You know the feeling – you walk into a room and everything just seems to glow with harmony and vitality. You feel enveloped by warmth and welcome. The atmosphere feels balanced and soothing. Guess what; it’s the lighting!
Light – it sets the mood, affects our performance and emotions, and even has an impact on our mental health. The right lighting can highlight favorite objects, make a room feel cozy or functional, and set the stage for entertaining or relaxing. It’s why designers place so much emphasis on the lighting in any environment.
We think finding just the right light for your country rustic or farmhouse chic space shouldn’t be a chore or require frustrating DIY. That’s why Country Traditions is proud to offer Irvin’s Tinware and Lighting. Irvin’s Early American reproductions, rustic style, and punched tinware fixtures can add just the right warmth and ambiance to any room in your house. Country Traditions has a wide selection of everything from ceiling lights including chandeliers to sconces, accent lights, nightlights, and window-candle lights. They even have outdoor lighting to turn your outdoor space into a continuation of your living area.
Handcrafted Lighting for Style and Beauty
Every light and lamp offered by Irvin’s is handcrafted and hand-patina finished. That means that each piece will have a unique personality with character-infusing rust, hammer marks, or the charming appearance of wear over time, for a one-of-a-kind look. Choose from Country Traditions’ wide selection of in-stock lighting or custom order a piece for specific use in your home.
Of course, we supply all the appropriate hardware to make home installation easy and convenient, but bulbs are sold separately.
A Lifelong Dedication to Artistry
For over 40 years, Irvin’s has been a name discriminating buyers and designers’ trust for rustic-chic lighting. Irvin’s Tinware was conceived in 1960 when 16-year-old craftsman, Irvin Hoover, was encouraged by a local merchant to reproduce an antique tin-pierced lantern. Well known in the community for his hand-made birdhouses, young Irvin fashioned his first lantern from an old stovepipe, a style that quickly became popular throughout the community. As the business grew, Irvin expanded upon his handcrafted tinware and opened Irvin’s Craft Shop, which would later become today’s Irvin’s Tinware.