Outdoor lighting is in.
We are excited to announce that we have received UL Wet Location and IP65 ratings for all of our production fixtures. Whether you are designing an elegant rooftop bar, a cozy terrace, or an eclectic outdoor restaurant – the possibilities are limited only by your imagination. To find out more about specifying and working with our fixtures outdoors, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Frequently Asked Questions
How do your fixtures install outdoors?
They install like any standard light fixture! There are several options depending on the fixture, but generally speaking, our fixtures include 5" round ceiling canopies that mount to junction boxes or 2.25” round flush mount endcaps that mount directly to the ceiling (no junction boxes needed). All of our fixtures include drivers that need to be wired and mounted remotely by your electrician.
Will the exterior woven nylon get dirty or damaged?
The exterior is made of marine-grade woven nylon which is mildew, rot, and mold resistant. Depending on the environment, the exterior may weather over time but overall it should maintain its original quality. We offer a lifetime warranty so if you ever find that the exterior needs to be refreshed, we will handle it free of charge in our studio.
Which fixtures are certified for outdoor use?
All of our production fixtures are UL Wet Location and IP65 rated!
Do you do custom outdoor fixtures?
We do have some limitations for customization, but we’d be happy to discuss the project with you! If you are interested in a custom fixture, please reach out with additional details about what your project entails and we will assess whether it can be accomplished in an outdoor environment.
Did you really put them in a pool?
Heck yes we did. We’re not that good at photoshop.
Can I put them in a pool??
Don’t try this at home, kids! While the fixtures are rated for outdoor use and can withstand rain and snow, we do not recommend submerging them in pools or other bodies of water – while they will still function, the chlorine, salt, or other chemicals will degrade the brass and possibly cause permanent damage to the fixture.