Wednesday, September 14, 2011

New at the Shop:
Lighting from South Carolina

"There is something so unique about the low country.  It's the laid back atmosphere, the beautiful sunsets, the creek, the tide, the salty air, the shrimping boats pulling in and out, the people walking along picking up shells, and the taste of fresh seafood as it has just been caught and cooked.  There are a thousand reasons to love the low country.  I cannot think of one reason not to love it."
- Anonymous

Well, I happen to whole-heartedly agree!

Never have I seen something come from the low country that I didn't just love, and that includes our new exclusive line of light fixtures! 

Driftwood, coppers, and other found metals are designed and melded together to create soft and easy lighting with a hint of something unexpected. 

I could spend hours on the back deck watching these light up the bay at night.  That hammered metal with its discoloring is truly stunning!

 Seeded glass makes the perfect texture to mix with the structured metal.

Calmed and relaxed just like the water, this chandelier would instantly warm up any entry way!

Two of these pendants currently hang in our window, and at night they are simply divine as the hammered copper glows so softly.

The rope, the copper, the pipe work- I can't decide what it is that makes me love this fixtures so much, but this is an industrial take on residential lighting done right- structured but not at all stuffy.

Maybe you're like me and don't have time for a trip, but bringing one of our new fixtures home with you would be a perfect way to bring the low country into your home.

Anyone for a shrimp boil?


  1. Ok, second attempt to leave a message. Hope that you get it, lol!
    I love anything copper, and the copper would look fabulous over an island, or anywhere for that matter.
    Have a nice day.

  2. I love all of these. So creative. The chandelier made out of driftwood is so unusual.