I am interested in lighting by Justice Design Group.. Just wondering if anyone has heard of them, bought their products, have any info. regarding the company?
Justice Design is a fine lighting company. They have been around for many, many years. I sold them for at leat 25 years in the showroom and I do still represent them. I don't have much listed on the web site but I use them a lot in my consulting business. Very versatile and good quality.
Let me know what you are looking and for and I will be glad to help you out. email@example.com
Thanks ginger. I have been agonizing about kitchen lights to match my transitional kitchen and found these lights.
All of the lighting i was looking at seemed to have fabric shades which is not a viable option for a house full of children, dogs and the occasional cooking splatter and I think these justice lights give me that look with less maintenance.. Thanks for giving me some reassurance for my choice!!!
Here is a link that might be useful: Justice Lights
The Porcelain shades are beautiful. One word of caution, the material is very matte and porous finish that could stain if splattered with anything greasy. Otherwise just a dusting and careful washing occasionally would keep them clean. You can email me your model number if you need a price or perhaps you have a good showroom in your area.
Thanks for your feedback. I actually went to see the Justice lights live today and although I really liked them, I am afraid they will get destroyed in my home with two small girls. Spaghetti and most recently bubble gum pink anti-biotics tend to end up in the most bizarre places and I am terribly concerned those lights will be destroyed.. I was wondering if you could help recommend a light for over my kitchen table that would look good with these hinkley lights...Thanks for your help!
Here is a link that might be useful: Hinkley Island Pendant lights
Gillylily -- Looking at the styles you have linked, I think you'd enjoy at least looking at what Rejuvenation Lighting has to offer. They provide semi-custom options for "historically correct" lighting (and some hardware as well) for Victorian through the Atomic Age and the quality of their pieces continues to impress me. Shades, finishes, and installed length are all standard options. Their prices are, in my opinion, very reasonable, comparable to many "stock" fixtures.