Urban Electric lighting

Winter Wonderland

As we anticipate the holidays and the colder months ahead, we’re reminded of the gift of nature’s beauty in the form of freshly fallen snow. At once making everything appear whiter and brighter outside and calmer and cozier inside, a powder-covered landscape sets the scene for the season’s most magical moments. Against this dreamlike backdrop, our lights take on new meaning, transforming into beacons from a frozen terrain, as invitations into comfort-filled interiors, and as one of the hallmarks of the rustic yet refined spaces that beckon to us all this time of year. 

Urban Electric lighting
Lundy Hang shown in black finish with antique brass accents. Architecture by Eigelberger Architecture and Design. Interiors by Lindsay Henderson.
Malplaquet shown in black finish with bronze accents and clear glass, customized. Interiors by Matthew O'dorisio.
 Shaw shown in zinc finish. Interiors by The Architects Wife.
Urban Smokebell shown in bronze finish with translucent antique mirror on clear glass. Interiors by Backen Gillam Architects.
Urban Electric lighting
Charleston Wall shown in darkened copper finish with clear glass. Interiors by Cakebread Ranch.
Adams shown in antique brass finish with Benjamin Moore #OC-35 Spanish White painted wood (washed application). Interiors by Palmer Weiss. Photography by Francesco Lagnese.
Zipper shown in bronze finish with shade SH-322C-WHT. Interiors by Backen Gillam Architects.