The PLC Lighting Story
Based in Chatsworth, CA, PLC Lighting was formed in 1989 by the Gilardi family. Based on previous retail lighting experience, they found the available selection of affordable contemporary lighting on the market to be inadequate, so they decided to form a company to make just such fixtures.Read More
Soon, PLC Lighting garnered the attention of lighting retailers throughout North America and eventually spread to other somewhat unexpected locales: Central and South America and the Caribbean. Today, PLC Lighting's value-oriented contemporary lighting fixtures continuously grace hotels, homes and other businesses throughout these areas.
Why We Love PLC Lighting
PLC Lighting creates affordable contemporary lighting that makes modern design accessible to everyone. They also make their lighting further accessible with a variety of options within the realm of modern lighting: crisp white glass paired with gleaming metal finishes, and colorful, textural art glass in clean shapes. The variety and value of PLC Lighting fixtures are further complemented by a high level of quality, making it contemporary lighting that you not only can afford, but that will also last.
A Fun Fact About PLC Lighting
The PLC Lighting name is a streamlined version of Pacific Lighting Corporation, the name of the company in its previous incarnation as a retailer in the early 1980s.
Noteworthy Lighting From PLC Lighting
The Millennium Bath Bar is the ideal representation of the numerous contemporary bathroom light fixtures PLC Lighting makes. It features bowed panels of ribbed glass held within frames of gleaming chrome. And for a pendant that is sure to light up your entryway or foyer area, look to the Hydrogen Multi-Pendant.
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Add an elegant accompaniment to your bathroom spaces with the Cosette Bath Bar from Huxe. A clever contemporary assembly of sleek steel surfaces, it uses a rectangular wall plate to hold the horizontal bars and damp-listed LED lamping that rises ...
Crisp illumination in ultramodern style: The Quoizel Downtown Bar Bath has a flawless profile appears in refreshing hues. A clean, linear frame is topped with delicate crystal balls and voluminous shades. This versatile design is capable of up or down-light ...
While you don't have to be into collecting baskets to appreciate the Varaluz Dreamweaver Bath Bar, it couldn't hurt. It features bands of recycled steel woven into rectangular holders, with the depth of the weave accentuated by a Blackened Copper ...
Transform the bathroom into a relaxing haven with the Varaluz Flow Bath Bar. Ribbons of hand-crafted recycled steel form its facade, and their undulating openwork pattern creates a rhythmic play of light. Hand-applied two-tone finishes add luster and depth. Mounts ...
Transitional with versatility in mind. The Joelson Bath Bar from Kichler can suit a wide variety of interior decors and motifs, from traditional to modern, thanks to its minimalist design and emphasis on quality. The retro-inspired light bulb sockets hold ...