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Barbara Cosgrove Lamps To Close Its Doors

With Cosgrove's retirement, the company will shut its doors at the end of the year. 

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After 20 years in the home industry, lighting design luminary Barbara Cosgrove is retiring. Barbara Cosgrove Lamps will close its doors at end of 2018, marking the end of her eponymous line of lamps and home accents.

“It has been a fantastic journey and I want to say thank you to everyone who is a part of this creative industry and to anyone who ever bought a lamp from us," Cosgrove said. "You let us into your lives and I’ll always be thankful for that."

Since launching the business from her garage in 1996, Barbara Cosgrove Lamps has earned a reputation for elegant and sophisticated design. Her lamps garnered a national following among interior designers and have been featured in premier shelter magazines, television shows, movies and homes across the country.

“We have taken immense pride over the years in presenting our boutique brand of tasteful, thoughtful and high-quality pieces. This definitely is the end of an era for us, but we have loved every minute of it,” said AJ Cosgrove, Director of Sales & Marketing.

October High Point will be the last market for Barbara Cosgrove Lamps. Attendees are encouraged to visit in the CODARUS showroom, IHFC-H220, where they can pick-up any must-have styles before they are gone. Many styles will be on sale, all products will ship immediately after market, orders will be credit card only and supplies will be limited.

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