- Balance overhead lighting from ceiling lights with table lamps and floor lamps.
- Use flushmount ceiling lights in areas with low overhead clearance.
- Ceiling lights require hard wiring. If non exists, a professional electrician can install it in the location desired.
The hallmarks of Hubbardton Forge lighting and home décor products are enduring value, hand crafted artistry and integrity in all of their hand-forged products made of heavy gauge steel. Founded in 1974 in Vermont by George Chandler and his partner Reed Hampton, Hubbardton Forge fired up its first blacksmithing forge in a old barn almost forty years ago. Each piece is carefully crafted by members of a small team that numbers just over 200 employees. America's oldest commercial forge features designs and craftmanship that span centuries. The timeless design, craftsmanship and top customer service make Hubbardton Forge a leading lighting company for today's residential and commercial lighting in interiors and on exteriors. The lighting collection from Hubbardton Forge
at Arcadian Home includes a wide selection of ceiling lights. The Hubbardton Forge ceiling lighting collection contains an array of designs, finishes, styles and sizes.
Our Hubbardton Forge collection of ceiling lights is available in a variety of styles, sizes, functions and finish selections. Styles are sold from traditional to contemporary, with transitional falling in between the two. Along with mini ceiling lights and inverted ceiling light styles, ceiling lights are also available in a lot of sizes. Designs such as flushmount and semi-flushmount ceiling lights in addition to hanging lights and chandeliers
round out the collection. Ceiling lights from Hubbardton Forge are available in popular finishes including black, bronze or brushed steel to coordinate with a variety of interior and furniture styles.
Ceiling lights from Hubbardton Forge are found in commercial spaces and residential designs in home and building interiors. Hubbardton Forge ceiling lights accent the interiors of restaurants, retail stores, bars, offices, spas, hotels, and other commercial buildings. Ceiling lights can be used throughout the home in bedrooms, bathrooms, master bedrooms, hallways, foyers, finished basements, home offices and more.