House and Home Overseas Crop © 2013 Visual Comfort. All rights reserved.

January / February 2013 Press

Canadian House & Home, January 2013

It’s always exciting to see our lighting published in our favorite shelter publications, particularly when they are carefully curated by a designer or editor. The January and February 2013 issues brought the following mentions:

The Channing Double Sconce was featured as part of a round-up for achieiving the look of London’s famed Soho House in the January 2013 issue of Canadian House & Home.
The classic Overseas Adjustable Console Table Lamp was the editor’s pick for replicating a “Traditional Boho” look.

Thomas O’Brien’s Library Pivot Lamp made it into this round-up of stylish desk lamps.

 Designer Morgan Harrison opted for several Visual Comfort fixtures for her project featured in the Winter issue of New England Home.

 Pictured above, the Symmetric Twist Double Sconce and Double Twist Large Chandelier are right at home in this glamorous dining room.

 A Close-up of the Symmetric Twist Double Sconce

 The graceful lines of Barbara Barry’s Simple Floor Lamp complement the space perfectly.

{Style at Home, January 2013}

{Our Cawdor Buffet Lamp is recommended for getting the look of designer Meredith Heron’s entryway in the January 2013 issue of Style at Home.}

The Large George II Chandelier, a perennial favorite made an appearance in Style at Home’s popular ”High or Low” feature.

 The February 2013 issue of House Beautiful brought several wonderful mentions of our lighting.

The popular Quatrefoil Floor Lamp by Suzanne Kasler for Visual Comfort & Co. is a top seller. It made its editorial debut in the Belgian White finish in the “I’m Looking for a Floor Lamp” feature.

 Designer Peter Dunham used several Frame Maker’s 18″ Picture Lights throughout the Newport Beach, California cottage in a feature spread.

 Style at Home, February 2013

 The Double Twist Large Chandelier popped up again, this time in the February issue of Style at Home. Designer Beth Gold opted to add shades to the chandelier. Do you prefer the look with or without shades?

 The elegant simplicity of this room by Sloan Mauran is the perfect setting for the Simple Scallop Chandelier by Barbara Barry.

Share this post

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.
Required fields are marked:*


You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <strike> <strong>