Handcrafted Finishes Star of New Crystorama Collections

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    January 01, 2014

Handcrafted Finishes Star of New Crystorama Collections



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Artisan finishes and details are what it’s all about for new creations debuting from Crystorama during the Dallas International Lighting Market January 15-19. From popular metallics to orchid-colored glass, the new collections will bring luxurious, handcrafted finishes and materials to Market.

“Our new introductions for Dallas Market speak to the thriving lighting industry and our adaptation to consumer demands,” said Brad Kleinberg, president of Crystorama, one of the nation’s leading suppliers of decorative chandeliers. “Homeowners are looking for lighting that is not only functional, but fashionable. Our new collections highlight the luxurious, handcrafted details that make lighting an accessory for the home, as jewelry is to fashion.”  

New from Crystorama, the Bella Collection is on trend with the use of metallic gold in home décor. Offered in eight fixture styles, Bella features Antique Gold wrought iron and hand-cut crystal. The Bella Collection is both eclectic and playful, and adds interest to any setting.

Unlike any other offerings from Crystorama, the new Hugo Collection updates the traditional chandelier with contemporary shapes using right angles and square cuts. Hugo is available in five fixture styles and two finishes, Pewter and Roman Bronze, with crystal accents. The Hugo Collection is perfect for the homeowner seeking a classic look modernized for today’s interiors.

Draped strands of brass beads dress the Angelina Collection while an English Bronze finish foiled with gold gives it a multicolored, textured finish. Angelina’s candle sleeves are spun with metal for a subtle, ribbed texture look. Always fashionable, Angelina makes a statement in any home and is available in a chandelier, mini chandelier and wall sconce.

Drawing inspiration from its popular Solaris and Broche collections, Crystorama designed the Luna Collection as artwork for the home using flat, sleek panels reminiscent of ribbon. With an English Bronze exterior, Luna’s unique shape is highlighted by its light-reflecting gold interior. Luna is currently being offered in two sphere chandeliers and a one-light wall sconce.

Recently announced as Pantone’s 2014 Color of the Year, Radiant Orchid is making its place in lighting in the Stella Collection. This all-glass collection combines gold and purple accents for lighting that is captivating at every angle. Offered in four fixtures and a clear glass option, Stella is the perfect addition to any home in 2014.

The Paxton Collection features chrome, glass and crystal for a grouping that is both retro and modern. Sharp angles are subtly decorated with crystal balls, glass accents and finished with white linen shades. Paxton is available in six fixtures with a Polished Nickel finish.

In French, the word “mirage” means to look at or to wonder at, and it’s the perfect name for the new Mirage Collection. Mirage has barely-there curved chrome arms supporting candles of light that appear to float on air. The hand-cut crystal beads act as prisms to capture the light and refract it. Mirage is available in four fixtures with a Polished Nickel finish and white linen shade.

With the introduction of Crystorama’s Broche Collection, the interest in metallic finishes in home décor has skyrocketed. With such success, the company has decided to expand the collection to include an Antique Silver finish. This handcrafted, artisan finish increases the application opportunities for the Broche Collection.

Rounding out its Dallas introductions, Crystorama is offering new sizes and shapes for existing collections, Mercer, Ashton, Maria Theresa, Filmore, Garland, and Shelby.

The Crystorama showroom is located in the Dallas Market Center, 2100 Stemmons Freeway, Suite 3503, Dallas, Texas. For more information, contact info@crystorama.com.


About Crystorama
For more than 50 years, Crystorama has been a leader in the lighting industry, recognized for distinctive lighting creations that are exceptional in quality, design and craftsmanship.  Drawing upon its depth of knowledge and expertise and inspired by fashion and art, Crystorama continues to innovate with modern shapes, materials and colors.

Crystorama chandeliers are featured in such prestigious institutions as the U.S. Supreme Court, Constitution Hall and the Palace Theatre, as well as hotels, resorts and homes that range from urban lofts and country estates to suburban neighborhoods. The family owned business is headquartered in Westbury, N.Y., and serves retailers and contract distributors nationwide. On the web at www.crystorama.com.