Where Is Quoizel??

IMG_0006When we think of Quoizel, we think of timeless pieces created for our homes. However, more and more Quoizel lighting is popping up in unfamiliar places and spaces. Adding an interesting fixture where one might not initially think to do so can take a space to a whole new level.IMG_0012

First impressions are lasting impressions! Adding sleek, sophisticated lighting fixtures to your office lobby will impress visitors as soon as they walk in. A glamorous chandelier will immediately bring their eyes up and make your space seem larger and more open. This Downtown chandelier (left) is elegant and cool, featuring a shiny chrome finish and opal etched glass drum shade. The shine from the glass ball accent adds some sparkle to this simple fixture making it a piece of artwork in itself and allows it to pop off of the refreshing green hue of the rest of the space. Adding pendants above an end table stands out because they’re typically used over a kitchen table or island. These Emery pendants are a seamless addition to this space (right). The chrome of the chandelier marries beautifully with the space’s other metallic accents and provides the perfect amount of light to anyone using the seating area.

Make chores a little less boring and dress up spaces that you might not consider. Something as simple as adding a new lighting fixture can give a room a little more personality. The Trilogy flush mount (left) pays homage to Thomas Edison with a vintage inspired filament bulb and features a clear seedy glass shade and a classic brushed nickel finish. Adding this piece to a laundry room brightens up the area and adds a nostalgic flair, making the space a bit more cozy and warm.

Using Tiffany pendant lights in a restaurant establishment adds a whole new dimension to the space.These gorgeous Tiffany chandeliers (right) feature warm peach shades of opalescent art glass edged with intricate filigree, accented with a delicate flower design repeated around the shade and finished in an authentic bronze. They add a warm and inviting glow to the friendly atmosphere at Paddy Coyne’s Irish Pub in Seattle, WA.

Including chandeliers in an outdoor wedding ceremony is as out-of-the-box thinking as it gets! What’s more regal and elegant than the Platinum Collection highlighted by beautiful white drapery and floor to ceiling windows? Infinity chandeliers hung in the center surrounded by crystal Ribbon pendants(right) adds to the grace and sophistication of the entire setting. The Bordeaux flush mount (left) adds a soft, romantic glow against the dark blue sky and ocean background.

Take the office kitchen up a notch and create a space that will make employees feel like they are relaxing in a new up-and-coming restaurant instead of the workplace break room. Adding art to the walls will make it seem more lavish. This vast pop art piece adds a fresh and hip flair, or use a black and white photograph to keep it more traditional. Complete the area with a sleek table and a captivating chandelier like the Platinum Ribbons pendant (left) and it’s a modern, comforting space instead of an outdated, cafeteria-style room.

Marzanna Butryn of MKB Designs gave this lounging area at Keene State College a unique look also using the Ribbon pendants (right).  These pendants give a contemporary and modern feel to this updated space.

An outdoor bar is not necessarily uncommon, but installing pendants that are designed to withstand damp weather is really taking outdoor living to a whole new level. These Steadman pendants(below) will give 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. The imperial bronze finish completes the look.

Quoizel’s timeless pieces are created and designed to help enhance the beauty of any room. Whether it is to supplement or be the focal point, our wide variety of lighting will brighten up your space!

2 thoughts on “Where Is Quoizel??

  1. Marzanna Butryn Reply

    Quoizel has been one of my favorites for thirty years in Lighting .

    1. Quoizel Reply

      Thank you Marzanna for your kind comments! Thank you for sharing your photo from Keene State University!

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