Whole Home Lighting Solutions? We're Here to Help.

Proper task, mood and statement lighting can change the character of a space. Our slide show displays just a few of the hundreds of pendants, sconces, recessed lighting, under counter lighting, ceiling lights and other options our lighting showrooms offer for brightening your fabulous home.

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While you'll find bathroom lighting displays and experts in all Frank Webb Home locations, a visit to one of our Whole Home Lighting Solutions locations below offers so much more. Whether you are looking for the ideal kitchen lighting, dining room lighting or illumination for another space in your home, one of our friendly, knowledgeable consultants can guide you through planning and selection. Our many working displays will show you how different lighting fixtures actually look in a room.

Brass Traditions
Dale Tiffany
Elegant Lighting
Fredrick Raymond
Hubbardton Forge
Hudson Valley
Meyda Tiffany
Minka Lighting
Minka Aire
Modern Forms
Northeast Lantern
Norwell Lighting
Progress Lighting
Quorum International
Savoy House
Visual Comfort
Vermont Modern

An Island of Light

While it is essential to provide adequate task and ambient kitchen lighting throughout the space, there is no doubt that the kitchen island is a lighting focal point. Here are some planning tips:

  • Like all home dècor, kitchen island lighting goes through phases such as the current trend of mixed pendants. If you redecorate every few years, feel free to express yourself in creative ways. If you want your design to last – and you’re concerned about resale -- choose timeless fashions that will appeal over a span of years.
  • That said, your island lighting, like your faucets and sinks, should express your overall décor theme. For example, if you have an Arts and Crafts home, you may want a simple, beautifully crafted chandelier with a dark metal finish and Tiffany or Frank Lloyd Wright style shades. While the style and finish all your kitchen fixtures don’t have to match exactly, they should harmonize; you wouldn’t want your lighting to stray far from your faucets and cabinets.
  • It may seem obvious, but remember that island lighting is task lighting, first and foremost. At Frank Webb's Bath and Lighting Centers you can see whether a fixture you like will cast sufficient bright, focused light for those essential kitchen jobs.
  • There are optimum measurements for the selection and placement of your kitchen island lights. Be sure to bring a detailed sketch of your island‘s shape and dimensions when you visit a lighting showroom.
  • Building new? Remember to plan all your kitchen and bath lighting before your construction is too far along. That gives you many more options than beginning your lighting installation during the finishing stage.

Whether you are developing a whole new kitchen lighting plan or changing out one fixture, the experienced consultants at Frank Webb's Lighting Centers are here to help.