Lamps Plus Partners with Jamie Young at High Point Market
March 28, 2014,
Lamps Plus' exclusive Jamie Young pendants
CHATSWORTH, Calif.-Lamps Plus will debut an exclusive group of mini pendants from designer Jamie Young as part of the retailer's ongoing efforts to introduce high design to the everyday consumer.
The Cloud seven-inch mini pendant lights will be unveiled at High Point Market. They are handcrafted and inspired by the materials, textures and colors the designer has encountered during travels through India. Offered in three frosted glass colors--sky blue, taupe and clear--they feature a curved, textured shade for a fresh, coastal spring look. They will retail for $250 each and be sold through Lamps Plus and lampsplus.com for a limited time starting in mid-May.
"We're honored to be the exclusive retailer to debut this Jaime Young design," said Dennis Swanson, CEO of Lamps Plus. "It's part of a continuing effort to highlight exceptional design and value by offering consumers exclusive products in partnership with our vendors. Every design we bring to our Lamps Plus showrooms is carefully selected for its quality, innovation and aesthetic. Jamie Young's superior design is the ideal fit for our offering of lighting and home furnishings."
"We are delighted that Lamps Plus selected us as their spring market exclusive," said Young, founder of the Jamie Young Company and a recent recipient of an 2014 ARTS Award. "We are a design-driven company that aims to make elegant and sophisticated design approachable for the consumer. Lamps Plus allows us to easily reach the consumer through both its showrooms and website."
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