It’s Throwback Thursday!

By the early 1990’s, Quoizel was bursting out of its two Long Island facilities and looking to relocate its corporate headquarters.  

Management had two locations in mind Savannah, GA or Charleston, SC.  Quoizel ultimately chose Goose Creek which was only 20 miles outside of Charleston.  They purchased 63 acres on a former plantation and in 1996 moved into its state-of-the-art 300,000 square-foot facility. Over 100 employees and their families relocated from New York to the Low Country of South Carolina. In 2000 they added an additional 200,000 square feet. 

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It’s Throwback Thursday!

With Spring finally here, your family and guests will be enjoying the outdoor weather.  It’s a great time to step back and look at your home.  Does it seem like you have been zapped back to the 1970’s?

Although some of today’s homes are modern and beautiful, older homes offer a lot of charm and beauty.  You’d be surprised what a coat of paint, garden flowers and updated outdoor lighting can do to freshen and spruce up a home!

Featured here is Quoizel’s Harmony Collection. This clean design has minimal ornamentation and pure lines, giving it a peaceful Zen-like appeal. The soft glow and texture of the linen glass adds a special warmth to the exterior of your home.  This fixture is also available with energy-efficient fluorescent bulbs and is Title 24 compliant.

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It’s Throwback Thursday!

Back in 2000, yes that was 14 years ago, Quoizel’s tiffany vases were in high demand.  These beautiful vases came in six different designs.  They were a great conversation piece that added character to any room.

The tiffany vase to the far left was the “Baroque” in a vintage leaf finish and the “Grecian” came in a medici bronze finish.  Both had a 3-way switch to customize the perfect light setting.

Although they are no longer in Quoizel’s product line, the demand is still quite high for these gorgeous pieces. They can be seen on Ebay going to the highest bidder.

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It’s Throwback Thursday!!

Almost 20 years ago, when this mirror was introduced, its benefit made a small room look bigger.   Today that is still the case, but today’s mirrors have decorative frames in finishes that match most furniture styles and are available in distinctive shapes.

This 32 x 42 inch antique gold draped mirror was very popular in 1995.

Take a look into this enchanted mirror below and discover endless opportunities. The mystical forest pattern that engulfs this beveled mirror is simply stunning.  Introduced at January’s Market, this Carolyn Kinder mirror will be the focal point of any room.

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