Kichler Lighting was started in 1938 by Leonard Kichler. In 1954 a gentleman by the name of Sam Minoff bought the small Cleveland decorative lighting company. As part of the purchase Sam promised to honor Leonard Kichler and never change the name of the company. He also agreed to maintain the excellence his customers had enjoyed. Sam kept his promises and Kichler Lighting is now the largest and most recognized Lighting Fixture company in the world.
Kichler Lighting is winner of 4 ARTS Lighting Manufacturer of the Year awards. Sam Minoff is a member of the Lighting Hall of Fame and is the inaugural winner of the ARTS Lifetime Achievement Award. Kichler Lighting is still family-owned and Sam brought the principals of leadership, loyalty, honesty and quality to this industry leading company.
These qualities are an important part of the makeup of every member of the Kichler Corporate family, each of whom understands decorative home lighting fixtures and who care about Kichler's customers. In fact, each Kichler employee has been instilled, from the top down, with Sam's three guiding principals of Customer Care, Product Value and Excellence in Design. Kichler is at the top of the list among retailers based on customer feedback about quality, reliability and ease of installation.
At Kichler, they take pride in transforming light into beautiful, functional works of art. Kichler designers travel the world to discover the latest trends in interior and exterior style, colors and design. Then they translate the best of those trends into fixtures that will bring beauty, pleasure and light into your home to stand the test of time in both quality and design.
The result is a collection of distinctive fixtures that helps you express your personal style, taste and personality - whether it's casual, contemporary, urban or traditional. And to make it easy for you to decorate your entire home, we offer our lighting in family collections.
Kichler Lighting - Giving you a better way of lighting your world is not just our job, it's our passion.