Crystorama debuted a new 200-page master catalog, Designed to Illuminate, at the Spring High Point Market, which closed yesterday. The company also showcased a cross-section of its lighting creations at the High Point, NC, event, highlighting a group of products inspired by elements of nature, architecture, fashion and jewelry, the company noted.
Leading the natural elements trend for Crystorama was the Eva Collection, an empire basket shaped fixture featuring domes of rock crystal beading and rope trim. The company bolstered its Broche Collection with two spherical-shaped chandeliers, a wall sconce with a climbing vine and a ceiling mount. A new bell-jar shape and ceiling mount expanded the Avery collection.
The entire range of new lighting groups makes the fresh catalog more compelling, the company noted, as does its organization.
“The new catalog will be a great resource for our customers in accessing our product offerings while assisting homeowners in making the best possible lighting decisions,” said Brad Kleinberg, president of Crystorama.