Progress Lighting Partners with Jeffrey Alan Marks

The 35-piece collection launches at Lightovation in January. 

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Progress Lighting announced today a collaboration with acclaimed interior designer Jeffrey Alan Marks for its Design Series brand.

Launching at Lightovation in January, the 35-piece collection will be widely available through lighting showrooms and e-commerce retailers. Ranging from pendants, chandeliers, wall sconces and ceiling fixtures, Marks’ first collection, Point Dume, was inspired by his southern California roots.

Colleen Visage, Vice President of Product Management at Progress Lighting states, “We are thrilled to be partnering with a talent like Jeffrey as the inaugural guest designer of our Design Series brand. We have long admired Jeffrey’s talent seen through his beautifully livable residential projects as well as his impressive brand collaborations. Jeffrey delivers style with ease as is evidenced in his Point Dume Collection for the Design Series.”

The Design Series by Progress Lighting features lighting fixtures reflecting artistic influence, on-trend elements and details to contribute to affordable luxury for the home. The fixtures found throughout the Design Series become the statement, the art piece and the focal point – and contribute to an overall luxurious experience in the home. With over a century of lighting technology, leadership and engineering, Progress Lighting offers the highest quality in residential and commercial lighting solutions, bringing products that deliver aesthetic appeal, stellar performance, easy installation and value to the designer marketplace.

Marks’ designs are infused with fresh informality, good nature and playful charm. Recognized as one of today’s most influential American designers, this California talent captures each client’s personality to create timeless and livable interiors. For over 20 years his classic and tailored interiors have stood apart, layered with personality, color and charm. His collaborations with leading home furnishings brands for furniture, fabric, rugs, lighting and bedding has broadened his design impact.

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