Your source for lighting, ceiling fans & home accents
Welcome to Phillips Lighting & Home!
We are a family owned and operated lighting and home furnishings showroom located in Modesto, California. Our founders, Elton and Wilma Phillips began their business as Phillips Electric Shop in 1947. We carry an ever-changing selection of stylish accent furniture, home accessories, decorative mirrors and art, area rugs, and gifts. We also offer quality dining room furniture, including beautiful, custom made-to-order pieces!
Our goal is to create an enjoyable and productive shopping experience for you! Phillips Lighting & Home has earned a following not just in Modesto, but also from the Bay Area, the Sierra foothills and up and down the Central Valley. We work hard to make sure that our customers find the drive worthwhile. We hope you find our website a useful tool, and hope you visit our showroom soon!
These are not just our favorites – they’re yours too!
Here are some of our best-selling items, selected for you for their value and quality. Find the perfect fixture or home decor piece for your home, whether your taste runs to contemporary styles or classic fixtures that take advantage of the latest lighting technology. Check out our great pricing online or in store. Continue reading
Adorne™ from Legrand. Designed to Be Better.
The adorne™ collection makes life simply beautiful, putting a stylishly smart finishing touch on your home. Turn ordinary into extraordinary with switches, dimmers and solutions that bring inspiration to life.
Some switches light rooms. Others, your imagination
Turn on ingeniuty, convenience and great looks with an array of aw-inspiring new solutions from adorne™. Whether you choose to switch, tap, touche, or wave, adorne brightens your life with style.
Choose a style as interesting as yours.
Wall plates become fashion plates with adorne’s 32 dazzling options, including cast metals, woods, leather, and vibrant colors. You accessorize your wardrobe—now it’s your home’s turn for some fun. Continue reading