Crystorama to Debut New Catalog at High Point Market

HIGH POINT, N.C.-Crystorama will debut its newest catalog, "Designed to Illuminate," at High Point Market, which opens Saturday. The company shows in space D320 in the International Home Furnishings Center, a shared space with Loloi Rugs.

"The new catalog will be a great resource for our customers in accessing our product offerings while assisting homeowners in making the best possible lighting decisions," said Brad Kleinberg, president of Crystorama. The catalog is 200 pages long.

Crystorama will also feature a cross-section of its lighting collections, which are inspired by nature, architecture, fashion and jewelry. They include Eva, an empire basket-shaped fixture featuring domes of rock crystal beading and rope trim; Broche, which now has two spherical-shaped chandeliers, a wall sconce with a climbing vine and a ceiling mount; Avery, featuring high-quality, cut-crystal in a new bell-jar shape and ceiling mount; and Simone, which epitomizes an updated antique look with a mix of draped crystal and extended lines.

"Because our chandeliers are based on classic design and contemporary trends in art and fashion, they resonate with consumers," Kleinberg said. "As the title of our catalog indicates, our goal this market is to 'illuminate' the amazing possibilities with Crystorama."

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