Kalco Lighting introduces six new collections
Kalco Lighting launched six new lighting collections, including variations of wall sconces, pendants, chandeliers and flush mounts in a range of silhouettes and finishes such as new brass, matte black, polished nickel and oxidized silver leaf.
“Our new lighting collections are exciting additions to Kalco’s extensive catalog and are a display of our design teams dedication to creating high-end, innovative yet timeless designs, said Wayne Falk, vice president. “While it may look a bit different this year, we are thrilled to introduce these new collections and look forward to helping our customers and partner showrooms meet all of their lighting needs.”
The new lighting collections:
From left to right, Kalco Lighting’s Marcel and Cupola.
Bruno A classic mid-century modern silhouette with rotating matte black shades complemented by a polished chrome finish. Available as a 4-light 6-or 8-light chandelier, a 6-light linear pendant or a 2-light wall lamp.
Cupola Matte black and bubble glass combine in the Cupola Collection are is available as a 2-light sconce, a 4-light semi flush, 5-light foyer and 6-light chandelier.
Marcel combines matte black with new brass and is available in a 1-light wall sconce option.
Kalco Lighting’s Bruno
Sophia features a scalloped silhouette available in new brass or polished nickel and paired with linen shades.
Tacoma has a bright polished nickel finish with frosted glass spheres. Available in wall sconce and island light options.
Victoria The LED bath collection showcases glass shades paired with polished nickel finish. Available in 1-, 2-,3- and 5-light options.
Kalco Lighting’s Sophia
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