Crystorama Goes Natural And Classic
Wednesday January 2nd, 2013 - 7:58PM
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Natural elements and design classics inspired new creations Crystorama will debut during the Dallas International Lighting Market, the company stated. The market runs from January 17 through 21.
The popularity of natural elements in home furnishings led Crystorama to develop the Eva Collection, among other product lines, an empire basket-shaped fixture that features domes of rock crystal beading and rope trim. The irregular shape and coloring of the rock crystal mimics river stone and amplifies the rope texture for a handmade look.
In an example of classic looks for today’s homeowner, Crystorama plans to introduce Avery, fabricated from quality cut crystal in a new bell jar shape and ceiling mount, the company noted. The design features clean lines and maximizes light output in a manner that makes it superior for hallways, bathrooms and closets, it added.
“We continue to see the extensive use of natural elements in all areas of design, ranging from fashion apparel to home décor,” said Brad Kleinberg, president of Crystorama. “At the same time, there remains strong demand for classic lighting designs that are updated and interpreted for today’s consumer.”
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