Pacific Coast Lighting Releases 2021 Catalog

The catalog spotlights the company’s lamps and portable lighting.

02/01/2021
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Pacific Coast Lighting

Pacific Coast Lighting, a manufacturer of residential lighting that specializes in portable lighting, announced today the release their new 2021 Pacific Coast Lighting catalog. The nearly two-hundred page catalog showcases the company’s trendsetting lamps and portable lighting designs, along with looks from their signature kathy ireland Home collection. 

The full-color catalog builds on the success of the brand’s 2019 publication. Featured styles include elegant modern designs that capitalize on the modern lux trend, coastal island inspired looks, lamps inspired by urban industrial designs, and sophisticated styles that play on the rustic lodge decorating trend. Timeless classic lamps that draw on traditional design motifs are also highlighted.

Also featured are lamps from Pacific Coast Lighting’s partnership with Kathy Ireland and her kathy ireland Home collection. These lamps encompass the wide range of the kathy ireland Home style guides, such as Aloha, Americana, and European Country. The beautiful photography of these designs illustrates Kathy’s conviction that lighting is like jewelry for the home. 

Noted Clark Linstone, President of Pacific Coast Lighting, “We are very proud to once again share our catalog with our network of design professionals and retailers. We believe that lighting is the ultimate home accessory that helps define space, creates ambience and drama, and serves as an integral part of any décor. In the pages of this book you will find everything from classic to contemporary, showing how we consistently deliver a wide array of styles at a great value.” 

The catalog is available now online on Syndigo marketing platform and can also be viewed at the Pacific Coast Lighting website.

To request a hardcopy, please contact a Pacific Coast Lighting sales representative, call 800.709.9004, or email [email protected]

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