Restoration Lighting Gallery has worked on thousands of unique and custom lighting projects. Our project list includes whole-home lighting projects, restaurants and bars, state and city office buildings, casinos, train stations, retail stores, churches, theatres and much more. We work with clients all over New England and beyond.
Take a look at a small sample of our custom lighting projects. We are always adding new projects, so check back often! You can view the slide show below for images of our projects, or read below for more details on each project.
Lighting Restoration at Deerfield Academy
Restoration Lighting Gallery was invited to Deerfield Academy in Deerfield, MA to restore the original 1930’s chandeliers and sconces, as well as adding replica lighting to enhance the look of the building. The lights were in poor condition – untouched since the 1930s!
The Great Light
at the Rocky Hill Congregational Church in Rocky Hill, CT
“The restoration was really well done – it was timely and professional and our congregation has responded positively. This was perfect for our 200 year celebration!” – Arlene Painter, Church Director
Custom Chandeliers at Union Station in Hartford, CT
“I wanted to express to you how happy we are with the lights you designed and manufactured for the Great Hall at Union Station. The service level you and your company provided was outstanding. From design to delivery this project was completed flawlessly within budget and on time.” – Vicky Shotland, Greater Hartford Transit District
Lighting By Sea Custom Lighthouse Lantern
When a couple went on vacation to Oregon, the beautiful scenery was not the only thing that caught their eye. It was the lighthouse in Portland that intrigued them the most. They were captivated by a light on a lighthouse and wanted to replicate a smaller version as an outdoor lantern for their home in Rhode Island.
Lighting and Seafood?
When it came time to shed some new light on Masse’s Ocean Bar and Grille in Chicopee, Massachusetts, they called in the experts at Restoration Lighting Gallery in Hartford, Connecticut. Restoration Lighting Gallery helped this family-owned and operated business create the exact look they were looking for with made-to-order chandeliers, wall sconces, porthole lights and more.
Custom 40″ Lampshade
With over 1,000 lamp shades in stock, you should have no problem finding the perfect shade for your lamp at Restoration Lighting Gallery. If you should need a shade that is a little less out of the ordinary, our experts at Restoration Lighting Gallery can make that shade for you out of any material, in any size.
Custom Chandelier & Pendant
When a customer came across a unique opportunity to obtain two hand painted pieces of Italian glass, she came to us to design a custom chandelier and foyer light for her. We were excited to jump right in and work our magic.
Restored Lights at St. Agnes Church
Restoration Lighting Gallery restored and refinished twelve chandeliers for the Summer Chapel at St. Agnes Church in Niantic, CT. The chandeliers were dusty, corroded and in need of some TLC. After the restoration, the chandeliers were rewired hung back in place. Now all twelve chandeliers hang in their original glory for everyone to enjoy!
Custom Hand Crafted Pendant Light
The highlight of the project was no doubt, the pendant light in the dining area. Everything about the fixture was customized. This cutting edge piece was designed by our experts and includes a custom fused glass bowl and colors that were hand-picked by the customer.
Repairing a Broken Glass Shade
At Restoration Lighting Gallery, we offer glass shade repair and replacement services to make your light whole. Many people do not know that Restoration Lighting Gallery and Connecticut Lighting Centers has a stock of glass shades and parts in all shapes, colors and styles. Simply bring in your light and broken shade and our skilled craftsmen will work their magic.
Custom Pool Hub Light
This custom Hubbardton Forge pool hub light was designed and installed by the epxerts at Restoration Lighting Gallery. It was part of a whole-home lighting project in Connecticut. Smaller versions of this fixture were also created.