No Soup for You!

Quoizel and the “Soup Nazi” create a unique dining experience!

Actor Larry Thomas, the “Soup Nazi” on TV’s “Seinfeld,” came to the Roosevelt Field Mall in Garden City, NY to promote the opening of The Original Soupman’s Delicatessen & Grill on Saturday, March 21, 2015.

One of New York’s largest specialty lighting stores, Flushing Lighting supplied this new establishment with Quoizel’s Cody pendants. These contemporary metal-shaded fixtures are an elegant nod to the past and not only give light where it is needed, but the look is perfect for this unique eatery. The clear ribbed glass diffuser adds a nostalgic flair to this space.  Shown here in brushed nickel, it is also available in mystic copper.

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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.

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Put Yourself in Your Guests’ Shoes

With the holidays upon us, take a look at what your guests will experience when they arrive at your doorstep! Put yourself in their shoes from the time they enter your home to preparation of the meal, dining, resting to relaxing by the fire.

You want your guests to arrive safely to your door with a well-lit path.  This classic Arts & Crafts style goes well with traditional, transitional and contemporary decors. The translucent linen glass softens the light, reducing glare and hot spots.  The Hillcrest Collection is offered in flush mount, hanging, post and several lantern sizes to meet all your lighting outdoor needs.

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Three is Not a Crowd!

Ever notice that architecture, landscaping and objects that appear in threes are more memorable.  In fact they are more appealing and effective than other numbers of objects.

Two of the same object simply means two. Three, of the same kind of object instantly means collection without looking cluttered.

The rearrangement of a grouping of threes can entirely alter the flow and aesthetic of a room. This holds true especially in design and specifically in home accessories and lighting.

This charming kitchen was provided by Webster Interiors, located in Webster, NY.  Their design inspiration has always been tailored to the individual style of their clients.  The three combination features Quoizel’s Steadman Collection.  This traditional mini pendant gives the exterior of your home both beauty and an industrial sense of design.  It features a vintage bulb for an historic look and is enhanced by the clear seedy glass.

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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.

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