Powder coated steel
Black / White / Aqua / Tomato / Nude
Each frame light is shipped individually. A custom canopy and detailed installation instructions accompany the piece to insure a flawless installation.
A 9-foot white cord is provided ready to hard wire with white 5-inch round canopy and installation hardware. Lights can be wired for US (UL), Canadian (CUL), UK or Australian applications. Please specify.
A 5-inch 60 watt white globe incandescent bulb is provided. Replacement bulbs can be found at grocery and hardware stores. The Frame Light can take up to a 100 watt bulb. When using a 100 watt bulb, we recommend installing on a dimmer. With no dimmer we recommend using up to a 60 watt bulb. Bulbs are only included in orders shipping to the U.S. and Canada. We apologize to our international clients for any inconvenience.
16" x 16" x 16"
United States: 120V E26 Socket Medium Base. European Union & Australia: 120V E27 Socket Medium Base 240V available, please inquire.
All of our pieces are made in the United States by human hands.
Jamie Iacoli and Brian McAllister met on MySpace in late 2007. They started making things and otherwise didn’t really have a plan. They dated for a few years, the business grew, they stopped dating, the business grew, and grew and grew and grew. They were self producing all of their products and found that all they were doing was business, business, business in a depressing industrial park in south Seattle. During this time Jamie fell in love with Aaron Keeler, got engaged, brought Aaron on as a partner and they then all hatched a plan. They downsized the company, outsourced the fabrication, got a beautiful studio space overlooking Puget Sound and returned to what they love – designing beautiful products. Products that are simple, use natural materials, are just the right composition and proportion, are fabricated in the US and assembled in their studio. They all live together in a townhouse in Capitol Hill with their dogs Sid and Gus and now they have a plan. It’s sort of The Real World meets design studio, or something