Wishing Everyone a Happy Thanksgiving!

Quoizel will be closed Thursday, November 26th and Friday, November 27th in observance of Thanksgiving.

Their offices will reopen on Monday, November 30th 8:30 EST.

Fun Fact… The first Thanksgiving took place at Plymouth, Massachusetts in 1621 with the pilgrims and the Wampanoag Indians; it lasted three days!  That’s a lot of eating!!

Hoping wherever you celebrate, that you are surrounded by family and friends.

Wishing you and your family a very Happy Thanksgiving!


Are You Attending LightOvation?

Exciting things are happening at this year’s January market.

Cindy Morris, the new President & CEO of the Dallas Market Center, is making her mark and promising new and impressive changes at this year’s Dallas International Lighting Show!

This market remains to be the largest lighting marketplace in the world and with the re-branding and debut of LightOvation,  it’s a market you’ll want to encourage your customers to attend.

To hear about these and other changes to January’s market, view all of Kadee Coffman’s interview with Cindy Morris. With more inspiration, more innovation, more connection, more fun, and only 60 days away, it’s a great time to get geared up for this upcoming market!


I LOVE NY aka Newbury!

Although we do LOVE New York, the NY stands for Newbury in this case!

Did you know that since its introduction in 1993, Quoizel has sold over 2.5 MILLION Newbury fixtures?!  Yes, 2.5 MILLION!!  Wow, that’s a lot of Newbury fixtures, and luckily enough, our customers still cannot get enough of them.

The classic design of the Newbury gives the outside of your home a rich elegance without looking over embellished. Its versatile look that coordinates with most any architectural style is what has kept this fixture’s popularity. It is available in a variety of finishes with clear beveled glass. New to this collection…It is now also available with clear seedy glass in Mystic Black, Pewter and Medici Bronze finishes.


Who Remembers the Tour de Tiffany?

The Quoizel Tour de Tiffany traveling show was an epic event!

Talk about Creating a Kaleidscope of Stained Glass…when an unassuming 80-foot trailer pulled up, the lighting store had hundreds of Tiffany styles at their fingertips!  Some accounts would have this sales event annually, and customers would be lined up before the store opened to be the first one to glance at an original Louis Comfort Tiffany.  Usually a scheduled 3-day event, it would be one of the biggest sales of the year, and would be promoted with a large advertising campaign and supported with much fanfare.  It was not uncommon to serve food and soft drinks to keep the consumers shopping.


Create a Kaleidoscope of Stained Glass

Nothing gets you more into the holiday mood  than the glowing colors of the season!

Whether it’s the outside holiday lights, the lights on the tree or the festive lights in your home, the warm ambience that you can create with lighting, will make your home cozy and inviting.

Tiffany, a kaleidoscope of stained glass, can instantly transform the decor of any room. Since the light that shines through the many different colors of the stained glass is diffused in all directions, it makes Tiffany lighting so timeless and versatile.