses.
Crisp and clean cobalt blue-and-white patterns often make cameo appearances in nautical spaces, but we’re adding a little twist with this Arbre Chinois fabric. We love... Read More
During an employee’s recent trip to Walt Disney World, Lauren (our graphic designer) discovered a gooseneck light like our Radial Wave Shade at an entrance to the Mexico Pavilion in Epcot’s World Showcase.
With its matching brown finish and fluted shade, this gooseneck light is “muy bonita!” The Barn Light Radial Wave Goosneck Light starts at $174 and is a popular choice for sign lighting at stores and restaurants like we show today. You can even customize it with various finishes – Disney designers chose a Cappuccino style finish but our Red or Trans Yellow would have looked muy bien also, no?
Disney is known to use light fixtures... Read More
Just as you trust our blog to be a complete guide to dock lights, goosenecks and pendant lighting, boat owners turn to America’s oldest and timeliest yachting publication, Yachting Magazine. Readers like yourself, go to Yachting Magazine to find the latest news and expert advice on boating destinations and nautical products.
Spring marks the start of boating season in coastal towns across the country. On the Space Coast of Florida, we often get distracted from our daily commute by the picture perfect days on the Indian River and Atlantic Ocean. Now is the time of year when the temperature is just right for boaters to come out in full force. This weekend, one of... Read More
Boathouses protect one of your most valuable investments. Whether at a summer cottage or main home, with the right nautical light fixture, you can keep your boathouse safe and securely illuminated year round. Not only will a rugged and a reliable industrial cast guard light or nautical wall sconce last through exposure to outdoor elements and salty air, but it will also provide a stylish alternative to interior lighting should you have an industrial or farmhouse theme.
Nautical wall sconces like the Anchorage Bulkhead Wall Mount light fixture were first used aboard ships in the early 1900’s and were ultimately identified by their circular shape, grid like... Read More
Gathering inspiration from timeless maritime influences, the distinctive appearance created by nautical lanterns has led homes and businesses to incorporate this historic lighting style, which can instantly establish a unique, nostalgic presence. Originally identified by large glass enclosures, protective guards, and looping brass arms, sailors and fishermen of the early 1900â€™s used these durable lanterns to guide their ships through the dense fog and sudden squalls that often lay off the coast of New England. With such a recognizable appearance, oil-burning lanterns have become a highly coveted piece of history that are valued by collectors and interior... Read More