When Dallas resident Billy Mattison embarked on the remodel of his mid-century University Park home, he started with the decorative lighting. “My wife is an artist, and we love to be surrounded by art,” explains Billy. “So we needed lighting that would not only illuminate, but extend the curated feel of the home.”
Mattison worked with Dallas design-build firm RPCD, Inc. to create interiors for the home, and selected ceiling fixtures from the Hammerton Studio Parallel, Apothecary and Urban Loft collections to complement the art-filled spaces. “Hammerton was the perfect choice for this project,” says Cathy Koonsman, RPCD’s owner and principal designer. “The simple and elegant lines of each fixture echo the mid-century style of the house, while the handcrafted glass underscores the artistry of the interiors. We’re thrilled with the result.”
Above the sink: a 44"W Urban Loft Trestle linear suspension provides ample integrated LED task light along with plenty of eye appeal. Shown in Frosted Granite glass and Satin Nickel finish.
In the great room: A 9-light Apothecary multi-port pendant chandelier.
In the dining room: a 44"W Parallel oval chandelier illuminates both the Smoke Granite glass of the fixture as well as the table below with integrated LED lighting. The finish is Satin Nickel.