Crystorama Moves to New Showroom Space for High Point Market
October 4, 2012,
WESTBURY, N.Y.-Crystorama will have a new showroom for the upcoming High Point Market, located in space D320 in the International Home Furnishings Center (IHFC), a shared space with Loloi Rugs. The decorative lighting provider will highlight new fixtures in crystal, glass, wrought iron and other materials during the show.
"Consumers are looking for stylish new decor for their homes and it is our job to provide our retail partners with compelling offerings," said Brad Kleinberg, president of Crystorama. "At High Point Market, we will introduce our partners to a range of lighting fixture additions with a goal of helping drive sales at retail."
"Because of our broad experience at Crystorama, we are adept with design details, colors, proportions and materials, as seen in our Solaris collection," Kleinberg said. "This expertise allows us to create lighting that is fresh and appealing to homeowners as well as our retail partners."
Other highlighted collections will include Parson, which features wrought iron styling in a glossy white finish; the "country chic" Malibu; Garland, which is inspired by the fashion industry and mixes metals; Kendall, which is influenced by empire-style chandeliers; and Harper, a line of glass chandeliers now available in ice blue in addition to cognac.
"There are a variety of lighting trends in our industry today," Kleinberg said. "From mixed media to unexpected applications of crystals and beads, new lighting fixtures combine the best of fashion and artistic influences. Visitors to our new showroom during High Point Market will see all of these trends and more as we stay closely attuned to ever changing consumer tastes."
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