6 Fresh Ways to Let There Be Light!

Here at the studio, we say that lighting is the jewelry of the room, yet it is often overlooked, especially when it comes to new construction. A thoughtful and well-placed light fixture can update and transform a space in minutes! There’s a reason “Lights” is the first word in the phrase “Lights, Camera, Action,” and that’s because the lighting is crucial to setting the proper scene for the stage. The same goes for your home, office, or exterior! It’s all about the experience you want and the journey you take others on while in your spaces.

We have so much fun selecting lighting for our interior design clients and the historic restoration project at our studio in the Coburn Hutchinson House in downtown Summerville, SC. Of course, style and quality are of utmost importance. While restoring this particular historic house, we needed to select fixtures that spoke to the home’s history but were contemporary enough to make the house feel updated and fresh! Check out our before-and-after gallery on the kitchens and baths interior design page to see some of the lighting we chose for the Coburn Hutchinson House and other recent projects. 

We also wanted to share a few other light fixtures that we love from Hudson Valley Lighting Group! Below, enjoy some of our favorite lighting design schemes that make a statement in each space!

6 Lighting Fixtures We Can’t Get Enough Of!

1. Playful Art Deco Inspo


2. Timeless Lantern for Today’s Interiors

Ren Pendant

3. Artisanal Molten Glass

Washington Pendant

4. Dreamy Champagne Chandy

Brasher Chandelier

5. Opal Glass Shade

Middlebury Pendant

6. Sputnik Style Meets Classic Lantern

Glendale Pendant

*All the images above are sourced from Pinterest*

How’s that for inspiration?! So many looks here, and you see how versatile these pieces are and how they speak so sweetly to each space!

Stay tuned for more beauties from Hudson Valley Lighting and Corbett Lighting.

They light up our life, y’all! Sorry, I couldn’t resist!

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