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Architectural Digest: November 2012

We are thrilled that so many of our products were featured in the November 2012 issue of Architectural Digest. Several of the world’s top interior designers including Nate Berkus, Alex Papchristidis, Russell Groves, and our very own Suzanne Kasler and J. Randall Powers selected Visual Comfort & Co. lighting for their stunning projects gracing the pages of this month’s issue.

{Alex Papichristidis selected the Candlestick Swing Arm for his client’s bedroom.}

{Nate Berkus’ stunning New York apartment is featured on this month’s cover as well as in an extensive “Before and After” spread. In his swoonworthy library/dining room, Nate lined the bookshelves with our 18″ Cabinet Maker’s Picture Light.}

{This Guest Bath in Nate’s home features gorgeous malachite wallpaper and an eclectic vibe. Our Elkins Sconces by Thomas O’Brien are the perfect complement for the space.}

 {Each room in Nate’s home is more glamorous than the last, isn’t it? Remember the 18″ Cabinet Maker’s Picture Lights from the library/dining room? He used them in his fabulous dressing room as well. The beautiful cabinetry was done by our friend, Stephen Fanuka of Million Dollar Contractor on HGTV.}

{Designer J. Randall Powers’ Houston home is showcased in a “before and after” spread chronicling the home’s transformation from typical 1990s townhouse to a fine Anglophile’s residence. Randy has incoporated items from his collection for Visual Comfort into the home’s design along with the classic antiques, bespoke furniture pieces, and chic textiles that have come define the design aesthetic he is known for.}

{The major overhaul of Randy’s foyer includes the Greggory Large Hanging Lantern shown in Hand-Rubbed Antique Brass.}

{The formal living room features the Haines Floor Lamp from Randy’s collection for Visual Comfort along with our Frame Makers 24” Picture Light in Polished Nickel.}

{For the master bathroom, Randy selected the  Pimlico One-Light Sconce and Pimlico Two-Light Sconce, both in Polished Nickel.}

{In the dining room, Antique Gilt chairs from Rose Tarlow Melrose House swathed in Hermes leather are paired with a duo of Hargett Table Lamps from Randy’s Visual Comfort collection atop an antique Italian commode.}

{Image Source: Architectural Digest}

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