Urban Electric lighting

Hello Yellow

Unabashedly bright, sunny and wanderlust-inducing from the boldest lemony citrons to more grounding golden-tinged hues, yellow has quickly become one of our favorite spring shades. Reflective of the balmier weather and feeling of optimism that’s afoot, we’re seeing no shortage of this color coming through the shop and splashed across some of the most inspiring installs. And we couldn’t be happier for it and the positive disposition it brings–it’s a shade that just makes you smile.   

Maxine shown in RAL #5003 Sapphire Blue finish with hewn brass lacquered accents and RAL #5003 Sapphire Blue shade, modified. Interiors by Munger Interiors. Architecture by Roger Cooner.
Cosy shown in polished brass finish with Benjamin Moore #BM329 Golden Orchards accents and clear glass. Interiors by Collins Interiors. Photography by Nathan Schroder.
Hockney shown in polished nickel finish with RAL #1027 Curry accents and shade SH-144C-WHT. Interiors by Cortney Bishop Design.
Whitby shown (soft-wired) in polished brass lacquered finish with shade SH-140C-PT (Benjamin Moore #2022-10 Yellow). Interiors by Reath Design. Photography by Laure Joliet.
 Walska shown in RAL #1005 Honey Yellow powder coat finish. Interiors by Jen Langston.
Whitby shown (hard-wired) in polished brass unlacquered finish with shade SH-140C-PT (Benjamin Moore #357 Yellow Hibiscus). Interiors by Amie Corley.
Shako shown in heirloom finish with shade SH-168X-IVY as seen on location with fine artist, Jill Hooper, Charleston, SC.
Malplaquet Double shown in Benjamin Moore #299 Firefly paint selection finish with bronze accents, black bracket and partially etched glass. Interiors by JamesThomas. Photography by Trevor Tondro.
Lundy Flushmount shown in RAL #6003 Olive Green powder coat finish with hewn brass accents. Interiors by Charlotte Lucas.
Belmont Hang shown in Benjamin Moore #349 Yellow Brick Road paint selection finish with clear glass. Interiors by Betty Burgess. Architecture by Stanley Dixon. Photography by Emily Followill.
Pop shown in polished brass lacquered finish with custom wallpaper inset and a Ferrowatt clear bulb. Interiors by Samuel Masters. Photography by Trevor Parker.