The Savoy House Story
The Savoy House story begins in the 1930s in Georgia when Robert E. Lee (not the military leader) saw a train in the distance. Lee jumped on board thinking anything was better than plowing a field. He ended up in East Point, Georgia, where he spent his last dime at a grocery store and bakery. Years later, he and his son opened a lighting showroom out of these same two buildings, establishing Savoy House, Inc. in 1965. Savoy House is now located in Duluth, Georgia.
Why We Love Savoy House Lighting & Fans
Savoy House lighting fixtures make you feel like you've stepped back in time. Their range of luxury classic and reproduction vintage light fixtures feature Restoration and old-world Spanish, English and French-styled pieces that ground a space in character and history. Offering more than just traditional interior and exterior home lighting, There is also a large line of Savoy House ceiling fans to complement the lighting collections. From simple to sophisticated, these fans complete a classic decor scheme.
Fun Facts About Savoy House
The lion on Savoy House's logo represents royalty, bravery and strength--qualities they hope are evident in their products.
Noteworthy Products from Savoy House
The Classic Schoolhouse Designs collection represents 1900-1950 design at its height.