“Awesome,” “Yay,” and “Hip hip hooray” are just a few of the exclamations we let loose when we heard that Rejuvenation was included in This Old House Magazine’s “The Best New Home Products of 2012″ list.
It’s the third year in a row our fixtures have appeared on this esteemed list. In 2010, TOH honored the Hood, a classic globe chandelier, and in 2011 they honored the Gemini, a versatile Mid-Century Modern wall bracket.
In 2012, the product that clinched our position was the Independence, a transitional Arts & Crafts wall sconce we first saw in a 1907 catalogue. While many may think Arts & Crafts is all straight lines and boxy corners, this piece shows off a softer side of the movement with its fluid profile and distinctive whip detail.
This Old House winner, the Independence wall sconce
According to This Old House Magazine, the winners are selected as “the result of an exhaustive search for the most forward thinking, relevant, and necessary new home products out there.” We couldn’t be happier to join such august company, and look forward to how we’ll top ourselves next year.