Lighting for the Heart of the Home!

The kitchen is the main headquarters where meals are prepared, laughs are had and stories are told and a place for gathering and interacting with one another. The lighting in your kitchen is just as important as the appliances you choose or the fundamental layout of your kitchen. Every aspect works together to provide beauty and function to the heart of the home.

The typical focal point for most kitchens is the kitchen table. You’ll want to make sure the lighting above your table is multi-purpose. Quoizel’s fixtures will be able to show off your personal style while providing the appropriate amount of lighting for  dining, homework, hobbies or work.


Who says you can’t wear “White” after Labor Day?

Labor Day has passed…but you don’t have to put your “whites” away just yet.

Many homeowners enjoy the clean, fresh, sanitary and classic look of a white kitchen.  And what better way to accent your white kitchen than with a beautiful light fixture from one of Quoizel’s timeless collections.

To the left, interior designer & decorator, Maria Killam, of Canada features Quoizel’s new Grant Collection in this crisp, sparkling kitchen.  This opal etched glass fixture is an elegant nod to the past. The classic Americana styling adds a nostalgic flair to your home. It is available in brushed nickel, imperial silver and palladian bronze finishes.


3 Amazing Ambient Lighting Tips

Ambient lighting, if used correctly, can illuminate the entire room, it can convey warmth and intimacy or create the ideal environment for hosting and entertaining. Whether you’re settling down after a long day at the office or preparing for a formal dinner with family and friends, here are 3 tips to help you select the best types of ambient lighting no matter what the intended purpose is.

1. Wall Sconces: Wall sconces are excellent for hallways and for adding a dramatic effect to a smaller space such as a study or den. They can be traditional, contemporary or European. Earth tones and amber can add a pleasant effect when combined with softer palates.