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mponyboy
Light fixtures

On the Newton Project, I've looked until blurry-eyed and maybe missed it, but where did the ceiling lighting come from? Especially the dinning room light? I liked the drum lights too - I have a Colonial Revival and think that might be a nice twist on the tradition for my style home.
Thanks

Debra
Re: Light fixtures

This is the closest I could come:

Historic Light Restoration
Supplier:
Yankee Craftsman, Inc.
357 Commonwealth Road, Route 30
Wayland, MA 01778
tel. 508-653-0031
www.yankeecraftsman.com
Contact: Scott Sweeney

mponyboy
Re: Light fixtures

Thanks. But I only found that they restored the top floor pool room fixture and no mention of then supplying lights.

JLMCDANIEL
Re: Light fixtures

The lighting designer got the new lights but she didn't say from where or what brand. Sugest you check with a lighting shop.
Jack

Debra
Re: Light fixtures

You're in luck, I watched the last episode of the Newton project again and found the lighting designer's name. I Good Searched her to earn money for Open Heart Pregnancy Resource Center and found her listed in Paul's blog with a link to her office. "Susan Arnold from Wolfers" http://www.wolferslighting.com/light_solutions/planning_request.html
Write a request for the source.

Here's the blog: http://oldhousemyhouse.thisoldhouse.com/2007/07/draft---decisio.html#more

It's at the bottom of the blog, I promise.

mponyboy
Re: Light fixtures

Thanks. I did see that but their site didn't list the Newton house (as of yet) under projects and I couldn't find the lights in their catalog easily. I'm guessing you're right about emailing them direct.

Mark

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