This summer, Hudson Valley Lighting Group (HVLG) debuted all-new designs from Troy Lighting and Mitzi at Lightovation in Dallas this month and will showcase them in-person at Las Vegas Market in July. Placing an emphasis on playful creativity, organic comfort and timeless elegance, the newest lighting offers a sophisticatedly fresh direction that serves to elevate modern, traditional, vintage, and naturally inspired interiors. Highlights include the launch of Lauren Liess for Troy Lighting and a capsule collection of 10 new eclectic fixtures created in collaboration with Home Ec. founder Natalie Papier, the newest creative for Mitzi’s Tastemaker Series. To discover the Summer 2023 Collection in-person, visit Hudson Valley Lighting Group at Las Vegas Market from July 30 - Aug. 3 (on the fourth floor of Building C - 475 S. Grand Central Pkwy, Suite C400/C401, Las Vegas, NV).
New for Troy Lighting
Troy Lighting presents an array of new additions to its in-line assortment with standout features of plated glass, soft curves, and weathered finishes that embody the earthy-meets-sophisticated design aesthetic the brand is known for. This season, Troy Lighting is bringing a vintage appeal to its Modern and Vogue trend pillars, introducing a collection of retro-inspired lighting featuring patina brass finishes that elicits a touch of nostalgia to modern living. Mid-century silhouettes with a contemporary twist, as seen across the Camarillo, Geyser, Memphis, and Tucson families, combine the best of both worlds to create an aesthetic that is lively, impactful, and full of personality, while a sense of livable sophistication is evoked through soft curves and the use of plated glass in new, respective fixture families of Keanu and Beryl.
Traditional comfort meets natural livability in Troy Lighting’s latest array of Essential and Natural trend-driven fixtures, with the carefully curated collections bringing a warm and welcoming aesthetic to the home through natural materials, subtle texture and organic silhouettes. From the rustic use of natural rattan and abaca rope seen across the Coe, Deaver, and Ramon families to the fluid and whimsy forged iron bases of the Alaric, Gustine, Holliston, and Igneous collections, these fixtures celebrate craftsmanship while elevating and bringing a sense of warmth to today’s interiors.
Lastly, Troy Lighting has presented a revitalized array of Table Lamps that feature sculptural statements and old-world appeal. Designed for modernists, traditionalists, and vintage lovers, the new lamps capture the best of each aesthetic offering form, function, and a touch of history. The sleek and minimalistic Dallas, Lush, and Yellowstone table fixtures debut with clean lines and layered geometry for the modernist, while classic pieces designed to stand
the test of time like Artesia, Kamas, and Grover present distinct textured ceramic and smoke plated glass silhouettes for the traditionalist. Rustic silhouettes seen across the Colma, Santa Cruz, Siena and Vanda families evoke a sense of character, which vintage lovers are sure to appreciate.
Lauren Liess x Troy Lighting
Troy Lighting is thrilled to unveil a collaboration this season with Virginia-based designer Lauren Liess of the globally recognized residential design studio, Lauren Liess Interiors. The collection spotlights Leiss’ natural, layered, and carefree style, which embodies intentional living and an old-world sensibility. Characterized by its elevated, minimalist designs, the collection is rooted in authenticity and a deep appreciation for nature. The intricately crafted pieces reflect the designer’s aesthetic, creating a harmonious balance between simplicity and sophistication. A standout from the collection is the Arcane pendant lamp, which draws inspiration from industrial design with its modern shade, exposed metalwork and chain detailing. While the Relic family exudes earthy sophistication by way of its highly textured, white ceramic bell shape. For a fresh and modern organic style, the Chanterelle Table Lamp features a gorgeous combination of natural material, texture and clean lines, as well as an undulating lamp shade edge for sophistication and movement. Overall, the Lauren Liess for Troy Lighting collaboration brings forth a collection of interior lighting designs that seamlessly blend timeless aesthetics with a contemporary sensibility to create a captivating and inviting ambiance in any space.
New For Mitzi
The latest installment of the Mitzi/Tastemaker series introduces a collaboration with Natalie Papier, artist, designer, influencer, and founder of Home Ec.. Full of life, character and warmth, each fixture draws inspiration from vintage lighting, sculptural forms, and Natalie’s artistic background to represent the individuality and uniqueness found in each woman they are named after.
Representing Natalie’s sophisticated yet whimsical style, new styles such as Madeline, a flowing, petal-shaped, off-white linen shade with aged brass accents, Regina, a table lamp with a sculptural wood base and a cream paper drum shade, and Robyn, a mixed materials accent lamp with an aged brass base wrapped by three colorful ceramic rings, are sure to add personality to the table.