Often my residential clients come to me after searching the internet for that YES chandelier, pendant, or sconce fixture that they couldn’t find. Knowing what my clients don’t want, makes the creative process much easier.
A question sometimes asked, is this project to small for you to take on? They also express concern about affordability. My response is always the same, there is no job that is too small and we can always agree on a budget that you feel comfortable with.
Collaboration: I love this part! A project no matter what size, always begins with a conversation of intention. We discuss clients vision, their style, color, finishes and how exactly they want their custom light fixture to function. Is it purely inspirational or does it need to be task worthy?
Some important details to think about: Consider the type of light that you want your fixture to provide. Are you needing task lighting, or ambient lighting? Where will your fixture be hanging? Consideration of the furniture in your room, as well as other fixtures that can be seen in and from that room. We welcome as much information that you can provide. Photos are always helpful in the design and development process.

CLIENTS INCLUDE: Hardywood Park Craft Brewery . Flourish Spaces . Campfire & Co . Tazza Kitchen . Väsen Brewing Company 3North . Commonwealth Architects . Dash Design - Urban Farmer - Cleveland OH Urban Farmer - Philadelphia Distrito - Moorestown -NJ . Buckhead's Restaurant Richmond, VA . Ellwood Thompson Richmond,VA . Shades of Light Starbucks . Mellow Mushroom .Hard Rock Café . ONO Coffee Bar - Hawaii . Park Tavern Restaurant - Dallas, TX . Del Frisco's Grill - Santa Monica, CA . Grove Park Inn Asheville, NC / Valentine Museum -Richmond, VA . Helen Reed Design Shagbark - Richmond, VA . Port Royal Hotel - Wildwood Crest, NJ . Historic Masonic Theatre - Clifton Forge, VA