Qualified Remodeler Magazine

MAY 2019

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Lighting Tunable LED surface- mounted fixtures Camo from NORA LIGHTING is a series of tunable white LED surface-mounted fixtures. Offered in three diameters—6, 8 and 11 in.—the luminaire includes a selectable CCT switch for the adjustment of color temperature from 3,000K to 4,000K or 5,000K. The series is rated for damp locations, Energy Star certified and meets California's Title 24, Part 6 High Efficacy LED light source requirements. Each thin fixture is finished in white and comes with an integral magnet for seamless attachment of decorative metal rings. Circle 37 on inquiry card Curated collection of lighting trends LAMPS PLUS Brand Ambassador Jennifer Farrell, an award-winning Los Angeles-based designer, highlights mixed metals and "wall bling" lighting trends as well as large ceiling fans in her curated collec- tion for the company. The Stedman Brass and Wood Orb Chandelier (middle) unifies black and gold metals, a weathered wood look, cage light and sput- nik pendant. Farrell suggests using scones, like the company's Marya Wall Sconce (bottom), on a focal wall, around a painting or even around a kitchen window. At 84-in. wide, the Casa Arcade Fan (top) exemplifies a statement piece. Circle 40 on inquiry card Sconces complement bath faucet collection To complement its Artifacts collection for bath, KOHLER forays into lighting with three Artifacts sconces: a single wall, double wall and single wall sconce with adjustable cord. True to the original inspiration of the collection—Edwardian roots and turn-of- the-century charm—the bathroom sconces are reminiscent of antique candle lanterns. Select from six finishes for the lighting: vibrant polished nickel, vibrant brushed nickel, vibrant brushed bronze, vintage nick- el, polished chrome and oil-rubbed bronze. Circle 41 on inquiry card Glass trends highlighted in chandelier collections KICHLER LIGHTING focuses on unique glass and asymmetri- cal design elements in its latest collection that draws inspiration from vintage materials, refined industrial settings and accent walls. Three of its 2019 chandelier collections are Moyra, Cleara and Forge. Balancing modern and vintage, the Moyra Collection (top) features black orbs, crystal goblet shades and polished nickel details. The Cleara Collection's linear style is comple- mented with polished nickel or fox gold (middle) finishes. A nod toward industrial design, the Forge Collection (bottom) sepa- rates each luminaire with slumped glass against a black frame. Circle 38 on inquiry card Pendant with reversible color combinations MODERN FORMS pays homage to the 1960s with its Groovy Pendant that brings a fun, funky, downtown vibe to any setting. Its rigid acrylic structure is wrapped in a double layer of acoustic double layer felt to reduce echo and noise pollution. The pendant is offered in 24-, 36- and 48-in. widths that suspend 27 ½ to 120 in. from the ceiling. Six two-tone color combinations are available: black/gold (shown) and gold/black; cream/blue and blue/cream; and green/pink as well as pink/green. Circle 39 on inquiry card Chandelier spotlights artisan glass, metalwork HAMMERTON STUDIO, a brand of HAMMERTON, balances contemporary and modern design with its Rock Crystal Chandelier, an intersection of artisan glass and metalwork. Offered in eight finishes and four glass colors, the chandelier captures the beauty of natural rock quartz in LED-illuminated artisan blown glass shades that put out a dramat- ic glow in place of traditional light bulbs. Standard sizing for the chandelier ranges from 38-in. diameter up to 72-in. diameter. The American-made lighting is handcraft- ed and totally customizable. Circle 42 on inquiry card PRODUCTS 62 May 2019 QualifiedRemodeler.com

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