Hi Tom,..my wife & I recently purchased a 1911 Edwardian/Victorian home & unfortunately most of
Hi Margaret ,
These are the Pendants you looked at :
And here are some close to the Wall Sconces:
I am inquiring about Inverted Domes for our combined kitchen/dining area.
Thanks for talking today. Pictures of the space are below (apologies it’s a mess–we
Good afternoon Tom.
My wife and I purchased a few chandeliers from you for our Second Empire house in Boston, and are finally getting around to finishing the process.
We have three more chandeliers to
I hope you are well in these strange times. I know they have not been very positive for most businesses and I am hoping that you are managing OK. I was in a recent correspondence with
Art Nouveau (new art in English), (1894-1914), is the French/Belgian name of an art movement in reaction to the academical schools at the end of the XIXth century . This movement was represented in
Conversation with Client from Oldest Communication to Most Recent on Purchase of Kitchen lights
I’ve just discovered
No one set out to make Art Deco lights. They were responding to a design style that became popular during this period and those design elements can be found in furniture
In American Architecture there was often a hybridization of Architectural styles in the late 1800s and early 1900s. This filtered down to the merchandising of interior architectural