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Lighting

Look Book

By Littman Brands


Chianti five light chandelier in antique silver (F3597) by Troy Lighting


About this book Whether it’s setting the mood or illuminating the tasks at hand, lighting serves many essential functions in our lives and homes. At Littman Brands, designing innovative and inspired lighting solutions is our passion. Our continuing commitment to creating exceptional, high-quality products has cemented our status as industry leaders. Our Corbett Lighting brand has received “Lighting Manufacturer of the Year” two years in a row, and we continue to break industry conventions by manufacturing and handcrafting products domestically in Southern California. In publishing this book, we have created a lighting resource guide with enlightening expertise to help you develop your own dream lighting layouts – from selection to installation. This book also serves as an extension of our popular “Larger Than Light” magazine and Facebook community for lovers of lighting and great design. For more inspiration, stay up to date with us through Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and Houzz. Ready to get started? Let’s light the way!

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Contents Interior Design Styles..................................6 Lighting Layers.........................................24 Fixtures and Installation Guidelines...........28 Lighting by Room.....................................42 Light Sources and Energy Efficiency..........50 Outdoor Lighting.....................................56 Made in California...................................64 Product Index...........................................70

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Uni pendant in tide pool bronze finish (F3666) by Troy Lighting and Modena table lamps in polished nickel (L777-PN) by Hudson Valley Lighting


Interior Design Styles Lighting should reflect your most whimsical personality. It can remind you of a romantic, faraway place or make you feel safe and secure right at home. Whether your taste is traditional, modern or somewhere in between, your own personal style is the most important factor in creating your dream environment. Need a little inspiration? Here are some enlightening home decor styles sure to spark your imagination.


INTERIOR DESIGN STYLES

Millbrook (8410-PN) by Hudson Valley Lighting

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Style Casual sophistication with timeless appeal

Chianti (F3597) by Troy Lighting

There’s no place like home. Warm, versatile and inviting, this style mixes traditional and contemporary elements for a balanced look that radiates comfort. Lines are less ornate but not so modern to be minimalist, while understated color palettes underscore clean simplicity and create instant coziness.

Russell (9022-OB) by Hudson Valley Lighting

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Mercury (F2565) by Troy Lighting


Main photo: Lynden (516-AGB) by Hudson Valley Lighting

Surrey (F3527) by Troy Lighting

Almont (B3182) by Troy Lighting

Design Tips Create an inviting ambiance by using a variety of different light sources Blend old and new with traditional and man-made materials Layer your look with patterns ranging from textured solids to large prints

Dig Deep Pops of dark brown on warm neutrals add depth and ground the color palette

Comfort Zone Plush fabrics create cozy contrast with utilitarian textures

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INTERIOR DESIGN STYLES

Byron (F2995) by Troy Lighting

Refined

Rustics

Enlightened luxury with homespun style Blending the rustic charm of the French countryside with the modern glamour of an upscale Parisian hotel, this resplendent style infuses high-end luxury with a down-home feel. Gently worn accents recall a rich history, while a sun-baked color palette evokes a warm and elegant Provençal village.

Bordeaux (B3512) by Troy Lighting

Le Marais (F3776) by Troy Lighting

Montgomery (BCD9134NR) by Troy Lighting

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Main photo: Delacroix (F3537) by Troy Lighting

Tour de Force Wood beads and hand-carved accents infuse old world charm into the traditional chandelier

Très Chic Antique and weathered finishes evoke a rich heritage

Au Naturel Modena (L777-PN-WS) by Hudson Valley Lighting

Natural fabrics with over-scaled patterns add luxury that’s grounded in comfort

Regent (632-PN) by Hudson Valley Lighting

Design Tips Set your chandelier’s dimmer switch to low to create a romantic ambiance without glare Mix weathered grey pine or oak with iron and stainless steel Bring home salvaged and reclaimed woods for lived-in warmth W W W. L I TTM A N BRA N D S . C O M

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Modern

Marvels

Innovative design with iconic edge Graffiti (154-56) by Corbett Lighting

Rooted in the “form follows function� aesthetic of the 1930s Bauhaus movement, clean lines and strong geometric shapes define this forwardthinking style. Objects take center stage on neutral color palettes while modern, man-made materials such as stainless steel, glass panels and chrome keep the look cutting edge.

Spellbound LED (174-44) by Corbett Lighting Kinetic (BL3382WT) and Dexter (BL3342SA) by Troy Lighting

LED Pendant (LP2-WT-WW) by Creative Systems Lighting

Manheim (L638-PN) by Hudson Valley Lighting

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Main photo: Alpine (7118-PN) by Hudson Valley Lighting

Essential Lighting Layers

Uni (C3664) by Troy Lighting

Design Tips Go green with LED lighting and other energy efficient technologies Mix plastic or polished surfaces with natural stone for contrasting texture Use recessed and concealed lighting to illuminate without disrupting the minimalist flow

Blast Off Sculptural LED lights can double as artistic centerpieces

Outer Limits Well-chosen accessories cut back on clutter and take minimal to the max

Deep Space Open floor plans with clean lines emphasize modern simplicity

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INTERIOR DESIGN STYLES Drift (B3442) by Troy Lighting

Coastal

Spirit

Clean sophistication with relaxed attitude Inspired by the ocean side, this fresh and breezy style evokes a dream beach house vacation. Bright, diffused light and flowing fabrics blur the line between indoors and out, while organic beach materials add warmth and texture to a color palette of washed out neutrals, crisp whites and pale blues.

Dolcetti (142-47) by Corbett Lighting Pier 39 (B3621) by Troy Lighting Roslyn (761-PN) by Hudson Valley Lighting

Jasper (B3502) and Little Harbor (B3572) by Troy Lighting

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Keene (3812-WPN) by Hudson Valley Lighting

Haverhill (7311-PN) by Hudson Valley Lighting

Design Tips Set sail with beachy accessories like shells, sea grass and driftwood Navigate nautical style with sisal fabrics, beadboard and touches of rope Make waves with maritime motifs like coral, anchors and oars

Set Sail Crisp white linens enhance the open and airy atmosphere

Anchors Aweigh A transitional fixture with slender arms adds a lighter touch

High Tide Nautical stripes in sailcloth blues evoke the look and feel of water Main photo: Jasper chandelier(1866-PN) and Heirloom wall sconce (8000-HN-MS1) by Hudson Valley Lighting W W W. L I TTM A N BRA N D S . C O M

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Zen

Living

A harmonious blend of natural beauty and elegance Zen design reflects harmony, balance and relaxation. Pure, straight lines and minimalist forms create a serene setting when paired with calming colors drawn from nature. Natural materials such as wood, paper and bamboo inspire harmony and simplicity, while well-diffused lighting creates a tranquil environment.

Muse (155-56) by Corbett Lighting

Bamboo (F1846BB) by Troy Lighting

Geisha (182-12) by Corbett Lighting

Blade (B4017FI) and Cameron (B3413) by Troy Lighting

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Eclipse (SS1018-SA) by CSL Lighting, Architectural Series


Main photo: Shoji (105-75) by Corbett Lighting

Kyoto pendant (131-48) by Corbett Lighting

Design Tips Separate areas and conceal clutter with stylish shoji screens Use dimmers to produce mid to low level light perfect for quiet meditation Ground your color palette in soft natural tones like white, grey and shades of beige

Moment of Zen A textured pendant featuring handmade Japanese paper inspires sweet serenity

Peace of Mind Linear LEDs provide accent lighting without disrupting flow

Mother Earth Eco-Invizilite (INVLED-4-NW-100) by CSL Lighting

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Eclectic

Traveler An adventurous fusion of exotic flair

Gables (F9908CG) by Troy Lighting

Around the world and back again! This daring aesthetic mixes individual and international styles for a whimsical look that’s full of personality. Combined antique and modern pieces from home and abroad create fun contrast, while neutral creams balance out rich colors and bold textures.

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Lyon (F2716) by Troy Lighting

Dwell (BL3723) by Troy Lighting


Ulster (843-AGB) by Hudson Valley Lighting

Spice of Life

Mambo (135-12) by Troy Lighting

Matching pendants hung at different heights create a unique focal point

World Tour Exotic accessories from abroad put personality on display

Taj (B3702) by Troy Lighting

Red All Over A bold accent color comes alive on a warm neutral backdrop

Design Tips Experiment with solid, patterned, silky and textured fabrics Set aside the idea of matching and pick up the idea of consistency or connectivity Contrast warm wood tones with metal tones in brushed bronze and silver Main photo: Eden (136-41) by Corbett Lighting W W W. L I TTM A N BRA N D S . C O M

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Glitz and

Glamour

Sensational showpieces with dramatic impact Whether adding unexpected sparkle or acting as star of the show, no glamorous space is complete without a chandelier. Made of gold and silver leaf, dazzling crystals and other fine materials, these larger than life centerpieces stand out and shine like jewelry for the room.

Chimera (176-710) by Corbett Lighting

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Vamp (181-11) and Method (178-13) by Corbett Lighting


Albion LED (414-PN) by Hudson Valley Lighting Vixen (141-45) by Corbett Lighting

Design Tips Contrast bold patterns and repeating geometric shapes with solid pieces Express individuality with exotic woods, daring colors and custom furnishings Play with precious metals in burnished gold, silver or bronze

Shine Bright Mirrors and other shining surfaces reflect light and add extra sparkle

Melodrama Crystal sconces cast a sultry glow and create dramatic atmosphere

Steal the Spotlight

Barton (3212-PN) by Hudson Valley Lighting

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Industrial

Vintage

Edgy urban style with a warm retro feel Brooklyn (F3146) by Troy Lighting

Drawing from utilitarian design, this industrial aesthetic infuses factory chic into the home. Man-made objects mix with repurposed items on backdrops of warm neutrals and shades of gray, while worn textures and weathered finishes create a lived-in vintage look with modern metallic touches.

Heirloom Sconce (8000 HN) by Hudson Valley Lighting

Conduit (F3818) by Troy Lighting

Brunswick (F3796) by Troy Lighting

Menlo Park (F3136) by Troy Lighting

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Revolution (B3671) by Troy Lighting


Turn of the Century Heirloom Pendant (8001-AGB-WG) by Hudson Valley Lighting

A wrought iron chandelier with antique-inspired glass insulators flows from vintage to modern

Clock Out Soft cushions counterbalance the space’s utilitarian feel

Industrial Revolution A crystal table lamp adds an unexpected pop of glamour against rough concrete

Revolution (F3678) by Troy Lighting

Design Tips Contrast rough concrete and brick with smooth metal, wood and steel Install factory-inspired lighting fixtures that double as modern, sculptural forms Salvage old objects for a second lifespan – a ladder becomes a bookshelf or a crate becomes a table Main photo: Menlo Park (F3135) by Troy Lighting and Melrose table lamp (L961-AGB) by Hudson Valley Lighting W W W. L I TTM A N BRA N D S . C O M

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Orb LED Wall Mount (SS1042B-PN) and Pro Puck LED (PPL-SA) by CSL (Creative Systems Lighting)


Lighting Layers An effective lighting layout calls for illumination from a variety of sources. The right lighting helps create mood, composition and ambiance within an interior space, transforming even the most simply furnished room into a well-lit masterpiece. To maximize the livability and beauty of a space, at least three “layers” of lighting are needed – ambient, task and accent. Let’s take a look at how these layers work together.


ESSENTIAL LIGhTING LAYERS

ThE FIRST LAYER

Establishes Necessary Ambient Lighting Also known as overall or general lighting, ambient lighting is a room’s functional foundation – creating safe and even illumination to help aid traffic and other basic visual tasks throughout the home. Chandeliers stand out as artistic centerpieces, but pendants, flush mounts, and semi-flush mounts can also be used as a room’s primary light source. Dimmer switches allow you to adjust the ambient lighting to bring in other layers and change the room’s atmosphere.

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If ambient light levels are lower than task levels, the contrast will create a dramatic effect. However, if ambient light levels are as high as task levels, then the space will be brighter.

Right: Mambo pendant with bronze finish and embossed leather shade (135-46) by Corbett Lighting. Opposite page: Esquire sconce in polished nickel (159-11) by Corbett Lighting. Woodbury picture lights in distressed bronze (7023-DB) by Hudson Valley Lighting.

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While a ceiling fixture might meet the practical requirements of lighting up a space, ambient lighting should only be the “base” layer in a thoughtful lighting layout.


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ThE SECOND LAYER

Illuminates Activities with Task Lighting While ambient lighting welcomes us into a room, task lighting is focused on the things we do there. The demands of task lighting vary substantially from room to room. Kitchens require strong, shadow-free lighting in food preparation areas while bathrooms require well-diffused vanity illumination for grooming tasks. Each activity has its own unique lighting requirements, which can be met with a variety of pendants, wall-mounts and portables.

Energy Saving Tip: Using more task lighting than ambient lighting at home can help conserve energy.

Accent lighting should illuminate the accent area with about 3 times the light of the surrounding area.

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ThE FINIShING LAYER

Enhances Features with Accent Lighting While ambient and task lighting layers are necessary for a room’s functionality, accent lighting enhances the impact of architectural and design elements – allowing you to focus attention in specific areas that highlight a room’s aesthetic features. Well-placed sconces can draw your eye to fireplaces, while picture lamps can illuminate prized possessions.

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There are two types of accent lighting: The focal layer is for artwork, displays and architectural elements while the decorative layer is mainly ornamental.

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Middlebury pendant in historic nickel (901-HN) by Hudson Valley Lighting


Fixtures and Installation Guidelines From the decorative to the practical, there is an abundance of lighting fixtures to suit your every style and need. But which one is right for you? Here are some general guidelines to help you understand the different types of fixtures and their functions in the home.


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Chandelier With styles ranging from traditional and ornate to modern and minimalist, these decorative hanging fixtures typically feature multiple branching arms and lights. They are most often found in dining areas but can be elegant additions to entryways and foyers as well. While the chandelier is usually a room’s focal point and primary light source, its light must be supplemented to avoid over-lighting and glare. Some chandeliers are designed with downlights to provide task or accent lighting, while others are available with fabric or glass shades.

30"-32"

To find the ideal chandelier diameter: Add the length and width of the room together and substitute the feet for inches. In the dining room: Choose a chandelier that is 6” narrower than the width of the dining table. It should hang at least 30” above the tabletop in a room with an 8’ ceiling. For each additional foot of ceiling height, add one inch.

Above top-down: Waterloo chandelier in polished nickel (3022-PN) by Hudson Valley Lighting. Porter chandelier in polished nickel (6619-PN) by Hudson Valley Lighting. Right: Amherst chandelier in polished nickel (8518-PN) by Hudson Valley Lighting. Regatta chandelier (104-46) by Corbett Lighting.

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When sizing a chandelier, remember that dense shapes will seem smaller, while more open designs may appear larger.


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Adding a dimmer lets you alter the intensity of the light to suit your mood and activity.

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Pendant Perhaps the most versatile of all decorative lighting fixtures, pendants can be as glamorous as a chandelier, as understated as a wall sconce, or as functional as a floor lamp. They can be used to provide task, ambient, and accent illumination depending on the use and location. The more compact profile of pendants allows for greater pairing and clustering possibilities.

For kitchen islands, leave about 30-32” from the countertop to the pendant base.

30"-32" Counter to fixture

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In foyers, the diameter of the fixture should be equal in inches to the sum of the room’s width and length – and should hang at least 7’ from the floor. Above: Surrey chandelier in distressed black with antique gold elements (F3527) by Troy Lighting. Lansing pendants in polished nickel (9118-PN) by Hudson Valley Lighting. Opposite page left to right: Femme Fatale wall sconces in silver leaf (145-11) and Geisha wall sconces in bronze (182-12) by Corbett Lighting.

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Wall sconces should be mounted about 5’ from the floor and spaced across the room every 6-8’ or relative to the furniture or pieces they are accenting.

Wall Sconce Sconces and other wall-mounted fixtures can create intimate ambiance and add a thoughtful dimension to your decor. Placed midway on the wall, they can provide ambient, task and accent lighting as well as balance or supplement overhead sources. Many sconces double as artwork and can be used as accent pieces to flank architectural features such as fireplaces. W W W. L I TTM A N BRA N D S . C O M

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Semi-Flush Mount When height is limited, a semi-flush mount or close-to-ceiling fixture can offer the exquisite styling of a chandelier in a more compact form. The small gap between the ceiling and fixture provides double the illumination, with light bouncing off the ceiling as well as radiating from below. Semi-flush mounts work well where low-hanging fixtures would interrupt flow and functionality while offering more elaborate possibilities than standard flush mounts.

A semi-flush mount should hang no lower than 7’ from the floor.

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Above top left to right: Uni semi-flush mount in tide pool bronze finish (C3664) by Troy Lighting. Diva semi-flush mount with faceted crystal drops in silver and gold leaf (132-33) and Chimera semi-flush with nickel and crystal tassels, tubular glass in tranquility silver leaf (176-34) by Corbett Lighting. Right: Quinton semi-flush in aged brass by Hudson Valley Lighting. Opposite page left to right: Trumbull flush mount in old bronze (3322-OB) by Hudson Valley Lighting. Inertia flush mount in silver leaf and crystal (140-33)

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In halls and foyers, semi-flush fixtures are great for providing the ambient light needed to greet guests and assure safe passage.


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Flush Mount 8' - 10'

Flush mounts or “surface mounts” fit snugly against the ceiling. Because they illuminate without occupying much vertical space, they are ideal for low ceilings or high traffic areas like hallways. Areas that only require one “layer” of light, such as closets and laundry rooms, are also well-served by flush mount fixtures. In hallways, flush mounts should be placed every 8-10’ apart to provide safe illumination and help create continuity.

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Bath and Vanity Lighting Bathrooms require strong, glare-free task lighting. Wall fixtures placed on each side of the bathroom mirror can provide even, shadow-free illumination, but additional horizontal lights are needed above large mirrors. If there is no room to accommodate side-lights, a flush mount with a broad diffusing capability can be placed above the vanity area instead.

78" no less than 28" apart eye-level

For small mirrors, mount fixtures at least 28” apart and 60” off the floor.

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For large mirrors, mount a horizontal vanity light strip 78” off the floor.

Above top: Soho wall sconce in polished chrome (6203-PC) Top Right: Whitney sconces in antique nickel (7501-AN). Bottom Right: Danville chandelier in aged brass (3130-AGB). Opposite Page: Left: Canton island light in old nickel (9813ON). Opposite Page: Right: Druid Hills in polished nickel (1156-PN). All by Hudson Valley Lighting.

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Shower and Bathtub Lighting Lighting around the tub should be bright enough for bathing and reading product labels. Shielded fixtures will protect from glare, while low voltage linear lighting makes middle of the night trips to the bathroom easier. For inside the shower, remember to choose recessed downlights approved for wet areas.


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To determine how many watts of incandescent light are needed for a countertop space, multiply the square footage of the area by 2.5.

Island Lights Island lights provide a single-fixture option for lighting across kitchen countertops, game tables or other rectangular spaces. While spaced pendants require two or three wiring boxes, an island light requires only one to illuminate the same expanse. An island light can be used as task lighting or as a visual centerpiece and sole source of ambient light in a space.

30" Countertop to fixture

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An island light should hang about 30” above a countertop and 36” above a game table.

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Portable Floor and Table Lamps When flexibility is important, portable lamps are perfect for creating ambient, task, or accent lighting to suit your needs. Whether standalone or tabletop variety, portables solve the problem of limited wiring options and allow for easy design and lighting adaptability.

A table lamp and floor lamp shade should sit roughly 42� off the floor to avoid bulb glare.

Picture Lights Whether it’s a portrait, print or piece of art, an outstanding wall hanging deserves worthy illumination. Picture lights come in a variety of styles and lengths to accommodate the width of the underlying piece.

Left: Higgins floor lamp in polished nickel (L337-PN-WS) and Kentfield table lamp in polished nickel (L125-PN ) by Hudson Valley Lighting. Right: Woodbury picture lamps in aged brass (7042-AGB) and historic nickel (7023-HN) by Hudson Valley Lighting. Opposite page top left: 5 inch eco-downlights LED (EDL5-1000 Series) (EDL5-1000 Series) and (EDL52200) by CSL Creative Systems Lighting. 38

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Recessed Lighting Recessed lights, or downlights, can blend into almost any decor and provide a range of lighting effects from task to ambient. Installed in the ceiling with only the trim showing, they are ideal for shorter or sloped ceilings.

Cove Lighting Eco-Cove lighting is an ideal choice for lighting spaces that are concealed, hard to reach or have tight radii. Users can direct light up towards the ceiling and down adjacent walls, or create light for aesthetic accent to highlight decorative ceilings.

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Undercabinet Lighting Undercabinet fixtures offer both task and accent lighting. They provide excellent countertop lighting when mounted under kitchen wall cabinets and accent lighting when used in display cabinets.

Laundry and Utility Areas Laundry rooms and other utilitarian areas demand plenty of light. A large ceiling fixture with energyefficient bulbs or recessed fixtures spaced evenly around the room can provide ambient lighting, while adjustable track lighting and undercabinet lighting can be good options for task lighting.

Left: Brunswick in hand-forged iron (C3790) by Troy Lighting Right: CounterAttack (NCAX120L-32SS) by CSL Creative Systems Lighting

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Spellbound LED pendant in tranquility silver leaf finish with polished stainless accents (165-44) LED by Corbett Lighting


Lighting by Room “If a room is lit the right way, everyone looks their best and feels relaxed and comfortable, but they don’t know why,” says Lindsey Adelman, a New York–based industrial designer who specializes in light fixtures. Each room in your home has very different lighting requirements and needs determined by the activities performed there. Learn how to achieve the perfect balance of lighting in your home with these helpful tips.


Lighting by Room

Foyer Whether you’re greeting guests or returning home after a long day, the foyer is a welcoming space that conveys the first statement of your lighting style – sometimes before you’ve even reached the front door. When an exterior window gives a view into a two-story foyer, be sure that the hanging fixture is centered and scaled to the frame of the window. Matching sconces or portable lamps can be used to flank mirrors or other areas of visual interest and provide an additional layer of ambient light for a pleasant arrival.

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Above: Illusion semi-flush mount in silver leaf and crystal (170-34) by Corbett Lighting. Right: Houdini pendant in handcrafted iron with silver and gold leaf (177-412) by Corbett Lighting. Opposite page: Left: Manheim table lamps in aged brass (L636-AGB) and Vernon picture lighting in polished nickel (2424-PN) by Hudson Valley Lighting. Opposite page: Right: Crosby in hand-worked wrought iron (F2495FI-L) by Troy Lighting.

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Make your foyer’s first impression shine. Incandescent light looks best with clear glass, while fluorescent light works well with frosted or etched glass.


Lighting by Room

Living Room

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Light three out of four corners in a living room, focusing one of those lights on an object.

As the social and recreational center of the home, living and family rooms have substantial and varied lighting requirements. To meet these different needs, three to four layers of lighting should be used. Entertaining guests calls for a special lighting scheme that creates intimate ambiance. Consider different types of task lighting, both up and downlighting, throughout the space. A chandelier or other decorative fixture centered above the conversation area can supply the room with ambient light, while wall sconces placed around the room can introduce a layer of soft lighting to guests’ faces. When it’s time to sit back and relax, reading is facilitated by table and floor lamps. Accent lighting can shed light on a prized possession or area of visual interest, while specialty picture lights can brighten up paintings and other wall art.

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Bedroom When lighting a bedroom, you should create an overall atmosphere of quiet relaxation. While a flush mount ceiling fixture and two bedside lamps still define standard bedroom lighting, thoughtful planning can recast the space in a different light. Consider scale. Chandeliers and larger-scale pendants can make high ceilings feel more intimate, while semi-flush mounts add a decorative element to vertically limited spaces. Decide on task areas and task lighting for activities such as bedside reading. Swing-arm wall sconces or a pair of small pendants can serve the same purpose as portables while freeing up nightstand space. You can also hang pendants next to the bed or install recessed downlights above – just be sure not to install them directly above the sleeping area.

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Install dimmers for flexibility to suit different moods and activities.

Left: Link pendant with hand-forged iron (F2875). Right: Big Bang pendant in silver leaf finish (183-420). Opposite page: Massena (4620-WPN), Heirloom wall sconce (8000-HNMS1) and Heirloom pendant (8001-HN-MS1) by Hudson Valley Lighting.

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Misplaced task lighting can throw shadows on your workspace.

Kitchen As hubs of household activity, kitchens demand layered lighting from a variety of sources. Strong overhead lighting is necessary for general illumination and can be attractively accomplished with a larger-scale flush mount fixture. Traditional cooking and cleaning areas, such as island counters, require focused task lighting from pendants or island fixtures. Breakfast nooks can be lit with a single glass globe, a decorative pendant, or even a cluster of smaller pendants hung at varying heights for maximum visual impact. A wall sconce or two can provide additional ambient light, focused in the eating area. Accent lighting, including undercabinet lighting, also plays a big part in creating the final look.

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Sidelights are best for applying makeup while overhead lights help fill in shadows on your face.

Office Whether you’re paying bills or writing your next novel, a well-lit workspace is essential for getting the job done. Pendants, flush mounts and recessed fixtures can provide excellent ambient lighting for working but should not be so bright as to create glare off your computer screen. Keeping overhead and recessed lights along the room’s perimeter can also help avoid working under direct glare. Close-in work demands specific task lighting from portable desk lamps, floor lamps or pendants installed over the work area. If your workspace is integrated into another area of your home, good portable floor lamps provide the best lighting option without taking up desk space.

Bathroom Consider where your natural light is coming from when determining where to put your lights.

While flush mounts are still considered standard for ambient bathroom lighting, pendants and small chandeliers can add unexpected elegance to the utilitarian space. When it comes to the vanity, the best mirror lighting surrounds the face with even light to minimize shadows and avoid glare. Shower stalls require additional overhead lighting, which must be UL rated for wet locations, while standalone tubs and whirlpools can be surrounded by sconces to create effective ambiance. Left: Bank in hand-forged iron (F3783) by Troy Lighting. Top Right: Mclean in polished nickel (853-PN) by Hudson Valley Lighting. Bottom Right: Romeo one light wall sconce in polished nickel finish (15211) by Corbett Lighting. Opposite page: Dayton chandelier in polished nickel (989-PN-WS), Dolce pendant in champagne leaf finish (109-47).

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Essential Lighting Layers

Dining Room Decorative lighting reaches its apex in the dining room. Serving as the room’s artistic focal point, a chandelier traditionally illuminates the dining table. However, dimmers are recommended to avoid over-lighting and glare. Longer tables may be illuminated by a pair of smaller chandeliers or formidable pendants for a grand effect. Sideboards and buffets can be flanked by sconces for accent lighting as well.

Make the table the brightest spot in the dining room to draw people in.

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Tango (138-42) LED pendant in textured bronze finish with warm silver leaf by Corbett Lighting


Light Sources and Energy Efficiency As more energy efficient light sources, or bulbs, become available, the future is looking brighter than ever. A broad array of light bulbs now deliver more lumens, or overall brightness, than conventional incandescent bulbs while decreasing overall energy consumption. Read on to see “watt’s up” with the latest in light sources.


Light Sources and Energy Efficiency

Different light bulbs produce different effects. To save energy, select the most efficient light bulb for the type of lighting you need. According to www.energystar.gov, an ENERGY STAR certified light bulb uses about 75% less energy than a traditional incandescent bulb and lasts at least 6 times longer. Let’s take a look at how some of these different light sources match up.

Halogen Incandescent

Xenon Incandescent

Incandescent

Carbon Filament

Whiter and brighter, halogen incandescent bulbs are about 30% more energy efficient and can last up to 3 times longer than standard incandescent bulbs. They are available in two types: line voltage (120 watt) and low voltage (12 volt).

Producing a white light similar to that of halogens, xenon bulbs operate at lower temperatures and emit more light per watt than standard incandescent bulbs. Their miniature shape allows for compact designs with intense illumination and life ratings comparable to that of fluorescents (up to 20,000 hours). They are popular choices for undercabinet and strip lighting.

Emitting warm yellow-white light, the classic cast of incandescent bulbs explains their enduring popularity. Because they are less energy efficient than other sources, they are best suited for task lighting that needs high levels of brightness. Beginning in 2012, the US Energy Independence Act of 2007 requires most incandescent bulbs to produce the same amount of light (lumens) using less wattage (energy).

Mirroring antique light bulb styles from the late 19th and early 20th centuries, carbon filament bulbs produce a warm, vintage glow. A defined steeple and classic filament make this design perfect for exposed or transparent light fixtures as well as industrial chic spaces.

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Right: Sublime LED sconce with smoke crystal diffuser (171-11) and Sublime LED pendant in tranquility silver leaf finish (171-48) by Corbett Lighting.

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Light Emitting Diode (LED) More efficient and longer lasting than any other light source, LEDs are becoming increasingly popular in home applications. While incandescents and CFLs emit light and heat in all directions, LEDs are “directional” and only emit light in one direction – allowing them to use light and energy more efficiently. When purchasing an LED, look for the ENERGY STAR symbol to ensure it is a good quality product. Although more expensive, LEDs are rated for 25,000 hours or more.

Littman Brands is introducing more innovative lighting collections than ever before with pendants, chandeliers, recessed, sconces, table and floor lamps incorporating LED sources. CSL® (Creative Systems Lighting) is on the cutting-edge of LED innovation and design, offering LED downlighting, energy efficient task lighting, LED step lights and a line of Architectural Luminaires that balance performance, energy efficiency and contemporary aesthetics. Their latest 2” aperture Eco-Downlight LED “Mini” features 14 system watts that deliver up to 800 lumens. Troy Lighting is combining beauty and efficiency with new LED options in their outdoor lighting lines and RLM collections. W W W. L I TTM A N BRA N D S . C O M

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Fluorescent Fluorescent bulbs can deliver light that is cool and white or warm and bright. They use 1/5 to 1/3 as much electricity as incandescents with comparable lumen ratings and last up to 20 times longer. Note: Fluorescents must be marked as “dimmable� if used with a dimmer.

Because fluorescent bulbs contain mercury, it is important to dispose of them properly.

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Lumens: The amount of light a light source produces. The higher the lumens, the brighter the light

Foot candles: The amount of light that reaches a subject

CFLs are small fluorescent bulbs that can be used in most types of lighting fixtures. They are 3 to 4 times more efficient than traditional incandescent bulbs and can last 6 to 10 times longer. They have a lifespan around 9,000 hours.

T8 bulbs are commonly used in larger ceiling fixtures. Because of their electronic ballasts, they turn on instantly and do not hum.

Wattage: The amount of energy consumed by a light source

Efficacy: The amount of lumens per light

Compact Fluorescent Lamp (CFL)

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Lighting Measurement Terminology

High-Intensity Discharge (HID) HID bulbs have long lives and are extremely energy efficient, but they usually do not produce pleasing light colors. In residential settings, HIDs are most often used for outdoor security and area lighting.


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Color Temperature Measured in Kelvin (K), a bulb’s color temperature determines whether its light appears “warm” or “cool.” Lower Kelvin numbers indicate a light that appears more yellow (“warmer”) while higher Kelvin numbers mean the light is whiter or bluer (“cooler”). 1850K: Candle flame, sunrise or sunset 2700K – 3000K: Warm, soft white. The color of incandescent bulbs 3500K – 4100K: Cool white, neutral, bright white. Good for kitchens and workspaces 5000K – 6500K: Natural or daylight. Good for reading

LED Savings According to TheDailyGreen.com, the average homeowner spends $264 or 12% of their energy bill on home lighting. If using standard incandescent bulbs, 98% of that energy is wasted as heat and not light. CFLs are 75% more efficient than incandescents and can cut the same energy bill down to $66. Even better, LEDs are 90% more efficient and can cut the same energy bill to $26.

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Most ENERGY STAR qualified bulbs are made to match the color of incandescent bulbs at 2700-3000K.

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CSL (Creative Systems Lighting) provided a range of LEED Platinum certified lighting for Indigo Park Resort in Kiawah Island, Charleston, S.C.


Outdoor Lighting When it comes to creating curb appeal, the right outdoor lighting can take any exterior from functional to fabulous. Besides enhancing your home and its surrounding areas, effective outdoor lighting provides added peace of mind by enabling safe passage and security. Ready to shed some light on the great outdoors? Check out this illuminating guide to outdoor lighting.


Outdoor Lighting Guide

Brightened entryways, illuminated pathways and well-lit landscapes are just some of the forms outdoor lighting can take. Here are some ways to transform your home’s exterior into an inspired nightscape.

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Flush mounts provide illumination when ceilings or overhangs are low.

Wall lights and lanterns can be used to illuminate architectural elements or light up entryways for safety.

RLM (Reflector Luminaire Manufacturer) lights are primarily commercial or industrial lighting fixtures designed to reflect light downward.

Hanging lights or lanterns are usually hung above a door or patio dining table and can provide a dramatic look.

Post lights and pier mounts, lights mounted on short piers or other surfaces, add safety and offer a decorative effect.

Interior/exterior lights are approved for both indoor and outdoor use.


Outdoor Lighting

Entryways Brightening up your entryway with stylish and functional lighting enhances your home and ensures your guests have a safe and pleasant arrival. To create a warm and welcoming look, use wall lanterns on either side of the door. Recessed, chain-hung or semi-flush fixtures can be used under a portico or overhang. For a rear or side entrance, a single wall lantern installed on the keyhole side of the door is usually all that is needed.

When two lighting fixtures are on each side of the entryway, their heights should be about 1/4 the height of the door.

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When only a single side lantern is used, its height should be about 1/3 the height of the door. Wall lights should be mounted about 66� above the threshold.

Decks, Porches, and Patios Outdoor lighting allows you to take advantage of your outdoor spaces after dark. A patio or other gathering spot can be converted into a romantic evening retreat by concealing mini-lights under steps, railing or benches, or installing a spotlight in the branches of a nearby tree. Hanging lanterns and coordinating wall lanterns can provide visual impact for enclosed porches or seating areas, but flush mounts can work as decorative alternatives when height is limited. To enhance the mood for entertaining, post lights can be placed around the space’s perimeter.

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Pools and Fountains Underwater lighting and well lights can provide safety and ambiance for evening entertaining or swimming. Wet location approved low-voltage and LED lighting are popular sources for ambient pool lighting, while post lights can also enhance the mood.

Steps, Paths and Driveways Step and path lights make sure you and your guests are able to move about safely and easily after dark. Low-level path lights can brighten your walkway and define the boundaries of long driveways, while post lanterns can provide a more dramatic effect. At the property or driveway entrance, bollards, post and pier mount lanterns can be placed to ensure visitors are greeted in style. Left: LED Steplights (SS3007) by CSL (Creative Systems Lighting).

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Outdoor Lighting Guide

Types of Landscape Lighting Garages Mount a lantern on each side of the garage or a single fixture above to provide lighting for safety and security. A motion sensor or a photocell that turns the lights on at dusk and off at dawn can conserve energy. Installing spotlights on your eaves or ground lights pointed up can also enhance security.

Practical and aesthetically pleasing, landscape lighting shows off the beauty of your surrounding property, trees and foliage while enhancing vistas from within the home. Accent lights, or spotlights, create directional beams of light to highlight trees, statues and other features. Flood lights create a widespread distribution of light suitable for illuminating walls or large objects. Well lights or “uplights” are recessed into the ground and concealed from view, allowing them to light trees, walls or other features from the ground up. Downlights are mounted to a wall or overhang to aim soft pools of light onto paths or porches. Path lights, or spread lights create a soft and widespread distribution of light to illuminate pathways, flowerbeds and other elements low to the ground. Wall lights and step lights are recessed into the wall and stairs to illuminate stairs or pathways adjacent to the house, while deck lights are typically mounted to the home’s exterior or to a wooden railing.

Outdoor Kitchens, Grills and Serving Areas Outdoor cooking areas benefit from bright task lighting and recessed wall washes, which can bathe a whole wall in uniform light. Other options include installing a recessed spotlight on an adjacent roof overhang or mounting lights on a railing behind the grill. A portable fixture suitable for outdoor environments can also be used.

Underwater lights are completely submerged to illuminate ponds and other decorative waterscapes.

Well Lights / Uplights

Path Lights

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Outdoor Lighting Tips Install energy-efficient low voltage lighting, such as the LED Steplight from Troy Landscape, along your sidewalks and steps to light up walkways. Add an attractive light fixture to your front porch or a decorative street lamp to your front yard. Both the Mill Valley lamp post and the Edison wall mount by Troy Lighting Outdoor exude sophistication. Make sure lighting that is visible through front doors and windows enhances the home’s appearance from the outside. Many cities – like Tucson and Aspen – have adopted Dark Sky Compliance laws to reduce light pollution. If you live in one of these areas, make sure you choose outdoor light fixtures that project light downward without releasing lighting upward into the atmosphere or outward past the intended projected path. However, swimming pool lighting, lighting for stairs and ramps, sign lighting, holiday and temporary lighting and low voltage landscape lighting are all exempt from Dark Sky Compliance. For more information, visit darksky.org. This Page: Cameron (P3415) by Troy Lighting. Opposite Page: Top Row Left to Right: Bamboo (B1853BB), Shutters (B3302), Gables (B9902CG). All by Troy Lighting. Second Row Left to Right: 10W LED Flood (R-F600B-NAZ), 3.5W LED Step Light (R-S11BNAZ), 3W LED Path Light (R-G241B-LED-NAZ). All by Troy Lighting. Third Row Left to Right: Kinetic (BL3383), Cottage Grove (B3082CB), Liberty (B2361CR). All by Troy Lighting. Bottom Row Left to Right: LED 5”EcoDownlights (EDL5-1102 / EDL5-2000) by CSL (Creative Systems Lighting), 2.75” LED Step Light (SS3008) by CSL (Creative Systems Lighting), Cameron (B3413) by Troy Lighting.

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Energy Efficient Outdoor Lighting LEDs have become the light source of choice for many outdoor lighting designers because they provide high-quality output with almost 60,000 hours of bulb life – translating to 10-15 years of use. They also generate little to no heat, which makes them extremely safe to use and require virtually no maintenance. Troy Lighting’s Environmental Series combines exquisite designs and hand-crafted lanterns with fluorescent, ENERGY STAR, and dark sky compliant options. With the advent of Title 24 in California, energy efficient fluorescent lighting or motion controlled lighting has become mandatory for exterior lighting fixtures. ENERGY STAR lanterns are supplied with an integral photocell that automatically illuminates the lanterns at dusk and turns them off at dawn. Dark sky compliant lanterns are available with incandescent or fluorescent options, and full cut-off or semi cut-off light control systems. Troy Landscape Lighting designs and manufactures performanceengineered landscape lighting fixtures. Their products are developed to incorporate the latest light sources and electronic technologies, including LED, to produce long-lasting, highly-functional and energy efficient lighting. They offer Path, Accent, Flood, Well, Fountain, Deck, Step and Column lighting fixtures.

Dark Sky Compliant

LED Title 24

LED Flood Light

LED Step Light

Decorative LED Step Light

Fluorescent Energy Star

LED Eco-Downlights

LED Title 24

Fluorescent Dark Sky Compliant

LED Path Light

Known as the pacesetter in low voltage small aperture recessed lighting, CSL® (Creative Systems Lighting) is a leader in the concealed LED lighting and architectural LED lighting categories, using the latest and most energy efficient technology. The company’s catalog includes a variety of products such as Eco-Downlight LEDs, Task Lighting, LED Steplights, Linear LED Lighting and Architectural Lighting. CSL’s Architectural Lighting Collection is designed to provide highperformance, architectural-grade pendants, sconces and flush mount lighting for residential and commercial spaces. The collection features modern designs and light source options including LED, Xenon, HID and CFL. All products are UL/C-UL listed for damp or wet locations, making them applicable for various levels of indoor and outdoor use. CSL’s LED Steplights Collection offers energy efficient solutions for nightscaping and illuminating key travel routes in residential or commercial buildings. The collection features nine versatile profiles that provide zero maintenance accent and functional lighting for indoor and outdoor spaces. The clean, graceful designs are offered in three different finishes designed to blend seamlessly with virtually any environment.

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Made in California When it comes to choosing the right lighting fixture for your home, the overall style and appearance are choices that easily factor into the decision. However, taking the time to consider where your lighting is manufactured can be crucial to finding a product with lasting value and integrity.


Made in California

“Made in the USA” is a powerful statement. It invokes a sense of patriotism and pride in a product’s quality of construction and support for the domestic workforce and economy. Buying products with the American flag symbol of origin is especially relevant these days as more and more manufacturers move 100 percent of their production overseas. While homeowners today have many choices when it comes to lighting, the number of lighting companies that manufacture their products in the United States is limited. As one of the few U.S. manufacturers able to take a lighting design from concept to full production in-house and on U.S. soil, Littman Brands is a rarity in the lighting world. They believe investing in domestic production is crucial to ensuring product quality, maintaining a high level of creative control, providing much needed jobs in the U.S. and affecting the economies of both local and national communities. Multiple Littman Brands collections are crafted and/or assembled at the company’s new 200,000 square foot manufacturing engineering, and design facility in City of Industry, California. There engineers and designers are able to monitor every step of the manufacturing process and produce multiple world-class lighting brands and collections. And the best part is that they have the capacity to significantly increase their U.S. production. Here’s a look at some of their collections produced domestically:

Troy Lighting’s new RLM line is pure “Made in the USA.” The pieces are reminiscent of lighting fixtures from early to mid-20th century industrial spaces that have been redefined through creative design and use of cutting-edge lamp sources like LEDs. From metalwork to powder coating and assembly, the amount of time, energy and care put into these completely customizable fixtures is extraordinary. CSL® (Creative Systems Lighting) designs, engineers and manufactures many of its Eco-Downlight LEDs, Task Lighting, LED Steplights, Linear LED Lighting and Architectural Lighting in City of Industry. They have the machinery and technical expertise to make heat sinks, housings and more on-the-spot.

Known for its sophisticated casual Americana aesthetic, Troy Lighting has numerous outdoor collections produced domestically, including: Amherst, Dexter, Drake, Dwell, Ethos, Ginza, Hive, Kinetic, Montgomery, Nantucket, Oxford, Preston and Utopia. The ever-popular Mercury indoor fixture is also home-grown.

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Utopia

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(clockwise from left) The “Pre-Function” area in the Hilton Carlsbad Oceanfront Resort and Spa in Carlsbad, CA; The Blue Bar at the Algonquin Hotel in New York City; The lobby of the Loews Annapolis Hotel in Annapolis, MD

Troy Lighting Contract Hospitality designs, manufactures and produces custom fixtures in their California factory. Working with both international and domestic contract and hospitality clients, they believe it’s important to be hands-on with every step of the process and provide high quality products with efficient turnaround. Littman Brands complements domestic production with handcrafted products manufactured overseas by skilled artisans. Their new 150,000 square foot facility in the Philippines utilizes new and state of the art equipment. While it might be easier to do 100 percent of their manufacturing overseas, Littman Brands believes doing so makes it harder in the long run to distinguish their brands from a design, quality and service perspective. They’re not interested in offering commoditized lighting; they’re interested in using a combination of U.S. and overseas manufacturing to produce exceptional lighting.

Troy Lighting Contract Hospitality manufactures their products inside Littman Brands’ 200,000 square foot facility in California

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Made in California

Manufacturing Inside Littman Brands’ City of Industry facility, talented professionals maximize precision and efficiency by utilizing the latest in leading-edge tooling, equipment and finishing capabilities. CNC machinery: a new Haas CNC lathe with automatic bar feeder, which in conjunction with their CNC mill, allows them to create designs for their own heat sinks; and a new CNC Amada Vipros, which employs the technology of CNC Turret, capable of punching up to 250 parts per hour. State-of-the-art powder coating facilities: a new six-stage, turn-key powder coat system with phosphate spray, two inline powder booths, and an 80 foot curing oven, capable of processing 10,000 fixtures per day. Additionally, the Littman Brands’ facility employs the use of computerized precision laser cutting equipment, large capacity paint spray booths, chemical finishing tanks, TIG Master Welding facilities, shade manufacturing and fully integrated production and assembly lines. Engineers and designers design in AutoCAD 3-D and perform LED calibration. They also create hand-blown glass and utilize organic materials like shells and native woods in their fixtures.

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Artisan Craftsmanship Littman Brands’ design team utilizes a wide range of creative and technical processes, both ancient and modern, to achieve the signature quality and design of their fixtures. Forging: Among the oldest forms of joining wrought iron to create strong joints and a natural look. Lost Wax Casting: An ancient process utilizing a wax model, used when the most intricate works need to be executed. Stamping: A process which allows them to coin, flange, emboss and perform numerous other forming techniques on sheet metal. Spinning: A metal fabrication technique that provides several metallurgical benefits to their pieces including refined grain structure. Laser Cutting: The Littman Brands’ most technologically advanced way to create an edge with a high quality surface finish. Milling: A process which facilitates a dynamic range of precision cuts including slotting, planing, and contouring. Lathing: Their “turners” – craftsmen who operate lathes – cut, sand, drill, knurl and perform numerous other lathe operations. Powder Coating: The application of a dry, free-flowing powder to virtually any type of metal, which allows them to produce far less hazardous waste than conventional liquid coatings. Painting: Their custom paint preparations provide customers with a dynamic range of finishes from which to choose. Hand Finishing: A process that allows them to leave a unique stamp on their products, ensuring that no two pieces are ever exactly the same.

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Montgomery: Troy Lighting

Manheim: Hudson Valley Lighting

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10

12

Chianti: Troy Lighting

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Haverhill: Hudson Valley Lighting

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Uni: Troy Lighting

Amadeus: Corbett Lighting

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10

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11

14

16

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11

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11

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9

12

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9

12

14

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Chianti: Troy Lighting

Millbrook: Hudson Valley Lighting

Russell: Hudson Valley Lighting

Mendocino: Troy Lighting

Mercury: Troy Lighting

Surrey: Troy Lighting

Almont: Troy Lighting

Bordeaux: Troy Lighting

Le Marais: Troy Lighting

Modena: Hudson Valley Lighting

Regent: Hudson Valley Lighting

Delacroix: Troy Lighting

Graffiti: Corbett Lighting

Kinetic: Troy Lighting

LED Pendant: CSL - Creative Systems Lighting 速

Uni: Troy Lighting

Alpine: Hudson Valley Lighting

Roslyn: Hudson Valley Lighting

Jasper: Troy Lighting

Little Harbor: Troy Lighting

Pier 39: Troy Lighting

Drift: Troy Lighting

Jasper: Hudson Valley Lighting

Heirloom Sconce: Hudson Valley Lighting

Bamboo: Troy Lighting

Blade: Troy Lighting

Cameron: Troy Lighting

Muse: Corbett Lighting

Geisha: Corbett Lighting

Eclipse: CSL - Creative Systems Lighting 速

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12

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Lynden: Hudson Valley Lighting

Byron: Troy Lighting

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Dexter: Troy Lighting

Spellbound LED: Corbett Lighting

Dolcetti: Corbett Lighting

Keene: Hudson Valley Lighting

Kyoto: Corbett Lighting

Eco-Invizilite LED: CSL - Creative Systems Lighting 速


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Vamp: Corbett Lighting

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Shoji: Corbett Lighting

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Conduit: Troy Lighting

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Method: Corbett Lighting

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Dolce: Corbett Lighting

Albion LED: Hudson Valley Lighting

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21

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Melrose: Hudson Valley Lighting

Regatta: Corbett Lighting

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Gables: Troy Lighting

Riviera: Corbett Lighting

Dwell: Troy Lighting

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Lyon: Troy Lighting

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Ulster: Hudson Valley Lighting

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Taj: Troy Lighting

Vixen: Corbett Lighting

Barton: Hudson Valley Lighting

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Party Girl: Corbett Lighting

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Heirloom Sconce: Hudson Valley Lighting

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Menlo Park: Troy Lighting

Revolution: Troy Lighting

Revolution: Troy Lighting

Heirloom Pendant: Hudson Valley Lighting

Menlo Park: Troy Lighting

Orb: CSL - Creative Systems Lighting 速

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Pro Puck LED: CSL - Creative Systems Lighting 速

Middlebury: Hudson Valley Lighting

Waterloo: Troy Lighting

Porter: Troy Lighting

Amherst: Troy Lighting

Surrey: Troy Lighting

Lansing: Hudson Valley Lighting

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Femme Fatale: Corbett Lighting

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Mambo: Troy Lighting

Eden and Oasis: Corbett Lighting

Chimera: Corbett Lighting

Brooklyn: Troy Lighting

Hangar 31: Troy Lighting

Brunswick: Troy Lighting

Mambo: Troy Lighting

Esquire: Corbett Lighting

Woodbury: Hudson Valley Lighting

Geisha: Corbett Lighting

Uni: Troy Lighting

Diva: Corbett Lighting

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PRODuCT INDEx

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Chimera: Corbett Lighting

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Quinton: Hudson Valley Lighting

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Woodbury: Hudson Valley Lighting

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Eco-Downlight LED: CSL - Creative Systems Lighting 速

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Link: Troy Lighting

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Spellbound: LED Corbett Lighting

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Big Bang: Corbett Lighting

Inertia: Corbett Lighting

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47

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40

47

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Trumbull: Hudson Valley Lighting

Inertia: Corbett Lighting

Brunswick: Troy Lighting

CounterAttack: CSL - Creative Systems Lighting 速

Massena: Hudson Valley Lighting

Heirloom: Hudson Valley Lighting

Ambassador: Troy Lighting

Bennington: Troy Lighting

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48

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48

58

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Houdini: Corbett Lighting

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Canton: Hudson Valley Lighting

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45

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Dolce: Corbett Lighting

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Manheim: Hudson Valley Lighting

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Tango LED: Corbett Lighting

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Vernon: Hudson Valley Lighting

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Soho: Hudson Valley Lighting

Whitney: Hudson Valley Lighting

Danville: Hudson Valley Lighting

Druid Hills: Hudson Valley Lighting

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Higgins: Hudson Valley Lighting

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Kentfield: Hudson Valley Lighting

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Adjustable Beam Path Light: Troy Lighting

Spellbound LED: Corbett Lighting

Illusion: Corbett Lighting

Crosby: Troy Lighting

Left Bank: Troy Lighting

Mclean: Hudson Valley Lighting

Romeo: Corbett Lighting

Dayton: Hudson Valley Lighting

Sublime LED: Corbett Lighting

Ethos LED: Troy Lighting

RLM - Archetype: Troy Lighting

Campanile: Troy Lighting

Dover: Troy Lighting

Raleigh: Troy Lighting

Bamboo: Troy Lighting

Amherst: Troy Lighting


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LED Steplight: CSL - Creative Systems Lighting ®

Adjustable Beam Path Light: Troy Lighting

LED Steplight: CSL - Creative Systems Lighting ®

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Cameron: Troy Lighting

Cottage Grove: Troy Lighting

Liberty: Troy Lighting

LED Eco-Downlights: CSL - Creative Systems Lighting ®

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Kinetic: Troy Lighting

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Bamboo: Troy Lighting

Shutters: Troy Lighting

Gables: Troy Lighting

3W LED Flood: Troy Lighting

LED Eco-Downlights: CSL - Creative Systems Lighting ®

Ginza: Troy Lighting

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Dwell: Troy Lighting

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LED Step Light: CSL - Creative Systems Lighting

RLM - Retro Industrial: Troy Lighting

Amherst: Troy Lighting

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3W LED Path Light: Troy Lighting

RLM - Deep Reflector: Troy Lighting

Cameron: Troy Lighting

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3.5W LED Step Light: Troy Lighting

RLM - Pendant: Troy Lighting

Utopia: Troy Lighting

Mercury: Troy Lighting

RLM - Bullet Head: Troy Lighting

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