2014 Dallas Market Residential Lighting Preview

Dallas Market Preview 2014

The most recent International Lighting Market in Dallas offered plenty of fresh new designs, many of which are ready to be shipped within the first quarter of the year.


Dallas Market Preview 2014-Lite-Source  Dallas Market Preview 2014 - Flambeau Lighting
Lite Source: Part of the Museum collection, this 31.5”-high contemporary table lamp is enhanced by a hand- finished bronze patina sculpture on substantial pedestal mounting. It is topped by a rectangular beige linen shade and sphere finial. 4804 TM Flambeau: Designed by Paul Grüer, the Flagstone pendant is comprised of a hand-painted styrene shade in silver-leaf patina with translucent veining for dramatic effect. The 100-watt light source is housed inside a decorative, silver-leafed glass globe. It has a twisted iron stem and comes with six feet of chain to accommodate a variety of heights. The line will be displayed in the Spectrum showroom. 4432 TM
 Dallas Market Preview 2014-NOLA Lighting  Dallas Market Preview 2014-Hudsonvally Lighting
Gilded Nola: This brand new company will be shown exclusively at the CODARUS showroom. The attractive 27.5”-high table lamp is distinguished by an urn-shaped silhouette formed from Gilded Gold square metal rods that are heated and then shaped by hand. It is mounted on a wood pedestal base and topped by a crisp white linen shade with a gold leaf sphere finial. 546 WTC Hudson Valley Lighting: The Glendale pendant revives the innovative spirit of 1957’s Sputnik satellite by suspending its signature starburst within a crisp, textured cube. The capsule shape of the carbon filament bulbs are a nice balance to the linear lines. Extending the starburst’s metal rays to anchor points in the cube’s inner corners allows the chandelier to “float.” The family comes in small, medium, and large versions and in Aged Brass and Polished Nickel finishes. 3902 TM
Dallas Market Preview 2014-Troy Lighting  Dallas Market Preview 2014 - CSL Lighting
Troy Lighting: The Brunswick pendant offers retro Industrial style with historic pressed clear glassware, an early electric-style bulb, a metal cage in an Aged Pewter finish, and 10 feet of aircraft cable and cord. It is also available in ceiling-mount and wall sconce models. 3902 TM CSL: The latest 2-inch aperture Eco-Downlight LED “Mini” is offered in remodel, new construction, and IC versions featuring 14 system watts that deliver up to 800 lumens. There are 80 and 90 CRI packages; incandescent dimming; interchangeable optics to include 25-, 45-, 65- and 85-degree beam spreads; and modularity of square and round trims that mate in the same housing. 3902 TM
 Dallas Market Preview 2014 - Corbett  Dallas Market Preview 2014 Dale Tiffany
Corbett Lighting: With its elegant, elongated crystal column, the Party Girl sconce has roots in early mid-century design. The silver-leaf finish is enhanced by clear and iridescent crystals, while a delicate bobeche completes the look. 3902 TM Dale Tiffany: The company is now offering art glass Waterfront Wall Art with matching vases available. The style shown here is in Sea Green and depicted in two sizes: 9 and 12 inches in diameter. Each comes with a bracket for hanging or can be set on a tabletop as a bowl. 309 WTC
Dallas Market Preview 2014: Noir Lighting Dallas Market Preview 2014: Eurofase Lighting
Noir: The distinctive metal Utica pendant measures 39″ x 39″ X 24″ high and takes 12 type B bulbs. It comes with three feet of chain and cord. The line can be found in the In-Detail showroom. 500 WTC Eurofase: A modern cityscape is the inspiration behind the Skyline fixture, which is comprised of a solid wood base with clear glass “skyscrapers” and Chrome accents. 4002 & 4012 TM
 Dallas Market Preview 2014: Allegri Bartolome  Dallas Market Preview 2014: Bulbrite
Allegri: Part of the Bartolome collection, this one-light wall bracket is lamped with LED and features an Aged Silver finish and removable draping crystals. It measures 16” high x 8” diameter. 4915 T

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