Progress Lighting to Debut More Than 600 New Products at Lightovation

Ninety-one lighting collections hit upon 14 individual lifestyle trends from Bohemian to Vintage Electric, with a particular emphasis on Modern and New Traditional designs.

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In line with Progress Lighting's initiative to design unique, on-trend products suitable for a variety of customer lifestyles, the company will debut more than 600 new fixtures at Lightovation, Jan. 8 – 12, 2020 at the Dallas Market Center, TM-3840. 

"Progress Lighting is renowned for its fashion-forward, trend-oriented lighting designs that resonate with the end consumer, interior designer and home builder markets," said Colleen Visage, Vice President of Product Development.

"Our new releases support our successful strategy of encouraging individuals to mix and match their favorite fixtures within the same space, creating a curated, cohesive feel to the home while also reinforcing their unique design style." 

Ninety-one lighting collections hit upon 14 individual lifestyle trends from Bohemian to Vintage Electric, with a particular emphasis on Modern and New Traditional designs that feature familiar forms and features fabricated into lighting that is refreshed for today's homes. The collections feature the latest trending finish colors, including Black, which offers a clean and modern look when paired with clear glass shades. Natural and organic materials, such as distressed wood, stone, and textured glass, bring the outdoors inside for a harmonious and relaxing environment. Geometric silhouettes, larger-scale fixtures, an enhanced ceiling fan offering, and functional LED lighting for the kitchen and bath are some of the top trends included in the product offerings. 

A highlight of the Exterior product release is the introduction of the outdoor DURASHIELD line in the Cardiff, Marquette, Seagrove, Gables, Port Royal, and Benton Harbor collections. DURASHIELD is a high-performance finish, made of durable materials specially designed and tested to resist harsh environmental conditions. 

The Design Series continues its theme of lighting fixtures featuring artistic influence, stylish elements, and hand-crafted details that contribute to affordable luxury for the home. The well-received Point Dume Collection by Jeffrey Alan Marks for the Design Series enters into its second year of collaboration with Progress Lighting. The collection blends unexpected materials with elements of farmhouse chic, industrial design and artisan handwork.

Members of the media and designers are invited to visit the Progress Lighting showroom TM-3840 on Thursday, Jan. 9, 2020, from 11 a.m. – 4 p.m. during Lightovation.

The new Progress Lighting introductions will be available at lighting showrooms, online retailers and through the Progress Lighting website, New resources available for digital download are the Progress Lighting Catalog 133 and the 2020 Design Series Catalog.

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