Friday, May 29

Nest by Tamara's Top Ten Lights From Littman Brands Spotted at ICFF in New York City

Littman Brands lighting is a sponsor of Nest by Tamara
Littman Brands Showcased
Our Favorite Lights at ICFF
ICFF offered the market state of the art design this year and from pillows to lighting this show brings out the best in the industry.  The big name brands were there in force, as well as up and coming artists showing the latest innovative products. We left inspired and armed with new sources and ideas.  Littman Brands continues to be one of our favorite lighting sources, and they showed a large collection of lighting options at ICFF offering the three lighting products in their family of lighting --  Troy, Corbett and Hudson Valley.   With three distinct personalities this lighting company has the market cornered offering lights for everyone's taste as well as myriad finishes, styles and always with superb quality.  

Choosing lighting is one of the most important decisions when decorating a space.  You may remember Littman has been generous to us over the years and donated chandeliers and sconces to our our room designs for the annual NYC design-industry charity event, 
Housingwork's Design On A Dime.  Each time I open a box of Littman Brand lights, I am impressed with the ease of assembly and fine quality of the product.  
1. Troy's Uni Chandelier
Troy lighting donated this spiky Troy Uni chandelier with Edison light bulbs to our room at Design On A Dime this year.  We were immediately smitten with this design, a stylish sea-inspired orb created in a gorgeous matte burnished finish called Tidal Pool Bronze.  We combined the Uni in the space with a pair of more traditional yet stylish sconces from Hudson Valley lighting, and the winning combination helped set the tone for the room's eclectic, modern design. 
2. Hudson Valley's Glendale chandelier
this 9-light pendant brings a Sputnik design but with a twist and shows this iconic Mid-Century aesthetic in a new modern light
3.  Troy's Fly Boy 
is my favorite sconce and offered from their new aviation collection.  Originally inspired by vintage airplane wings, this light has an unusual design and shape.
4. Hudson Valley's Sperry
sconces are edgy, and I love the narrow width to fit well in small spaces.  The cover sleeve offers something unique in the design with an LED light.

5.  Hudson Valley's Colebrook
  is a stylish, industrial-inspired wire fixture that would look equally as good in a loft design or a traditional kitchen space.

 6. Hudson Valley's The Washington 4020
this five light chandelier is artisan-made in feel with the almost all glass, sculptural design offered with an Edison bulb lights and with an Aged Brass and Polished Nickel finish.  

7. Troy's RLM Aero
Aero is from the RLM collection, which are made in California.  RLM offers custom lighting options wrapped in a glossy, vibrant package.  The lights are industrial and fresh with an added bonus to custom create the lights in an  array of colors and configurations.  

8. Corbett's Lily 
is a porcelain sconce and/or chandelier/flush mount option channeling a beautiful bouquet.  This romantic design when lit creates a warm glow through the porcelain petals and is made with a hand-crafted iron finish and silver leaf. 
9.  Troy's Dinner Date 
chandelier is inspired by a love tabletop bringing ceramic plates, wrought iron and topography and imagery together in one light fixture. It is available in both a Dark Bronze or Antique Brass finish. 
10. Corbett's Element
is right on trend with the current 
modern, organic light fixtures on the market
Happy Nesting
XO Tamara