One of Hollywood’s most-important award ceremonies, the Golden Globes were handed out at the beginning of this week, and last night was the home décor industry’s turn with the 31st edition of the ARTS Awards. Sponsored by the Dallas Market Center, ART (the creative home furnishings network), plus trade magazines including enLIGHTenment magazine – this year’s ARTS Awards had its own touch of Hollywood, co-hosted by design celebrities Carson Kressley and Thom Filicia, original cast members on the Emmy Award-winning reality show Queer Eye for the Straight Guy and now receiving praise on their Bravo TV show Get A Room with Carson & Thom.

With categories for best Lighting Showroom in the East/Atlantic, Midwest/Southwest, and West as well as best Lighting Fixture Manufacturer and best Portable Lamps, even being nominated as a Finalist holds a lot of cachet.

Here are the Lighting Winners:

Lighting Fixtures: Currey & Company

Portable Lamps: Visual Comfort & Co.

Lighting Showroom — East/Atlantic: Chloe Winston Lighting Design, Norwalk, Conn.

Lighting Showroom — Midwest/Southwest: Idlewood Electric Supply, Highland Park, Ill.

Lighting Showroom — West: Western Montana Lighting, Missoula, Mont.

 

In non-lighting categories, the manufacturer winners are:

Wall Art: Phillips Collection

Home Accents: Howard Elliott Collection

Accent Furniture: Revelation by Uttermost

 

For Sales Representatives, the winners are:

East/Atlantic: Rush Muzekari, Global Views and Studio A Home

Midwest/Southwest: Stacy Coulter, Stacy Coulter and Associates

West: Leslie Taglio, Taglio and Co.

 

In other award categories, the winners are:

International Retailer: Robinson Lighting, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada

Product Designer: Sean Lavin, Visual Comfort & Co.

Interior Designer: Laura Umansky, Laura U Interior Design

Green Award: Currey & Co.