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EXPERIENCE TIPS & TRENDS FOR LIGHTING SOLUTIONS

SUMMER 2018

HOME INSPIRATION AT ITS FINEST

Take an exclusive tour of a Summit Estates home that defines “luxe neutrality”/ 6

KITCHEN MAKEOVER

MASTER THE MIX + MATCH TREND

COLOR FORECASTING

An insider’s view to a stunning kitchen transformation / 4

How to make a bold statement by mixing favorite lighting fixtures / 12

Designer insight on color trends + how to incorporate them in your home / 38

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NEW 2018 TREND BOARDS / BRINGING THE OUTDOORS IN / A NURSERY REVEAL FOUR COLLECTIONS FOUR WAYS / WALLPAPER’S BIG COMEBACK and MORE!


Featuring Spicewood chandelier

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LUXURY JUST GOT AFFORDABLE. See more at progresslighting.com

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SUMMER 2018

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FEATURED PARTNER PICKS /

Whenever we seek to find a daily dose of inspiration, we simply look to interior designers and our homebuilder partners.

Enjoy a few of our favorite projects this year incorporating Progress Lighting fixtures in our

It’s truly our honor to share installation details and updates from those who excel at the creative use of Progress Lighting collections. By sharing their projects, we feed our passion for stunning design styles, while also having the amazing opportunity to provide our readers with inspiration.

partner’s design projects. Learn how to get featured at ProgressLighting.com/spotlight

Doris Pearlman // Interior Designer Sway Chandelier, page 6

This issue is full of articles, images and interviews that share on-trend design details. Checkout our new trend boards for today’s popular design styles. They feature updated color palettes and recommended lighting fixtures to try in a variety of spaces. Many of the fixtures you’ll see are from our designer-inspired category, the Design Series.™ We really hope you enjoy this issue of Experience Progress. We couldn’t do it without our partners and favorite designers. It’s a community that continues to grow and we hope you’ll join us on this journey. See more of our partners and their featured product picks!

Jennifer Kis

Susan Wilson Interiors // Interior Designer Turnbury Chandelier, page 26

DIRECTOR OF MARKETING COMMUNICATIONS

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Lacey Haskell // Feathering My Nest Blogger Ion Chandelier, page 57 The New American Home // Builder Partner The Pointe Pendant, page 46

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SUMMER 2018

CONTENTS

In This Issue

Welcome to

Kitchen Make-Over

04 A sneak peek into a kitchen remodel with Progress’ own product designer Dan McGinty.

The New American Home 2018!

HOME TOUR

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Summit Estates Community Get an exclusive look at the ultimate luxury home that serves up statementmaking design.

Gorgeous Designs, New Styles Driving Wallpaper’s Big Comeback

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MAKE A BOLD STATEMENT MIX

FAVORITE FIXTURES

12 baby retreat by Feathering My Nest DIY blog Enjoy a nursery reveal packed with design ideas!

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COVER STORY This premier show home dazzles with modern architecture and transitional style.

Bringing the Outdoors

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Learn how interior designers are incorporating this year’s color trends into their own projects and spaces.

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Kitchen Make-Over

by Dan McGinty The people who make up the Progress Lighting team are truly talented individuals with skills and passion that extend far beyond the office walls. Here we feature a recent renovation from one of our very own Product Designers at Progress Lighting – Dan McGinty!

WHAT A MAKEOVER / A before and after shot of Dan’s recent kitchen renovation. “After” image features Assembly Hall pendants from Progress Lighting’s Design Series.

"We bought a wallpaper covered “fixer upper” with a rotting floor under the refrigerator. I thought it was just a broken water line on the refrigerator, but it was a neglected chimney cover with years of dripping down to the subfloor. With water damaged cabinet doors and an odd layout, we renovated the space to create something that worked for us." Dan McGinty / Designer Progress Lighting

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Like many families, the dining room, family room and kitchen are the most used rooms in Dan’s home. In fact, the family room is an open space that leads to the dining room, foyer and part of the kitchen. “We recently renovated our 23-year-old kitchen. We love to cook and spend most of our time in there,” said Dan, who describes key updates to the right.

“We can’t imagine this house without this kitchen!”

KEY UPDATES REPLACED AN ELECTRIC RANGE WITH A THERMADOR GAS RANGE ADDED NEW APPLIANCES REFINISHED FLOORING REMOVED FLUORESCENT LIGHTING AND A CEILING FAN ADDED LED RECESSED LIGHTS AND PENDANTS FROM PROGRESS LIGHTING’S ASSEMBLY HALL AND CHRONICLE COLLECTIONS

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Home Tour

TOUR THE STUNNING

Summit Estates Community with POSSIBILITIES FOR DESIGN

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s a respected thought leader and founder of Possibilities for Design, an award-winning national interior design firm, Doris Pearlman is in the business of bringing dream homes to life. Connecting with the hearts of today’s homebuyers, her model homes are the hallmark of custom design and trendsetting style.

Doris recently finished merchandising a stunning home with luxury homebuilder, and Progress Lighting partner, Toll Brothers. The Summit Estates community, nestled in the heart of Westchester County, attracts sophisticated New Yorkers looking to retreat from city life. The design of the Harding model epitomizes luxury, and Doris used Progress Lighting fixtures as her finishing touch.

Creating impact with two large Sway pendants over a dining table.

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Initial Impact As the first room seen from the entry, the dining room is the gracious hostess of the house. The overall vision for the room is “luxe neutrality” with gray and crème chairs, coordinating drapery, and the added flair of contemporary gold accents and wall hangings. But it’s the dual, bronze Sway chandeliers, highlighted by the perimeter-lit coffer, that crown the room for the ultimate first impression. progresslighting.com

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INDUSTRIAL

The Heart Of The Home This “Chef’s Kitchen” is gourmet ready, with a waterfall island, Wolf appliances, and sleek white cabinets. A subtle touch of industrial lighting is an unexpected, exciting addition.

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Three Glimmer fixtures are staggered over the bed, emphasizing the high ceilings and creating luxurious drama.

Staycation

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Lighting really steals the show in this romantic room. An impressive coffered ceiling adds dimension, volume and architectural interest, while the Glimmer pendants serve as the jewelry of the space. The oversized tufted headboard, split-finished nightstands, painted trim accents and layered bedding are key elements in the overall vision.

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Glimmer pendant and Invite vanity fixtures truly leave buyers asking for the earliest move-in date!

Putting The Owner Back In The Owner’s Bath This space extends the “staycation” appeal with an artfully contrasted black and beige tile design, and free-standing tub, with the striking Glimmer pendant repeated from the bedroom and Invite vanity over the sink. This continuity creates the ultimate memory point and adds sparkle to this spa-like retreat.

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The wine room, generally a traditional space, is given a new contemporary edge and brought to life by the Vestique chandeliers. Drawing your eye upward, the fixture complements the architecture of the space and calls attention to the hand-crafted wood ceiling.


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Two Markor pendants add drama to a room.

A Study In Style When you have an entire builtin wall boasting a 72� TV, a bay window, and a modern geometric glass desk, you need pendants that command attention. The Markor pendants achieve just that. Working from home just took on a whole new meaning.

Completing the home tour, it’s crucial to leave visitors with a lasting impression, and two Vestique pendants do just that.

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Mix It Up

MAKE A BOLD STATEMENT

MIX FAVORITE FIXTURES In our last issue of Experience Progress, we featured a variety of inspirational room settings that incorporated fixtures from a variety of our new lighting collections. It was so popular, we decided to bring an updated version for you to enjoy!

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GULLIVER

Fixtures from the Gulliver and Tilley collections pair perfectly to create an enjoyable seaside atmosphere.

It’s been a fun process mixing and matching lighting fixtures within these spaces to create unique lighting designs.

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ENJOY THE SEASIDE IN STYLE Coastal-inspired décor features clean sophistication and a relaxed attitude, ideal for areas where friends and family tend to gather the most. Gulliver’s weathered accents and wood grained frame complement the organic furnishings and textured materials in this room setting. The look is completed with Tilley’s two-toned frame, which enhances the beach-inspired artwork and neutral color palette. progresslighting.com

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TO SET THE SCENE Conestee pendant groupings serve as an attractive alternative to the traditional bedside lamps, while also providing a timeless look to this modern master suite. The cool metal tones in both Conestee and Circuit collections complement the handcrafted modern furniture and wood flooring, ultimately creating an inviting and relaxing room to retreat to at the end of a long day. progresslighting.com

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SWOON OVER

MID-CENTURY MODERN Our designers selected a series of statement fixtures, where each complements the next, to highlight this great room that features a variety of shapes and pops of color. Hangar’s light and airy form adds visual interest, while also providing a unique contrast to Astra’s asymmetrical design. Inspired by the art of engineering, Spatial’s geometric frame balances and completes the design scheme. 18

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SCULPTURAL DESIGNS with

FARMHOUSE DÉCOR

With a little country flair and an inviting atmosphere, this clean and simple design style is surging in popularity in homes across the nation. Rich tones and antique dĂŠcor pair perfectly with the sculptural details featured in our Fermi and Re-Bar pendants. The lighting design also features a wall sconce and chandelier from our Cordin collection, which provides a playful contrast and creates a unique visual statement within the space. 20

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MARBLE, GLASS & GOLD OH MY! Everyone deserves a little bit of luxe in his or her home. Sleek design, nature-inspired elements and ornate details make a statement within this lavishly designed setting. Our Palacio fixtures pair a Vintage Gold finish with faux white marble accents: they complement the sophisticated glass spheres found in the Ellyson pendants. progresslighting.com

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Outside In

Bringing the Outdoors

INSIDE Many times, we hear interior design experts talk about the benefits of bringing interior design elements to outdoor settings. However, most recently, we’ve seen a lot of creative ways designers are using exterior lanterns and outdoor accents inside. According to the Synergy Homes team, who creates and builds high-performance and energy-efficient homes, we spend most of our time indoors, but our subconscious desire is to be connected with the outdoors. Incorporating elements from the outdoors can help bridge that connection. But, how do you master this look? We have some tips for you!

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EXPOSED BEAMS Wooden beams or timbers add a natural element to any home.

FRESH CUTS Bring in the summer vibes with some fresh cuts from your yard.

CHOPPED WOOD Incorporate clean wood in your fireplace during the off-season as an accent feature.

“Don’t overdo it. Sometimes one element is enough,” Michael Sferes / VP of Sales and Marketing for Synergy Homes

Image above featuring, from left to right, Callahan wall lanterns, Whisp chandelier, Briarwood Dining chandelier and Beaufort hanging lanterns.

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LIVING PLANTS Add a touch of green with a few live plants such as a snake plant or fiddle fig.

Featuring Design Series fixtures – Turnbury chandelier and Union Square wall lanterns.

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“I personally love exterior materials within the interiors,” Michele Brown / Micamy Design Studio For example, if the living area has glass sliders to the exterior veranda, we specify wood ceilings and the same flooring in both to make the living area expand to the outside, as well as coordinate the lighting since they are seen together.”

UNION SQUARE LANTERNS Traditionally used in outdoor settings, the Union Square outdoor lanterns in this master suite complement the oversized Turnbury chandelier to create a unique lighting design.

DRIFT WOOD Incorporate drift wood, petrified wood or other wooden décor elements for an earthy feel.

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Outside In

NATURE AS ARTWORK Use a statement painting of wildlife or a beautiful landscape to connect to the outdoors.

WICKER ACCENTS Straw or wicker décor elements bring in some added interest.

“Bringing the outdoors in can create a more peaceful environment and sense of serenity.” Sara Bechtold / Director of Merchandising for Richmond American Homes

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NATURAL ELEMENTS ARE RELAXING BY NATURE! “Bringing the outdoors in can create a more peaceful environment and sense of serenity,” says Sara Bechtold, Director of Merchandising for Richmond American Homes. “It can also help the interior and exterior feel more like one cohesive living space. Creating a sense of hygge (a Danish term for coziness) is very popular right now, and bringing the outdoors in can help achieve that type of comfort.”

ADDITIONAL TIPS from

RICHMOND AMERICAN HOMES OUTDOOR LANTERNS

The use of shiplap in coastal kitchens has become a popular trend that brings outdoor elements into stylish settings. Turnbury pendant shown; Image courtesy of Stephen Alexander Homes and Susan Wilson Interiors.

Incorporate outdoor lanterns above a mantle. “A lot of Progress Lighting’s new exterior lanterns and sconces would make beautiful additions to the interior of a home,” says Sara.

SUCCULENTS They are still trending and make a great addition inside the home.

RECLAIMED WOOD-LOOK FLOORS and brick-look tile on the walls paired with a farmhouse-style lantern or sconce is a great way to bring outdoor style indoors.

RESEARCH OUTDOOR TRENDS Be sure to search for outdoor living trends on Pinterest, Houzz and even HGTV. Many of the ideas posted for outdoor living can translate to interior spaces.

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Have you been searching high and low for the perfect lighting to complement your home’s design? If so, we hope one of our versatile collections can provide some inspiration.

The fixtures within the Cherish collection are so versatile; we are seeing designers incorporating them in almost every room. Styles available in Antique Bronze or Brushed Nickel. See the full collection at ProgressLighting.com

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Change Up Your Foyer The ceiling details a repeating “X” pattern, while a series of Cherish chandeliers help to draw the eye upward - serving as focal point to the gallery. Image courtesy of TNARH 2018.


Double Up Your Lighting with two Cherish chandeliers! Having multiple lighting fixtures instead of one can add detail and symmetry to the space. Image courtesy of Citrine Living.

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Brighten Up Your Bedroom with the round Cherish chandelier. When using multiple colors and patterns in a room, you want to make sure that your lighting doesn’t overpower your design. Image courtesy of Toll Brothers.

Combine Styles In Your Living Room by pairing the Cherish chandelier with different pendant lights to create a one-of-a-kind design. Image courtesy of Richmond American Homes. progresslighting.com

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Make a Statement in the foyer when guests first walk in. This grouping of Piedmont chandeliers draws the eye upwards to take in the grand staircase and every square inch of this room’s stunning design.

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Looking for the perfect accent lighting for your home? Our Piedmont fixtures are often chosen to complete a design in a variety of rooms, from the dining room to the foyer to the master bath. Styles available in Antique Bronze or Burnished Silver. See the full collection at ProgressLighting.com

3 Frame your Dining Table with two Piedmont fixtures, then complete the look with a beautiful centerpiece, tufted chairs and artwork on the walls. Image courtesy of Beazer Homes.

Light the Way with inviting Piedmont fixtures that lead your guests from the foyer to the living room and help create an impactful first impression. Image courtesy of Drees Homes.


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1 2 Add Sophistication with this five-light Ashbury chandelier as a stunning focal point for the round dining room table. Image courtesy of Masterpiece Design Group, Studio KW.

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Frame Your Décor by using these Ashbury wall sconces for the perfect amount of lighting to accent a hallway design. Image courtesy of Micamy Design Studio.


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Well Balanced Lighting by these Ashbury one-light mini-pendants provides the perfect mix of texture and elegant details to a modern kitchen. Image courtesy of Southern Studio.

Show Off Your Space with these two Ashbury chandeliers hanging gracefully over the living room, drawing your eye upward to view the entire room. Image courtesy of Toll Brothers.

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Make a Statement in the dining area with a long Trestle chandelier as your focal point. Image courtesy of Ridge Creek Custom Homes, Spacecrafting.

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Combine Fixtures in the same collection to create unity and emphasize your favorite elements. Image courtesy of Toll Brothers. Revive your Kitchen Island with Trestle pendants, perfect for an open-concept design and helps complete your layered lighting look. Image courtesy of Arthur Rutenberg Homes.


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Do you love vintage décor and mixed metal accents but also dig those rich wooden tones that add a charming country flair? If so, you may identify with both Urban Industrial and Rustic Farmhouse design and our Trestle collection provides the perfect blend of these styles! Available in Gilded Iron finish with hand-painted oak accent. See the full collection at ProgressLighting.com

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Choose Lighting that will be the ‘Jewelry’ for your kitchen like this grouping of fourlight Trestle pendants. Image courtesy of Possibilities for Design, CalAtlantic Homes.

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ne of the most anticipated discussions surrounding 2018 is about color.

Color trends and color forecasting is a major topic for interior designers and other experts in the home fashion industry. Therefore, the Progress Lighting team checked in with some of our friends and colleagues to learn what popular colors they are seeing in their own projects and designs! Here’s what they had to say:

Color is definitely back and a welcome change because it makes a room much more interesting. This winter it was deep jewel tones in sapphire, emerald, plum, ruby, and jade with pops of orange as an accent. As we move into the summer, I see these colors shifting to turquoise, lavender, dusty pink, and lambs ear green.�

Tracey Amadio Decorating and DIY Enthusiast @porchdaydreamer

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A very apparent trend is what we call ‘moody’ walls, which are painted with rich blues and greens or even

Featuring Spirit chandelier, Image courtesy of Micamy Design Studio.

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dark grey and black shades with hints of natural textures,” says Michele Brown, Vice Principal & Director of

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Jacksonville, Florida based design firm Micamy Design Studio. “Most of these natural colors are being used in gorgeous fabrics and various pieces of furniture, such as stools or benches, to bring in more color into a room.”

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A pastel palette continues to emerge and then gypsy/global colors – bright infused shades – purples, reds, lavender, beige more than gray,” says Vicki Payne.

Gray-toned paint is certainly still popular, but we’re starting to see a transition to

Featuring Fresnel Lens pendants, Image courtesy of Vicki Payne.

warmer taupes and grieges (gray + beige shades),” says Ben Clarke. Vicki Payne Nationally Recognized Designer and Home Improvement Expert @ForYourHome

The change is happening slowly, resulting in a mix of warm and cool neutrals on interior finishes,” Ben continued. “Mixed metals are also emerging as a way to bring dimension and interest to a home’s color palette.” Above: Featuring Draper chandelier, Image courtesy of Richmond American Homes.

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A stunning display of building innovation, this show home skillfully blends traditional

and modern architecture to create a transitional design style. Progress Lighting

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is proud to be an exclusive supplier for TNAH 2018. Join us on a tour of this beautiful and inspirational home!

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PRO-TIP Looking for creative design ideas? Create your own ceiling panel with a series of wall or ceiling sconces! Here, a cluster of Beyond LED sconces creates a visually interesting lighting scheme.

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TREND ALERT // A series of Haven pendants add both form and function over an eat-in peninsula.

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According to Kate Clarke of Homes Re-Imagined, the lead designer for the home, lighting was a key element in The New American Home 2018.

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Additionally, the design team

Located in the Bella Collina golf community on the outskirts of Orlando, Florida, this modern Tuscan-style home features a floor plan with two levels, each designed to have a unique

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feature natural lighting and a quiet color palette – evoking the most inviting atmosphere.

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Additionally, the 6,533-square foot interior floor plan features fixtures from Progress Lighting’s The Pointe collection throughout many areas in the home – including the dining room, staircase, powder room and foyer. The design team intentionally used fixtures from the same collection in key areas to help pull the overall design together.

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TRY THIS TREND

Asymmetrical pendant groupings create a unique lighting design for the home. This cluster of The Pointe fixtures was produced as a custom installation in partnership with TNAH and is not available for purchase.

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Outdoor living at its finest! This home’s open concept floor plan positions the exterior areas, spaces everyone seems to gravitate towards, front and center. Progress Lighting’s outdoor hanging lanterns, such as Endicott, and ceiling fans work together to extend the outdoor living season for both living and entertaining.

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CARESS

This complementing Caress chandelier can be found in the master bedroom.

The master bath suite is a vision of elegance. Designed to offer a spa-like atmosphere, the homeowner can prepare for the day ahead with confidence, while unwinding in comfort and solace. This bath and vanity space also includes dual walk-in closets and a concealed washer and dryer, providing the utmost in convenience! Additionally, Caress pendant groupings illuminate either side of the main mirror, in lieu of traditional wall sconces. The master bedroom also features fixtures from the Caress collection, to offer consistency within the same sight line.

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TNAH 2018

LED BOLLARD

Function and modern design are captured by this LED Low Voltage Landscape Bollard throughout the exterior for path lighting.

This year’s New American Home excelled at blending a Mediterranean design style with modernist massing. Featuring a generous use of glass, the windows highlight the interior design accents that make up this stunning space. To learn more about TNAH and other Progress Lighting Star Homes, visit progresslighting.com/starhomes

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“The New American Home 2018 is a warm, comfortable and livable house where anyone would feel welcome,” said Kate Clarke, president of Homes Re-Imagined. “Right from the beginning, I wanted to create a home that people would walk through and say, ‘oh I could live in this!’”

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Gorgeous Designs, New Styles Driving Wallpaper’s Big Comeback Ready to consider updating your favorite room with a fresh color for your walls? Don’t be too quick to discount wallpaper. From traditional and classic to bold and graphic, wallpaper is back…in a BIG way. Get inspired by these gorgeous designs to see how new styles are driving a huge comeback.

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Status semi-flush featured. Image courtesy of Richmond American Homes.

“Wallpaper is a go anywhere, everywhere, wherever you want it to go design element.” Lacey Haskell, Décor and DIY expert,

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“We’re seeing people add texture to walls in new ways,” said Ben Clarke, National Vice President, Home Gallery & Options for Richmond American Homes. He suggests trying some of the following ideas.

01 Instantly add drama to a space by incorporating reclaimed wood, laminate, thin brick or stacked stone to a focal wall.

02 To add color and dimension in a powder room, try a textured or metallic wallpaper – they are very popular right now!

03 Opt for a wood-look wallpaper – it looks great as an accent wall behind a bed or sofa.

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Baby Bliss

baby retreat Feathering My Nest nursery reveal! Lacey Haskell of famed DIY blog, Feathering My Nest, recently welcomed a baby boy, Finley, into her family and was kind enough to share all the details of her nursery reveal with us! If you’re looking for nursery décor inspiration, we’ve gathered all the details of this space, which just happens to feature our Ion chandelier.

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decoration Hansa Toy Whales

chandelier Ion - Progress Lighting wall color Benjamin Moore Revere Pewter yellow dresser Hemnes - IKEA

Jenny Lind 3-in-1 Convertible Crib DaVinci cream shag rug

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Vintage Electric style combines industrial elements with antique materials, metal accents and pops of color for a unique look.

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modern Modern interiors showcase sleek design through the use of neutrals, a minimalism approach, and the use of glass dĂŠcor and technology.

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View the latest 2018 Progress Lighting products and new collections online. Including Design Series, we’re sure you’ll find the perfect fit for your next project.

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Creighton P560033-031

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craftsman Boasting charming simplicity, this cozy style draws attention with its gabled roofs, delicate details, and intimate floor plans.

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Valued Partners W

e call our friends and colleagues across the homebuilding and interior design industry, “Partners.” We believe in our brand promise but in order to truly show the versatility of how our product offering supports affordable luxury living, we look to partners to share project examples across the nation featuring Progress Lighting.

Arthur Rutenberg Homes

Their passion, expertise and enthusiasm allow them to create stunning environments, and we couldn’t share daily inspiration without their dedication.

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We are constantly growing our talented list of colleagues that we work with. As you enjoy this edition, PLEASE TAKE A MOMENT to view the contributors who took the time to provide feedback for the articles. We definitely encourage you to check out their work for further inspiration!

Feathering My Nest Micamy Design Studio Our Humble Abode Porch Daydreamer Possibilities For Design

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Featuring Bergamo chandelier and wall brackets.

MAKE YOUR STATEMENT. Bergamo’s two-toned frame and tassel accents enhance the textured ceilings, walls and accessories to create this stunning luxury cottage feel.

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