Our affiliated lighting showrooms across the country have an amazing selection of light fixtures, home decor, and more. If you’re looking for new lights for your bedroom, bathroom, or kitchen, then a Lighting One member showroom can be the best place to start. Our mission is to provide our cooperative members with access to the finest products from the best brands, and then pass that quality on to the customer!

The blog posts below contain great tips and advice for showroom owners who are interested in learning more about Lighting One and our cooperative program. If you’d like to get started, then please contact us today!

  1. Shop Locally for New Lighting

    With more than 300 affiliated showrooms and retail locations across North America, Lighting One understands the importance of shopping locally for new lighting and home decor. Every one of our co-op members has a unique vision of what they want their store to be, and they have the freedom to create the business they want, while receiving our support with access to products from the world’s leadi…Read More

  2. Reconnect With Your Local Showroom

    Shopping for new lighting can be both exciting and challenging, but with recent changes brought about by the coronavirus pandemic, the challenges now often outweigh the excitement. At Lighting One, our member showrooms are always ready to help people however they can, whether that’s shopping in the store, providing guidance over the phone, or helping a customer find products online. As businesse…Read More

  3. Find New Lighting In Stock or Have It Shipped!

    A Lighting One affiliated showroom offers a fantastic selection of products to fit any style of home. If you’re building a new home and need fixtures for every room, or you have a fixer-upper that you’re in the midst of renovating, your local lighting store can provide everything you need. It doesn’t matter if it’s a one-story Ranch-style home in suburbia or a tall Victorian house in a sma…Read More

  4. Add Retro Vibes to Your Home With New Lighting

    Lighting styles come and go, but there are some that stand the test of time. When you think of “retro” lighting, you might think of the fixtures that your grandparents had in their home that was built in the 1950s or 60s. You may have also recently moved into a house that has lights from the 60s, and while you want to replace them with modern fixtures, you also want to maintain the original re…Read More

  5. Chandeliers Where You Least Expect Them!

    At Lighting One, we’re always interested in finding new ways to implement lighting into homes. We’re always encouraging our affiliated showrooms to help homeowners look at lighting in different ways, such as putting a fixture in a place it wouldn’t normally be found. One prime example of that is installing chandeliers in creative spaces, such as the bathroom, bedroom, or breakfast nook. In t…Read More

  6. Lighting Do’s and Don’ts

    At Lighting One, we know that everyone has their preferences when it comes to lighting their home. Some people like to have a floor lamp in the corner of the living room, while others would rather have a table lamp on an end table. There are always new options when it comes to lighting, but there are also some do’s and don’ts that are important to follow, especially when you’re installing ne…Read More

  7. The Best of Lighting

    Now that 2020 is here, we can take the opportunity to look back at 2019 and consider all of the lighting and design trends that came and went over the past 12 months, as well as those that are here to stay. At Lighting One, we love seeing which styles emerge as popular choices over the course of the year, and as we begin a new year and a new decade, we’re excited to see what the major brands hav…Read More

  8. Love Your Lighting

    At Lighting One, we love the month of February. The beginning of the year is now behind us, and the month of February, although short, is filled with possibilities. It’s also a month that reminds us of who and what we love. When it comes to your lighting, there might be some fixtures that you love, while others you’re not so fond of. We, of course, want you to love all of your lights, and that…Read More