Hudson Valley Lighting and Corbett Lighting Donate Fixtures to Ronald McDonald House
November 7, 2013,
Hudson Valley Lighting's Seneca fixtures in the new playroom
NEW HYDE PARK, N.Y.-Hudson Valley Lighting and Corbett Lighting--two lighting lines from Littman Brands--have recently participated in the renovation of The Ronald McDonald House in Long Island, N.Y., a respite for seriously ill children undergoing treatment at area hospitals, as well as their families.
The original 18 bedrooms of the house--including the kitchen, breakfast room, five common areas, first floor restrooms and three laundry rooms--were completely revamped with the help of 26 leaders in the interior design industry. For the project, Hudson Valley donated 28 of its Trumbull fixtures, which are used throughout the entire first floor and illuminate the hallways leading to the bedrooms. Corbett Lighting donated two of its Poetry sconces for the entry. Littman Brands worked with Anthony Baratta of Anthony Baratta LLC, who served as lead design chair and sponsor.
"We were happy to provide our Trumbull fixtures and our Poetry sconces to these important areas in the center," said David Littman, founder and chairman of Littman Brands. "In keeping with our company's initiative to provide assistance to local hospitals and cancer foundations, we hope our lights will play a role in brightening the spirits of these special children and their families during a very difficult time."
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