These are the best-selling tiffanys for the month of September.
The distinctive lamps of Louis Comfort Tiffany inspire us with their timelessness, bold use of color, and quality. Let’s take a look at one of the finest designers in American history, Louis Comfort Tiffany.
Tiffany’s father founded Tiffany & Co. jewelers, but young Louis had a different path in mind for himself. He designed White House rooms for Chester A. Arthur, and then started a glass company that specialized in stained glass and favrile glass. Tiffany’s creations became icons of the Art Nouveau and Aesthetic design movements.
Quoizel’s Bryan Ehrlich was recently mentioned in Enlightenment Magazine where his territory for the State of New Jersey and parts of Upstate New York and Pennsylvania were recently expanded to include New York City and Long Island.
Enlightenment Magazine notes that:
Ehrlich has been with Goose Creek, S.C.-based Quoizel for 10+ years, starting as the national director of Tour de Tiffany from 1999-2001, awarded Rookie of the Year in 2001, and has been a three-time Presidents Club Winner during his tenure with Quoizel.
A survey by the American Institute of Architects (AIA) reports the popularity of LED lighting in baths:
LED lighting is popular in bathrooms because it provides clear light without wasting too much energy. It produces less heat than the traditional bulb while casting fewer shadows. To accommodate this popular trend, Quoizel introduced an exciting new line for 2012 the Forme Collection which comes in various shapes and an LED nightlight that works with your existing on/off switch.
- Curves. Forme Curves. A sleek bath collection for today’s latest bathroom designs. The opal etched glass adds depth and texture. The glossy polished chrome finish completes the posh style.
The winners will be announced at the ASFD Awards Dinner in October.