To hear hundreds of customers, colleagues, family and friends singing “Happy Birthday” was such an unforgetable experience for Ira and everyone in attendance. Click here in case you missed it.
According to enLIGHTenment’s June 2017 Lightovation editorial coverage, trends in lighting include: gold is the new neutral, lighting as art, jewelry for the home, LED technology and incorporation of natural elements. According to Quoizel’s own Rick Seidman, “nothing lights up better than mother nature.”
Just a hint of gold…The West Oak collection takes traditional carriage-style design up a notch. Clear glass panels provide shelter for the bulb without obstructing its light. Thoughtful details including the thin cage construction and pinched loop hanger are further enhanced by a rich western bronze finish.
Market Favorite! The New Harbor collection is completely unadorned for an open airy feel. New for June 2017, the brushed nickel finish complements many decor styles and the Victorian Edison-style bulb adds the perfect vintage touch to this work of art collection.
Kayden is a transitional design with natural elements. The walnut stain on the rubber wood highlights the graining and the clear seedy glass shades feature the signature bubbles that adds an aged weathered look to this collection. It is in finished in a smooth lustrous brushed nickel finish.
If the Bordeaux is not jewelry for the home, I don’t know what is! A beautiful addition to this stunning collection, the Platinum by Quoizel pendant will give an elegant touch to any room. The bulbs are included and enhance the shimmering effect of the cascading drops.
Continuing to offer innovative technology, the LED-integrated Glimmer has reimagined the standard flush mount…and it’s breathtaking. The latest addition to Platinum by Quoizel features sleek polished chrome and shimmering glass. Crystalline sand provides the glass shade’s iridescent brilliance and elevates the simplest of fixtures to showpiece status.
Those in attendance at market were able to get a glimpse of Quoizel’s beautiful catalog. This coffee table book which Quoizel is proud to introduce features new, beautiful setting shots showcasing some of their best sellers. This 624-page catalog is the biggest book they’ve ever published.
All work and no play is not good for the soul. Although jet lagged with tired feet and weary eyes, the time spent at market was well worth it. The friendships forged, the knowledge gained and the market bond are long-lasting. Click here for some light-hearted moments.