June New Lighting Products: Showroom Standouts

   
Arteriors Yale 4L Iron Cascading Chain Chandelier is further distinguished by Antique Brass tones. It measures 57” high x 15” diameter and is shown lamped with beacon tube 25-watt bulbs. John-Richard JRL-8709 table lamp, Model #JRL-8709 combines brass tubing with a brass sphere and base for a sophisticated presentation that puts a twist on traditional. It is topped with a silk hardback shade.

 

   
Priscilla Presley Home Vintage Eclectic collection incorporates vintage style and the natural beauty of butterflies and flowers. “They are an inspiration in balance: vibrant in color, yet delicate and subtle in style.” Nathan Anthony Leslie Dining Chair: Perhaps nothing will complement the bling of a crystal chandelier like the Leslie dining chair in diamond-pattern tufting bedecked with crystal pearls from Swarovski Elements.

 

   
Company C Devonshire Pillow: Consumers are more comfortable adding color to their décor in manageable doses, like the Devonshire pillow, shown in Lapis. Also available in a hue called Dijon. Oomph Hobe Sound Lantern: The Hobe Sound lantern is available in 16 highly lacquered colors and shown here in Rain Washed. The fixture has solid brass fittings and details. It measures 20” high x 12” wide.

 

 
The Natural Light Five Ring Over Portable: Figuring out the wiring for this five-ring table lamp was quite a feat in electrical engineering, says company principal Joann Hollingsworth. The diligence in R & D provides a unique, airy look. Phillips Collection Hexagon Oil Drum table and floor lamp: The Hexagon Oil Drum table and floor lamp are functional and aesthetic examples of the re-use of materials, in this case, discarded oil drums.

 

   
Broan NuTone: Five new NuTone vent fan/lighting fixture combination models are ideal for consumers and builders looking for a stylish bathroom ventilation solution without the typical plastic fan grille.  

 

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Comments

  1. James Fleming says:

    Would be great if publications would not promote “knock offs” of original designs. While I’ll assume you didn’t know, your Arteriors featured “Yale” design is a take off on a Sergio Terzani Collection which Maxim also did a direct knock off of as well. Shame, shame on them both. “To be authentic and original Is far too rare a quality in design, almost as rare as integrity and innovation in business.”

    • Linda Longo says:

       Unfortunately, the lighting industry (like many others) has been plagued with knock-offs of terrific designs.  Naturally trade and consumer publications would not knowingly publicize a knock-off, but with so many designs that are produced regularly from so many companies all over the world (Terzani, which is the one you mentioned, is from Italy), it’s virtually impossible for any publication — or even a retailer — to ferret out the origin of every design that is out there. I agree with you that it is a shame that many companies resort to producing knock-offs, and furthermore, it’s not fair at all to the originator of that design. The problem is so pervasive that even manufacturers don’t have the manpower or budget to launch an exhaustive search of that magnitude. I understand your viewpoint completely.

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