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FOR EVERY FASHION & HOME STYLE

2016 LOOKBOOK

LIGHTING TRENDS


WHAT IS IT?

The Design Series is a widespread initiative to provide resources that equip, educate and excite our customers, partners and prospects on Progress Lighting’s design-centric offering.

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We listened to the voice of our customers (you!) - and the feedback was clear. Home industry experts have come to know Progress Lighting for our extensive portfolio of top value lighting solutions. We are widely recognized for our strong partnerships within the homebuilding market, consistently ranking among the leading lighting providers by builders nationwide. At the same time, we learned that industry professionals, including many of our partners, are largely unaware of our offering that caters uniquely to an audience of fashion-forward designers, remodelers and homeowners. We are less known for our artistic influence, handcrafted collections and designer statement pieces that display the latest home fashions. With the launch of this series, you can expect to see more of the following from us:

EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEWS WITH KEY DESIGNERS

Join us in listening and learning about industry hot topics straight from the experts themselves. From home design trends to color forecasting to most-loved products, gain insight on how to improve your home with tailored content from our in-house designers, as well as residential professionals from around the country.

NEW FASHION FORWARD PRODUCTS

The Design Series is about more than just content - it’s about fashionable products that bring residential spaces to the next level of design. Progress Lighting has extensive research and development programs in place to ensure our new products represent the looks that homeowners desire. As we continue to provide more collections for designers, our new product introductions can be expected to include stylistic pieces for high-end interior settings.

DIY DESIGN TIPS

Our Design Series also comes with practical advice. Whether from our team or others in the field, you can plan to see more home improvement hacks and decorating ideas through an engaging video series.

INSPIRATIONAL RESOURCES

New resources such as the Progress Lighting Design Guide have been developed to provide easy access to a world of inspiring spaces. Browse hundreds of room settings that cater to a variety of design styles and see how lighting brings each room to life.

VISIT PROGRESSDESIGNGUIDE.COM TO SEE THE LATEST TRENDS AND INSPIRATION.

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MINIMALIST

URBAN INDUSTRIAL

BOHEMIAN

MID-CENTURY MODERN

The Minimalist trend emphasizes clean lines, accentuated shapes and minimal decorations to make a home complete.

A Urban Industrial home maintains raw materials, rustic furnishings, vintage material with a hint of urban flair.

The Bohemian trend brings an eclectic, relaxed attitude to home design with layered patterns, rich textile and intricate lighting.

Mid-Century Modern style is defined by characteristics such as wide glass windows, sloping ceilings and quirky furniture.

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TRADITIONAL

LUXURY

TRANSITIONAL

COASTAL

Traditional is all about creating comfortable and cozy spaces. In traditional style you will find elegant additions, symmetrical set-ups and careful attention to detail.

Creating this refined Luxury look is achieved by combining natural elements like marble or stone with sleek design and a bold focal point.

A Transitional home maintains the warmth and sophistication of traditional interiors, while incorporating clean and bright features of contemporary design.

Beach-inspired accents, organic furnishings and an overall relaxed feel are what makes the Coastal Home that will bring you right to the oceanside.

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MINIMALIST

Less is more. This style uses a monochromatic color palette and a soft simplicity with an emphasis on shape, exuding sleek sophistication for a streamlined lifestyle. THE LOOK Design

Aesthetic

Color Palette

Crisp, straight lines and shapes characterize a minimalist style room. This simple framework displays a sleek sophistication that can also be mirrored in lighting fixtures.

A room reflecting the Minimalist style radiates simplicity and organization. Everything has its place and only necessary elements are included to make the room as functional as possible. Everything from living room furniture to the way clothing is hung is intentional and streamlined.

A Minimalist style color scheme creates uniformity. The palette can be accented nicely with a touch of pattern or the natural color of a potted plant for decor.

Pure Linear

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Simplicity

Monochromatic


SPOT THE TREND

THE LIGHTS

CLEAN & CRISP LIGHTING Select fixtures with crisp lines, distinct iron frameworks and simple geometric shapes for your minimalist style room. Designers prefer Brushed Nickel or Antique Bronze with this style.

FEATURED PRODUCT

Pattern

B&W Stripes REPLAY Chandelier P4726-104

Black and white stripes are a significant and fun trend in the minimalist style. Just a pop of pattern used cleverly in a pillow or rug adds character to the monochromatic design.

FINN Pendant

P5324-121

KISS LED Pendant

P5187-0930K9

PENN Pendant

P5067-104

PURE LED Pendant

P5171-0930K9

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URBAN INDUSTRIAL Preserving the historic elements of a building creates the desired urban appeal for this particular style, ideal for the casual creative, young entrepreneur or imperfectionist. THE LOOK Furnishings

Color Palette

Materials

Incorporate rustic metal shelving and cabinets, choose leather or canvas furniture to tie the other elements together.

A consistent color palette comes naturally when incorporating elements like concrete, steel, metal and wood. Keep the look going by painting walls neutral colors.

Exposed brick, steel columns, iron railings and concrete floors combine to achieve a warehouse feel that distinguish the industrial style.

Sleek & Modern

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Monochromatic

Vintage


THE LIGHTS

SPOT THE TREND

METAL PENDANT LIGHTING Fixture finishes like Antique Bronze and Brushed Nickel add to industrial style. Pendant lighting with Edison bulbs is also popular, and designers often use rustic fixtures to complete a room. FEATURED PRODUCT

BEAKER LED Sconce P125-2030K9

Aesthetic

ARCHIVES Pendants P5124-20

Rustic Furnishings

Raw materials, metal fixtures and rustic furnishing are all details that describe the industrial trend.

SWING

Pendant P5190-20

CHRONICLE Pendant P5311-20

SWING

Chandeliers P4742-20

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BOHEMIAN

Unique Style. This style is perfect for non-conformists who shy away from rigid design rules, as they can use their own unique taste and style to create their space.

THE LOOK Color Pallette

Bold Hues & Texture

Incorporate vibrant colors and textiles such as embroidered Suzani rugs made in Central Asian countries. Patterned rugs and wall tapestries add character to a room.

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Materials

Rich Textiles

The Bohemian trend brings an eclectic, relaxed attitude to home design with layered patterns, rich textiles and intricate lighting.

Pattern

Mixed Patterns

With this trend, leave no space empty, as combining different colors and patterns with no particular formulas is encouraged. There’s no such thing as a room that is “too busy.”


SPOT THE TREND

THE LIGHTS

TEXTURED LIGHTING The Bohemian style is accentuated by unique lighting, such as dangling chandeliers. Look for fixture details like beading, fringe, intricate textures and patterns to complete the look.

FEATURED PRODUCT

Aesthetics

Relaxing Elements

CARESS Sconce

P7046-104WB

MINGLE Pendant P5155-20

Bohemian style isn’t complete without comfort. Designers pair bed canopies, ottomans and floor pillows with warm lighting fixtures to create intimate, comfortable spaces.

MARQUE Pendant

INDI Chandelier P4248-20

P5073-20

FLOURISH Pendant P5151-72

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MID-CENTURY MODERN Quirky and functional. This style gets its flair from its modern yet retro juxtaposition. THE LOOK Furnishings

Patterns

Mid-Century Modern furniture has a modern, space-age feel, adding unique shapes and pops of color to a room. Designers look for unique pieces, often accented with wood.

Colorful and bold geometric patterns add a quirky flair to the clean lines and functionality of this design. These patterns often have unexpected color combinations.

Modern

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Bold Geometric

Materials

Glass

Mid-Century Modern homes are characterized by the use of glass to create a sense of connection to nature and the outdoors


SPOT THE TREND

THE LIGHTS

UNIQUE GLASS LIGHTING Designers often use unique lighting as a focal point when designing a Mid-Century Modern interior. These statement fixtures serve as pieces of art, but are also chosen for their functionality in the home.

FEATURED PRODUCT BINGO LED Close-to-Ceiling P3747-0930K9

Influences

DRAPER Chandelier P4718-104

Space-age Trends

MOD Chandelier P4755-15

Space-age trends as well as the influence of architects and interior designers like Frank Lloyd Wright had a profound impact on Mid-Century Modern design.

HAVEN Hall & Foyer P3898-09

MESH Pendant

P5337-20

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TRADITIONAL

New Traditional spaces are timeless, but still allow for a little fun and youthfulness to keep your style feeling fresh. In Traditional rooms you’ll find elegant additions, and careful attention to detail.

THE LOOK Furnishings

Aesthetics

Patterns

Darker wood tones such as walnut, oak, mahogany and cherry are prevalent in the Traditional home. Fine woodwork is appreciated in many forms — railings, beams and bookcases.

Notable trends in Traditional furniture include overstuffed sofas, skirted furniture and an abundance of plush accent pillows. An emphasis on symmetry and soft, warm furnishings creates a comfortable and calming room.

Carved, unique moldings and statement trim are key traits in this style. Gilt-framed mirrors, ball and claw furniture legs and detailed frames around oil paintings bring in touches of sophistication.

Deep Wood Tones

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Plush, Cozy

Bold Trim & Moldings


SPOT THE TREND

THE LIGHTS

STATEMENT LIGHTING Chandeliers with Antique or Forged Bronze finishes add to the Traditional style. Chandelier lighting with bold trim is popular, and designers often use detailed fixtures to complete a room.

FEATURED PRODUCT

Materials

Lux Fabric APPLAUSE Close-to-Ceiling P3507-20

INSPIRE Pendant P3799-20

Large windows are dressed up with lux fabric draperies, sometimes accented with tassels for an extra touch of class. However, these elegant curtains aren’t the only source of ornate fabric — beautiful exotic rugs often fashion hardwood floors.

CLASSIC Chandelier P4757-20

CRESTWOOD Hall & Foyer P3902-20

KENSINGTON Hall & Foyer P3532-77

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LUXURY

The Luxurious Connoisseur. Aspects such as natural elements, sleek design, ornate details and statement dĂŠcor define the ideal Luxury lifestyle.

THE LOOK Materials

Aesthetics

Design

Designers look for lavish drapes and curtains to dress up large windows and unique art pieces for wall decoration. Statement fixtures amid recessed lighting also add a dramatic focal point to Luxury-inspired rooms.

Natural elements like glass, marble, stone, brass and fine wood are used in the Luxury design approach to convey a sense of strength and everlasting beauty.

Simple and sleek design, such as a sweeping staircase, will accentuate the architecture of luxurious homes. Focus on lavish materials such as leather, velvet and suede for furniture.

Statement Decor

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Natural Elements

Sleek


SPOT THE TREND

THE LIGHTS

SOPHISTICATED LIGHTING Using Silver Ridge and Brushed Nickel finishes brings the Luxury trend to life. Chandeliers and pendants celebrate the element of sparkle through a sophisticated and glamorous design.

FEATURED PRODUCT

Furnishings

ROXBURY Sconce

Ornate Detail

P2724-101

ELINA Hall & Foyer P3987-104

GLIMMER Pendant P5321-134

Intricate design is prevalent in Luxury-inspired interiors, from detailed tile to ornate ceilings, giving a refined, sophisticated feel to the home.

THE POINTE Pendant P5043-15

NISSÉ Chandelier P4139-104

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TRANSITIONAL The best of contemporary and traditional elements is what the Transitional style offers. A Transitional home maintains the warmth and sophistication of traditional interiors, while incorporating clean and bright features of contemporary design.

THE LOOK Design

Color Palette

Materials

Simple silhouettes are ideal for transitional furnishings. Furniture pieces have crisp profiles and straightforward style, cleverly combining curves with straight lines to create a blended balance of masculinity and femininity.

Tone-on-tone palettes and warm neutrals like beige, ivory and tan are ideal for a luxurious Transitional space. This lack of bold color creates a serene atmosphere for relaxation.

A steady mix of textures is important in the Transitional home. Textural materials such as leather, burlap, tweed, cotton, silk, suede and sisal are celebrated throughout different areas of a room.

Straight Lines & Round Profiles

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Warm Neutrals

Textured


SPOT THE TREND

THE LIGHTS

SIMPLY CASUAL LIGHTING Transitional lighting fixtures marry contemporary and modern details. Fixtures that maintain a traditional shape may include simplified, casual details. Modern forms are adorned with beads and bobeches to heighten elegance.

FEATURED PRODUCT MINGLE LED Close-to-Ceiling

Aesthetic

Simplicity & Sophistication

The Transitional style embodies a “less is more” approach in details like window curtains and décor. Window treatments can be elegant, but simple and crisp; basic panels, bamboo blinds and neutral roman shades work well in this style category.

P2332-0930K9

STAUNTON Pendant P5333-09

ASHBURY Chandelier P4464-134

BRAVO Chandelier

EQUINOX Hall & Foyer P7077-104

P4621-20W

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COASTAL

Bring your home right to the oceanside with beach-inspired accents, organic furnishings and an overall relaxed feel.

THE LOOK Materials

Color Palette

Creating the seaside look is achieved through the refined use of nautical and beachinspired accent pieces. Focus on balancing the look through materials and textures to maintain a sleek contemporary design.

An all-white color palette is ideal for a Coastal-inspired home, complemented by hues that reflect sand and the water: blues and greens, beige and light cream or yellow.

Beach Inspired Accents

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Natural

Furnishings

Organic Furniture

The Coastal style features furnishings and decor made from natural fibers and organic materials. Wicker furniture, hand woven rugs or bamboo blinds, are an established theme for this design.


SPOT THE TREND

THE LIGHTS

CLEAR GLASS LIGHTING Fixtures, such as Bay Court are perfect for a Coastal home with a textured glass accent, while our AirPro Ceiling Fan is a functional option to bring the coastal breeze to your space.

FEATURED PRODUCT

Design

Natural Light

CLAYTON Sconce P2849-84

BAY COURT Hall & Foyer P3701-09

The importance of natural light is evident in this style through the incorporation of large glass windows and sliding glass doors. Use light sheers and minimal window treatments to maximize light, as well as the view.

SPICEWOOD Pendant P4766-71

STATUS Chandelier P4140-15

PARLAY LED Pendant P5329-2030K9

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R U O Y

N G I S N ? E A N L D P O T I T X NE NOVA RE G N I N

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