Ray Lighting + Design Studios will make your space look amazing.
At Ray Lighting + Design Studios we take lighting seriously. Our job is to make your project look amazing, whether it’s a 200 year old cathedral or a new custom home. The right lighting will make the difference between a good job and a truly great one. I have the experience, knowledge and passion to make that happen for your project. I’ll be happy to show you how.
Houses of Worship
Enhancing with tasteful lighting
Every house of worship has a unique setof needs that must be addressed. For some it’s about making the architecture and art the focal point. For others, it's restoring the original lighting and making them energy efficient. Ray Lighting + Design Studios has the experience to work with you to develop and implement a lighting plan that will accomplish your goals.
Good lighting doesn't just happen
Good lighting design begins with a good consultation. At Ray Lighting, we take the time to learn what the client's needs are, and then offer a proposal that will meet those needs. Whether it's lighting the murals at Saint Patrick in Lowell, MA, helping the Griswold Museum restore the lighting in the historic Fehrer house, or creating an innovative and modern lighting plan for a half-bathroom remodel, Ray Lighting has the knowledge and experience to do the job.
Restoration + Custom
Restoring antique fixtures + designing new ones
At Ray Lighting, we are skilled at restoring or creating just about anything. Customers trust that we will complete the job right and deliver an outstanding product when finished.
Reduce your energy costs, not your illumination
Ray Lighting has been working with LED lighting fixtures since they appeared. One of our first jobs was restoring and retrofitting 6 Craftsman style lanterns for Avon Old Farms School with dimming fluorescent lamps. As LEDs became a viable option, Ray Lighting has been a leader in using these energy-efficient bulbs as light sources. From wall sconces in the Green Room at The Bushnell (Hartford, CT) to replacing 54 500-watt halogen down lights with 48-watt LED (Saint Patrick, Lowell, MA), Ray Lighting can suggest the best retrofit option for your lighting.