You probably already know what Schoolhouse Lighting looks like. When you shop for lighting, especially a fan light, it is labeled.
But why is this called Schoolhouse Lighting?
What I am going to write next is something I know. And it’s one of those things I know that I don’t remember where I learned it. So that means that the knowledge is suspect, because it was very likely from a fiction book. A lot of fiction books include facts, but those facts are suspect unless confirmed. We call them factions. Continue reading
January/February 2020 issue of Southern Living article Farmhouse on the Water by Valerie Rains with Photographs by Hector Manuel Sanchez and Styling by Elizabeth Demos shows a McGee & Co. Morris Lantern
The latest issue of Southern Living magazine has an article Farmhouse on the Water. It is written by Valerie Rains with Photographs by Hector Manuel Sanchez and Styling by Elizabeth Demos. I’ve read about photo shoot styling. It looks like that is a real job that real people really have.
Anyway, the photo shows a lantern I really like. It has white glass and the finish looks like bronze. It has the feel of an orb pendant, but enclosed in glass. Continue reading
Contemporary Kitchen with Kichler 42246NI semi flush ceiling lights and Design Pro LED 2700K cabinet lights
For many of us, the kitchen is the most important room in the house. It’s not just where we cook. It’s the center of family life. It’s where the children play with pots and pans and do homework. It’s where we hang out and talk.
Dining Room in The 2014 Southern Living Idea House
The 2014 Southern Living Idea House is Palmetto Bluff in Bluffton, South Carolina
“In perfect tandem, architect Ken Pursley and interior designer Suzanne Kasler work together to write the next chapter of southern style. It’s lighter, fresher and more livable than ever before.”