The Urban Electric Co. is known for eye-catching lights created by top designers in every shape, size, and super-inventive color. Here, we highlight some of our favorite lighting choices for the kitchen and bath, with pendants and wall lights telling unique design stories. See how different designers and architects used one-of-a-kind lighting to bring these spaces together.
A pair of colorful Cosy pendants brighten up this crisp kitchen by JamesThomas Interiors
This sprawling kitchen in Bridgehampton by Stephens Design Group features two Malplaquet double pendants over the islands.
Nadia Watts Interior Design used repeated Gibson pendants over a kitchen island.
A pair of Mac pendants add some needed dark contrast to this white kitchen by Carol Flanagan Interior Design.
In this bright kitchen in Clyde Hill, Washington, Hyde Evans Design used a set of Metro sconces.
Here, a pair of Cosy pendants provide a focal point over the marble-topped kitchen bar by Alisberg Parker Architects.
In this lovely powder room, Alan Design Studio used R.C. fixtures to frame a mirror.
Stefani Stein Inc. brought statement into a bathroom with two Oculus sconces.
Huntley lights frame double sink mirrors in this bathroom designed by Jennifer Robin Interiors.
Denise McGaha Interiors used a Balfour sconce to illuminate a sophisticated black and white bathroom.
Robbins Architecture used a pair of Garrison sconces to add light beside the mirrors and sink area of this master bath.
Liz Caan used the Cosy pendant to full effect in this colorful powder room.
BK Interior Design used the Maxine wall light over this powder room mirror to tell a consistent color story.
In this charming bathroom by Amanda Barnes, the Jackson flushmount is installed over a petite sink and mirror.