Celebrating U.S. Made Products on Independence Day

Posted on 7/4/19 3:30 PM

In honor of Independence Day, we'd like to take a moment to talk about the importance of supporting U.S. made products. At Niche, we take pride in the fact that behind every handmade pendant light is a team of talented, detail oriented, and patient designers, artists, and technicians. Every single glass pendant light that comes from Niche is made, not manufactured by a staff who is committed to delivering our signature products with the highest standards in mind. 


Modern Rustic Farmhouse in Colorado Mountains Features Handmade Lighting

Posted on 6/25/19 3:07 PM

This modern rustic farmhouse nestled in the mountains of Colorado belongs to interior designer Julie Roitman of Studio XO. With her design expertise, Roitman knew she wanted her family home to be filled with light and to draw inspiration from the natural surroundings. 

The result is an 8,700-square-foot oasis that sits on the 18th hole of the Tom Fazio Course, overlooking stunning views of the land. It features exterior elements like stone walls that help bridge the gap between the indoors and outdoors. For additional brightness, handmade Niche pendants illuminate the cozy-yet-chic interior.


Virginia Home Illuminated by Handmade Niche Pendant Lighting

Posted on 6/19/19 1:38 PM

With help from Studio Snaidero, a home in Arlington, Virginia underwent an incredible transformation. Take a tour of this spectacular home and see all of the rooms illuminated by Niche lighting.



Historic Villa in Switzerland Undergoes Stunning Transformation Featuring Handmade Pendants

Posted on 6/6/19 3:30 PM

A historic villa in Switzerland underwent a stunning transformation thanks to the talented Atelier Zuerich. Handmade Niche pendant lights featured in this space are a welcomed and fitting addition, as the tradition of glass-blowing has been around for centuries. Keep reading the blog to see how traditional meets modern design.



Princeton Home Undergoes Remodel with Niche Pendants Before Hitting the Market

Posted on 5/28/19 3:36 PM

The owner of a Princeton, New Jersey Ranch was looking to add some charm to her space before putting the home on the market. With help from Niche's very own Jeremy Pyles, the two completed a full cosmetic remodel including a new kitchen, master bathroom, and the addition of skylights throughout the house to brighten each room with natural light. Keep reading to see how Niche handmade pendants found their way into this renovation. 



Italian Home Features Hand-Blown Pendant Lighting

Posted on 5/14/19 12:30 PM

Located in the Alpine town of Merano, House T consists of two merging structures, which due to the landscape are slightly offset in height. Designed by Monovolume Architecture & Design, the home features a sprawling glass facade, letting in as much natural light as possible. The addition of hand-blown glass pendant lights in the dining room complements the structure's overall open and airy aesthetic. We're thrilled with the result.



Seattle Home Undergoes Transformation on a Budget, Includes Hand-Blown Pendants

Posted on 5/7/19 3:15 PM

Situated in the Seattle neighborhood of Magnolia, this modern home underwent a complete renovation on a limited budget. Rerucha Studio carefully chose materials that were economical but sustainable. “With a modest budget, you choose selectively. It’s like an outfit, Prada shoes, and a Gap t-shirt is just fine — you do not need all Prada." We're excited to share this transformation with you, especially the kitchen, which includes hand-blown Niche pendants.



Mill Valley Kitchen Features Hand-Blown Solitaire Pendant Lights

Posted on 4/29/19 4:00 PM

A family of three living in Mill Valley, California called upon Elena Calabrese to complete a full cosmetic remodel of their home. Each room enhances the spectacular landscape that surrounds the property. We may be biased, but our favorite room in this home is the kitchen, which features hand-blown Niche pendant lighting.


Niche Showcases Hand-Blown Pendants at High Point Market

Posted on 4/25/19 12:15 PM

We would like to thank everyone who came to see us at the High Point Market earlier this month. For those of you who aren't familiar with High Point, it is one of the largest furnishings industry trade shows in the world, which brings more than 75,000 design-enthusiasts to North Carolina. It was an honor to showcase some of our new collection alongside our tried-and-true designs. 



High-Rise Apartment in Philadelphia Undergoes Renovation, Features Hand-Blown Pendant Lights

Posted on 4/16/19 10:50 AM

A woman called on the help of Melissa + Miller Interiors to transform a 2,300-square-foot unit in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania that hadn't been touched since the '70s. She wanted to create a space that could accommodate her grandchildren during extended stays and guests of all ages for get-togethers.






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