Casual Elegance with Quoizel’s Deluxe Collection

Wouldn’t you want to seat your guests at this lovely setting!

Natalie Howe Design, architect and designer in Texas, designed this beautiful Austin dining room.  Natalie, who specializes in kitchen and bath remodeling also specializes in interior design for the modern bachelor.

This gorgeous dining room recently featured on Houzz, highlights Quoizel’s Deluxe lighting fixture.  A swank, modern chandelier with crystal nobs gives this room a contemporary but elegant look. This versatile fixture can also be used as an island or billiard light.


Ice Ice Baby!

You might remember Vanilla Ice as the rapper, but nowadays, Vanilla Ice aka Rob VanWinkle has traded in his microphone for a hammer!  You can find him on the DIY Network flipping houses in the most desirable areas of Florida.

His show, The Vanilla Ice Project, most recently converted a Palm Beach disaster into a deluxe oasis.  The 6,300 square foot house once an eyesore was transformed into a chic, opulent mansion!

Dubbed the “Maroon Monster” it was crucial to give the home some curb appeal by transforming the front of the house.  A fresh coat of paint, a new front door, and replacing the old minuscule light fixture with Quoizel’s Fort Quinn made all the difference.


Give Mom Some Bling!

With Mother’s Day only a few days away, we have some great ideas that we know Mom would love!  Who wouldn’t want some bling? In this case….jewelry for the home!

The Evermore wall fixture, part of the Platinum Collection by Quoizel, offers a resplendent design of glamour and glitz.  The abundance of multi-faceted crystals is enhanced by the polished chrome finish and the supplied clear xenon bulbs showcase the sparkle of this sleek series.

One of the best-selling items introduced at this year’s January market is Quoizel’s Ribbon Collection.  This collection is trendsetting and forward-thinking at its finest. Also part of the Platinum Collection by Quoizel, the steel millennia finish was constructed to resemble a swirling pattern that is unique and captivating.


Quoizel’s New Website is Up and Running!!!

Quoizel has unveiled its new state-of-the-art website!

The dramatic images and beautiful setting shots showcase Quoizel’s impressive line while connecting to their blog, facebook and twitter pages featuring informative design content.  This website has better search functions, easy-to-read copy and is user-friendly in every way.

Go to and see the dramatic transformation for yourself!!


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.