Progress Lighting


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Residential and Commercial Lighting Solutions

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Progress Lighting is the leading source for residential and light commercial lighting with thousands of fixture designs to meet the needs of any project.


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March 24, 2014 at 1:26pm   
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If you haven't settled on the light fixture you love yet, we also offer chandeliers with a classic/modern style. Here are some of our most popular designs for dining settings:

Collections shown are Cantata, Asset, Nissé and Invite - all available at http://www.progresslighting.com
April 11, 2014 at 9:40am   
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We agree - a fun, small to medium sized chandelier or large pendant would give this space a lot of character. Here are some ideas.

You can view all of these at http://www.progresslighting.com - they are some of our most popular collections! (Alexa, Archie & Equinox).

Hope this helps - Good Luck!
April 9, 2014 at 2:06pm   
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flair lighting
do not put a chand. up light will not help you, and it will hang to low in there feel like you are crouching under it. and it is off center! put in recessed cans and call it a day five of them, will do in there with under cab lighting if you can.
April 9, 2014 at 2:12pm   
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Love the idea of putting a chandelier in the bathroom! Since it's not a huge space, you might want to consider a smaller chandelier, or hall and foyer fixture. Here are a few ideas that might be a fit:

Collections are Nissé, Alexa, Bravo and Equinox. http://www.progresslighting.com
April 7, 2014 at 7:04am     
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Sustainable Dwellings
I think you mentioned "upscale" reno.... do not use any vinyl, formica, or other builder's grade materials. Beadboard is not good in a bath... take the tub/doors out and put in a nice dual head shower with LED lighting. The space looks small, so I would opt for a pedestal sink in place of the dated vanity. Tile the floors....choose a color scheme that will look nice with joining areas.
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Hey, Quick. Looks like you got some suggestions! A few thoughts on Waterside Americana....love the Lake House NY kitchen that Kathryn put up. Feels kind of right. I know people say just put a pedestal sink in small bathrooms, but I'd never buy any place that looked spacious but didn't have a place to put unmentionables. Big shower with opaque, not clear glass. Clear glass = cleaning nightmare. Opaque/patterned glass = can drift on cleaning. That, and not everyone wants to be "seen" while showering, even by their spouse...since they share the bathroom and all. :)
April 11, 2014 at 9:50pm   
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You could also consider changing out the light fixture to create more of a focal point in the center of the room, and fill up some of that upper "emptiness" you are noticing. If you choose a dark finish, that might help unify the upper and lower half of the room. Here are a few fixtures that might be a fit.

These are all available at http://www.progresslighting.com - the collections are Riverside, Orbitz, Meeting Street and Invite. Hope this helps!
April 4, 2014 at 2:51pm   
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fropri
I think you have tons of natural light that is kind of being restricted to just that one side of the room because of all of the darker colors. Changing the colors a bit, maybe to more whites/ivory accented with black and light blue could pull in all of that natural light more. The carpet might be making the space seem too crowded, but it's a little hard to tell. A smaller rug/carpet might give the room a more fresher look. Also, some greenery can always put a nice touch to a room!
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groveraxle
The light simplicity of the top half is a nice counterpoint to the rich bottom half. You could add curtains--ceiling to floor--but I don't think they're necessary. The one thing I would do is change out the light fixture to a lower hanging chandelier. It will help bring the light down to the living space and make the upper half of the room more shadowed.
April 4, 2014 at 5:27pm   
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jankoke
Just wondering if up light is better than down light....thx
March 29, 2014 at 6:17am   
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It's really a personal preference. Both will provide adequate lighting. If you do not like the idea of looking straight up into a bare bulb, we may suggest mounting the fixture up.
March 31, 2014 at 5:38am   
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Here are some inspirational images with kitchen lighting pendants. All of these are available at http://www.progresslighting.com Hope this helps!
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do you have a photo?
March 26, 2014 at 2:12pm   
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Brandy Buston at Progress Lighting was a pleasure to work with on our Show House project which is open thru Labor Day! The firm was extremely generous in sup...
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We'd like to thank Phyllis and Design Concepts/Interiors, LLC for choosing Progress Lighting's armillary pendant to help illuminate the Show House project. We t...
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