Uh oh. We're now well into September, and we've started to smell, sense and feel the coming of fall, our favorite season! You know what that means—fall-themed posts!
We've been seeing a lot of movies lately. With this Texas heat, it's a favorite past time to enjoy a few hours in the air conditioning.
This isn't the first time we've had an animal-themed post on the Swank Lighting blog. We can't help it; we love animals!
So much of what we show you on the Swank Lighting blog is controlled: Mid-Century Modern design was all about clean lines, function over form, no-frills kind of design.
We've never quite understood the use of portraits in interior design. Unless it's a family member, loved one or yourself, why would you want the likeness of a face in your decor?
We're so happy to announce that Swank Lighting was chosen to be included on the new Architectural Digest shopping site that has rece
Being a writer in the genre of interior design and architecture means always appreciating and respecting all types of designs, but not necessarily loving all the design you write about.
Today’s designer is more like an “up-and-coming designer” than a full blown design influence—at least yet, anyway.