Pacific Coast Lighting to Launch New Decorative Mirror Collection

CHATSWORTH, Calif.-Pacific Coast Lighting will break into the mirror category this summer with the launch of its first collection at Las Vegas Market later this month. The initial line of more than 65 designs will offer a variety of designs and targets many rooms of the home, including entry areas, dining rooms, bathrooms and bedrooms.

The company said the line's styles will range from traditional to contemporary, as well as the design niches the company is known for, such as rustic and coastal.

"Our furniture and lighting showroom customers have been asking us for mirrors to supplement and coordinate with our lighting designs," said Clark Linstone, president, Pacific Coast Lighting. "We are pleased to be able to introduce this major new collection, which offers a wide range of styles and price points in this release."

Rick Spicer, vice president of sales for Pacific Coast Lighting, added, "Like our existing line of lighting designs, this new home accessory collection delivers fashion-forward, in-style design at a very attractive price point. And we are committed to providing the same high level of service with this new product line that our valued customers have come to expect from us and rely on."

Pacific Coast Lighting shows in Las Vegas World Market Center's Building A, showroom A301. The show takes place July 30-Aug. 3.

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