Kitchen & Bath Design News

FEB 2019

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7. Beaux-Arts Classic Products offers Decorative Recessed Light Trim in sizes to fit all major manufacturers of recessed lighting, including the latest LED Ultra Thin Wafer Technology. Shown is the recessed chandelier, which includes crystal embellishments. Circle No. 201 on Product Card 8. Evolution Lighting presents ellumi, a bacteria killing undercabinet light that continuously kills germs on any surface. Ellumi incorporates Vital Vio's VioSafe White Light Disinfection technology, which uses LEDs instead of UV or chemi- cals; the wavelengths of visible light are safe for humans but deadly to bacteria, mold and fungi on surfaces, notes the company. Circle No. 202 on Product Card 9. The Beehive Pendant with a Jeweled Stem from Tracy Glover Studio fea- tures a simple glass pendant that is adorned with a customizable, jeweled stem comprised of hand-blown glass beads in various shapes, textures and colors. The number of jewel beads and placement, glass colors and patterns and metal finishing are customizable. Circle No. 203 on Product Card 10. Surfrider is part of the Design Series from Progress Lighting, the inaugu- ral collection for the company from Jeffrey Alan Marks. The pendant fixture, which showcases detailed metalwork, is shown in Maliblu. The collection includes 38 pieces. Circle No. 204 on Product Card 11. Comprised of three layers – the inner candelabra body, middle fabric shade and outer woven form – Balboa uses sustainably harvested rattan in a wave pattern for a natural aesthetic. The fixture, from Troy Lighting, is shown in a bronze finish. Circle No. 205 on Product Card 12. The Trio LED Vanity and Wall Sconce, featured in dweLED by WAC Lighting, is comprised of three individual chrome plated illumination elements. Trio's evenly illuminated strips hover above a polished chrome back plate for a distinctive yet understated accent. The fixture can be mounted over a vanity or vertically as a sconce. Circle No. 206 on Product Card 13. Black+Decker PureOptics LED's Push Connect Under Cabinet Lighting can be powered through a direct wire or plug-in transformer. The light bars are 9" in length and 0.3" in height, and each can illuminate cabinets from 12" to 36" long. It is available in warm white and cool white, and includes a hands-free power controller, 10 dimmer settings and optional shutoff timer. Circle No. 207 on Product Card 14. The Haze pendant from Niche features a unique gradient effect that flows from Opaline to transparent Crystal glass, making for a versatile pendant light. The handcrafted Haze glass shades, which cast shadows of light on the wall, can be suspended from a Satin Brass or Polished Nickel mount. Circle No. 208 on Product Card 15. The Artifacts Collection marks Kohler's foray into lighting. Paying homage to the vintage industrial trend, the sconces provide a timeless look, with a de- sign reminiscent of antique candle lanterns. It is available in single wall, double wall, and single wall with an adjustable cord, and it comes in multiple finishes. Circle No. 209 on Product Card 16. Ketra's Natural Lighting System mimics sunlight to gradually provide cool and bright light in the afternoon, transitioning to warm, dim light in the evening. The system can be controlled through keypads or a mobile application, and it is smart home-compatible to allow for voice-controlled commands. Circle No. 210 on Product Card 17. Inspired by Buster + Punch's interest in solid metals and muted tones, HOOKED 6.0 is an industrially designed pendant with a hook. The knurled light fittings are finished in solid metal with matte black detailing and are available in Steel, Brass and Smoked Bronze finishes. HOOKED is fabricated from 2mm rolled steel and finished in Graphite or Stone powder coating. Circle No. 211 on Product Card 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 February 2019 • 81

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