One of the best parts of being a lighting manufacturer is getting to work with inspiring industry professionals along the way. It's always a treat to see Schoolhouse products styled in the wild, and as we reflect on the year, we're incredibly grateful for the support of our trade community near and far. To celebrate the end of the year and kick off the next, we rounded up a few of our favorite trade spaces from 2021.
#1: Anne Sage's Serene California Space
Here at Schoolhouse, we’ve long looked up to interior designer and creative Anne Sage for her exceptional ability to create intimate settings that are inherently calming. Filled with cozy textures and neutral hues, Anne’s serene Los Angeles bungalow strikes the perfect balance between luxe and lived-in while proving that you can still achieve the home of your dreams no matter the square footage.
#2: The Swig Rig
Set in the perfect backdrop of Oregon’s Sauvie Island sits Ritzy, a 1962 Canned Ham travel trailer fully equipped with a two-tap kegerator and mini-fridge. Modern, mobile, and full of character, Ritzy is part of a beverage catering service that’s anything but conventional. From craft cocktails to beer, wine, and bar snacks, this retro trailer embodies a mix-beats-match ethos effortlessly.
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#3: Carmeon Hamilton’s Tennessee Home
Known for mixing bold patterns and rich palettes, interior designer Carmeon Hamilton takes the meaning of home to dreamy new realms. As the creative behind Nubi Interiors, Carmeon draws on her experience in health care design, balancing beauty and wellness, to curate spaces with soul. Filled with a jungle of plants, hand-painted murals, and an airy skylight, her Memphis space is a tangible reminder that good design makes every day better.
#4: Union Cowork San Marcos
Founder and designer behind Handsome Salt, Sara Simon, is known for crafting spaces that are anything but boring. Nestled in the neighborhood of North City, California, Union Cowork San Marcos, is a shared office space in a light-filled industrial setting. From dreamy plants to a vibrant color palette, the furnishings have Sara’s impeccable style written all over it.
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#5: Max Humphrey's Modern Americana Abode
If you’re a fan of design, chances are you’re already familiar with musician turned interior designer Max Humphrey. Known for crafting laid-back interiors that are anything but boring, we’ve always admired his knack for mixing patterns and eras with ease. Venture into his home for a dreamy before-and-after that puts function and fun at the forefront.
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