Beautiful Cascadia, Beautiful Lighting
Two beautiful projects from the Pacific Ocean to the Cascade Mountains feature Boyd Lighting in ways that are as breathtaking as the views. One floating and one perched on hillside, these homes were designed to be one with nature.
FLOATING ON AN ENDLESS SUMMER
Varo Interior Design of Vancouver, WA decks out (hah!) the most amazing luxury yachts. On the "Endless Summer," a pair of Topanga I ADA Sconce, Grasse Sconces (both by designer Jamie Drake) and a pair of Kyoto Table Lamps (by designer Deirdre Jordan) illuminate the foyer and curved staircase of the multi-story vessel. The sconces and table lamps, finished in Satin Nickel, are manufactured to withstand ocean conditions including instability and salty air. You'll definitely want to view the entire gallery by photographer, Cavan Hadley.
Photos courtesy of Cavan Hadley
The geometric frame of solid brass houses a cased white glass light column. A three way switch allows you to light just the shade, both the base and the shade, or just the base for a dramatic night light. Available in four metal finish options, and your choice of a White or Jet Black linen shade lined with matte gold. Matching pendant available.
Designed by Deirdre Jordan.
The sconce is available in six metal finish options and your choice of collar material (five shagreen color options or three wood finish options), resulting in 96 possible combinations to match your interior. The Topanga Series also includes a non-ADA version, as well as a related multi-collar sconce and accompanying single and two-tier chandeliers. Designed by Jamie Drake.
a moon inside and out
With forest views out every window, there are no bad rooms in this Vista Verde hillside home. Portland firm Soderberg Design selected the Globe Pendant to light the grand staircase complete with - you guessed it - an amazing view. The celestial pendant must look amazing on nights when the full moon is visible from the top of the stairs.