The Vision pendant is a work of art and a beautiful addition to the Platinum Collection. The stunning glass has been poured to create a sculptural bowl of ice and is floating on suspended cables from the canopy. The Polished Chrome finish on the base reflects the light to showcase the dazzling glass.
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.
Look for Quoizel’s 2015 fall circular in your local publication this month. You’ll find the best selection of lighting essentials for the season at great prices!
It’s a great way to support your local lighting store.
Celebrate the first day of Autumn by bringing the warmth and beautiful colors of the season into your home with a Quoizel lighting fixture.
“Autumn is a second spring when every leaf is a flower.” ~ Albert Camus
“Fall has always been my favorite season. The time when everything bursts with its last beauty, as if nature had been saving up all year for the grand finale.”~ Lauren DeStefano
A DIY bathroom project… Not an easy task but well worth it!
Tracey and her husband tackled a do-it-yourself project and survived the trials and tribulations of converting a 10×13 bedroom into a bathroom.
The original bedroom had gray walls and one window. Wanting to go with natural earth tones, they started looking for counter tops and cabinets with browns and grays in them. They decided on almond cabinets highlighted with gray and a marble “River Bottom” counter top that included browns and grays.