ELK was founded in Eastern Pennsylvania in the early 80’s by three industry experts: Adolf Ebenstein, Jonathan Lesko, and Russell King. Having expanded throughout the world, ELK lighting
is featured in such well-known establishments as George Vanderbilt's Biltmore Estate and The Historic Royal Palaces of England. ELK offers a host of products ranging anywhere from vanities to pendants, outdoor posts to flush-mounts.
While Elk offers a huge selection of all kinds of lights, their novelty lamps are sure to please the kid in everyone. With an array of ceiling lights decorated with skateboards, baseball stadiums and airplanes, Elk offers some of the most fun varieties of ceiling lights sure to be found in any designer’s catalogue. The most creative is arguably 5089/3 which has two dangling astronauts, attached to a wooden base decorated with planets and stars with the light emitting from three bulbs attached to a spaceship.
Lest one thinks Elk only features novelty lamps, there are many more styles to choose from including flush mount ceiling lights, wall sconces, table lamps, outdoor fixtures and so on. All of the fixtures range in style from traditional to transitional, apart from the novelty accent lights.