The name says it all. What would you expect to find at the newly opened Orange Anchor restaurant located in the Washington Harbour at the Georgetown waterfront? A nautically inspired space filled with playful pops of brilliant orange to complement the wide variety of fresh seafood, steaks, burgers, and craft beer.
Reese Gardner, owner of the Wooden Nickel Bar Company which created the Orange Anchor, embraced the location and carefully chose colors, decor and nautical lighting to support the name and concept of the venue.
“We wanted it to resemble a yacht,” Reese says. “We wanted a chic look with clean lines and pops of orange and... Read More
The classic styling of an RLM warehouse shade has long been a popular choice for both residential and commercial lighting venues where a downward focus of light is desirable. Think restaurant tables and retail store displays on the commercial side and kitchen islands and front porches on the residential side. The bowl shape of the warehouse shade keeps the light directed down, not splashing onto the next table or into the neighbor’s front yard. But sometimes you a bit of uplighting add visual interest to a fixture and provides more light to a space.
We’re happy to introduce two new fixtures that do both — The Sydney and the Sydney Industrial!... Read More
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Where does one go to escape the hectic Chicago lifestyle? They take a 70 minute drive just East of the city to Harbor Country, Michigan. Nestled along the coast of Lake Michigan sits a row of 8 towns making up the official region of Harbor Country. In the early 1980’s, marketing and public relations efforts took to revitalizing Harbor Country, ultimately creating the vacation destination known today to some as “The Hamptons of the Midwest.” Large scale publications like The Chicago Tribune, Chicago Magazine, The New York Times, and Midwest Living began running large full page spreads positioning the area as a... Read More