Crystorama Ready to Launch Libby Langdon Collection
May 13, 2014,
WESTBURY, N.Y.-Next month, Crystorama will unveil its new licensed line with noted interior designer, author and television personality Libby Langdon, her first lighting line. The initial launch at the Dallas International Lighting Market will include three collections: Jennings, Sylvan and Masefield.
Jennings features a timeless polished nickel pattern with a graphic feel, and is a best-selling original design from Langdon. It comes in five fixtures: large and small pendants, wall sconces and a semi-flush ceiling mount. Sylvan combines traditional and contemporary looks together and features graceful, polished nickel arms and white linen shades in two chandelier sizes and a wall sconce. Masefield was inspired by Langdon's clients who want a classic yet fashion-forward look and has bamboo frames in an Olde Silver finish. It comes in seven fixtures: large and small pendants, wall sconces and ceiling mounts.
A fixture from Libby Langdon's Masefield collection with Crystorama
"Each lighting fixture I design comes from many hours of one-on-one time listening to my clients and hearing about the designs they find most livable and approachable," Langdon said. "I'm excited to be able to incorporate that insight and information into my lighting collections for Crystorama."
This is Crystorama's second designer licensed line; its first was with Dorian Webb. Langdon has other licensed product lines, including rugs, wall coverings and furniture.
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