The fixtures in our American Classics collection are time-proven, trend-transcending basics.
The Arts & Crafts Movement advocated craft and character – making, using, and living with pieces made by hand.
Stately and substantive Classical Revival design descended from those fonts of western culture, Ancient Greece and Rome.
Colonial Revival design was an aesthetic embodiment of the American ideals: balanced, dignified, and not-too-rarified.
In the ’30s and ’40s, references to the past were out. Curvy silhouettes, romantic flourishes, and gleaming finishes were in.
Our Industrial Collection is based on hardworking fixtures used in America’s factories in the early 20th century.
Mid-century lighting cast off traditional designs in favor of Scandinavian lines, rocket-ship silhouettes, and buoyant colors