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This summer, Domino partnered with New York’s hottest up-and-coming interior designers to transform four apartments at 15 William Street in the lower Manhattan Financial District. We had the pleasure of working with J + G Design, Dekar Design, and Antonino Buzetta on the first-ever shoppable showhouse.

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With a mantra of “uptown sensibility with downtown flair,” Jennifer Hunter and Georgie Hambright of J+G Design strive to balance glamour with relaxed elegance in every project they take on.  The talented duo selected an array of AERIN lighting to achieve everyday luxury in their family-friendly apartment.

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37A : DEKAR DESIGN

Native New Yorkers and Georgetown graduates, Dolores Suarez and Caroline Grant’s design process starts with embracing the architectural bones of a space. The ultra-modern apartments of 15 William inspired them to create warmth by layering textures and bold colors. A Bronze and Alabaster Large Terri Table Lamp by Thomas O’Brien accents a clever side table that doubles as storage space.

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37F : ANTONINO BUZZETTA

Antonino Buzzetta’s innovative use of color creates a tranquil and intimate setting marrying both natural and urban elements. Each room featured bold artwork and accents including our Burt Table Lamp by Alexa Hampton, which feels extremely contemporary in the White Marble finish despite it’s traditional silhouette.

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photos courtesy of brittany ambridge / domino

See all of the apartments from the Domino Shophouse in the Summer 2015 issue of Domino – on stands now! Open for viewings by appointment through September 15, 2015. Email shophouse@elliman.com to schedule a viewing.

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In home design today, no metal finish is shining brighter than brass. Unlike the cool simplicity of nickel or bronze, brass emanates a warm, earthy glow and feels simultaneously modern and traditional. A finish associated with inherent quality, brass only becomes more attractive over time.

Our craftsmen spent over 25 years developing techniques for rich burnishing, warm patina, and soft lustre – all while maintaining tones which are consistent. Find out more about what makes 3 of our most popular finishes so special and shop brass pieces now in stock & ready to ship!

hand-rubbed antique brass

Our Hand-Rubbed Antique Brass (HAB/AB) finish was first developed by Visual Comfort & Co.’s legendary chief designer, E.F. Chapman. After polishing the raw brass, it is hand-finished with a slight patina to achieve the rich, signature color.  The fixtures are then lightly oiled to set and protect the brass during shipment.

natural brass

Our Natural Brass (NB) finish is untreated, unlauqered brass left in its natural state to patina beautifully over time. Collections featuring this finish include Alexa Hampton and Ralph Lauren Home.

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soft brass

Soft Brass (SB) is a finish found exclusively in the Barbara Barry collection. These fixtures are first polished to a mirrored surface, then burnished by hand to resemble years of care.  The result is a tone that is consistent with our other brass finishes and a slightly more matte surface.

Shop these brass pieces and many more on the hot list – all in stock and ready to ship!

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Have you visited our showrooms recently? This past month we reset our window displays to showcase the latest and greatest from several of our brilliant designers. See what’s new and shop the looks online or in any of our showrooms!

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Named for its sunny, golden façade and French-style architecture, Château Soleil is one of the finest examples of European-inspired craftsmanship in all of Atlanta. The 14,000 square foot estate was the site of this year’s Atlanta Symphony Associates Decorators’ Showhouse and Gardens benefitting the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra. Several of the talented local designers worked with our team in Atlanta to find lighting to suit this exquisite showhouse!

foyer powder room: beth kooby

Schooled in french design, Atlanta-based Beth Kooby created a joyful powder bath in the grand foyer of the Château with crisp white moulding and shimmering floral wallpaper. Kooby selected a pair of Large Ring Wall Sconces in alabaster by E.F. Chapman to light the marble vanity.

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Overhead, a custom ceiling medallion adds romance to the minimalistic Small Goodman Hanging Lamp by Thomas O’Brien in hand-rubbed antique brass with white metal shade.

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main level living room: michel boyd

Michel Boyd, founder of Smith Boyd Interiors brought his signature sultry aesthetic to the main level living room with velvety upholstery and jewel-toned accents. A pair of modern Clemente Wall Lights by AERIN contrasts beautifully with the baroque fireplace mantel, and a brass Edwardian Boom-Arm Floor Lamp (discontinued – similar: Studio Pivoting Task Lamp by Thomas O’Brien) lights the luxurious seating area nearby.

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butler’s pantry: stuart pliner

Stuart Pliner knew when he discovered the gorgeous Mia 14″ Pendant by John Rosselli it would be the perfect compliment to his butler’s pantry. The exotic peacock wallpaper is continued on the walls of the dining room hallway.

kitchen powder room: ann wisniewski

Ann Wisniewski of AJW Designs Inc incorporates elegance with a touch of fun into her designs. For the powder room by the kitchen, she chose a pair of Ruhlmann Single Sconces in antique nickel by E.F. Chapman to accent the playful yet sophisticated cheetah wallpaper.
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master bedroom: robert brown   

Bob Brown, founder of award-winning Robert Brown Interior Design, took inspiration from one of his favorite Parisian hotels for the master bedroom of the Château. Oversized art and a glamorous Gramercy Medium Chandelier by E.F. Chapman brighten the entryway to the massive suite.

Classic architecture meets contemporary art in the master bedroom sitting area, which features a Studio Swing Arm Floor Lamp in hand-rubbed antique brass.
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“hers” master bath: rollins ingram

Danielle Rollins of the newly-launched Rollins Ingram interior design and architecture firm designed the “hers” master bath and closet, layering three elegant blue and white patterns throughout. The trinket-covered vanity desk features black and white photographs and is lit by a pair of timeless Abbot Single-Arm Sconces in polished nickel by Alexa Hampton.
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Rollins selected the crystal-beaded Oslo Chandelier in burnished silver leaf by E.F. Chapman for the dramatic arched ceiling above the bath tub area.

guest bedroom: melanie turner

Melanie Turner brought a fresh look to the blue and white chinoiserie wallpaper in her guest bedroom, layering it with bold, solid greens and citron. What better light fixture to use in Château Soleil than the Soleil Pendant by Suzanne Kasler?
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guest bath: patricia mclean

Atlanta treasure Patricia McLean selected a pair of polished nickel Two-Light Classic Round Back Wall Sconces by E.F. Chapman with crisp white shades in the bathroom attached to her cheerful guest bedroom.

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terrace landing: cathy rhodes   

When designing the lower stairs and terrace landing, Cathy Rhodes wanted to create a warm and interesting place that welcomed guests as they come down to the basement. She added scalloped shades to a pair of Anita Table Lamps in tea stain porcelain with brass accents by Alexa Hampton.

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Helen

After working in the fashion industry in NYC for several years, Helen Davis returned to her Atlanta, GA roots to start Helen Davis Interior Design (formerly H&H Home). The crossover is evident in her work – each of her projects tells a story like a well-edited and accessorized outfit. We are thrilled to shine our client spotlight on Helen this month and share her many and beautiful applications of our lighting!

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Helen’s loft in Buckhead demonstrates her playful use of color and clever use of space. A pair of mercury glass Bull Nose Cylinder Table Lamps light either side of the bed and a porcelain Yue Double Gourd Table Lamp ties in the cobalt accents throughout the apartment.

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Beauty is symmetry! Helen chose a pair of Gaios Table Lamps in Pharaoh White and (don’t forget to look up!) an Audrey Flush Mount in Natural Brass for the entry of Ellwood Drive. AH4000NB-FGaudrey flush mount

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Helen used a mélange of purple hues in the dining room on the velvet chairs, grasscloth wallpaper and centerpeice. Above the table hangs a timelessly elegant George II Chandelier in crystal.

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The neutral palette of this cozy bedroom features a hint of glam courtesy of the Trillion Flush Mount. Vintage-inspired trunks beside the bed are topped with quartz and gilded Crescent Table Lamps.

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The crisp white walls of this living room are embellished with gilded accessories, including our romantic Gramercy Medium Chandelier. Among an assortment of azure accents are a Kelly Wearstler sofa and pair of Culloden Table Lamps in Pebbled Aquamarine.

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farm residence

Helen brought her signature style to this rural home, perfectly blending rustic and contemporary elements. The result is a sophisticated yet liveable farm house! In the master suite, Pillow Form Table Lamps light the woven nightstands.

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The bath features Eric Cohler’s “Woods” wallpaper and nickel Boston Square Triple Sconces over the vanities.

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Follow Helen Davis Interior Design and circa lighting on instagram for more inspiration!

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This Spring, Junior League of High Point brought a designer showhouse to High Point. They challenged 22 designers to create spaces within the historic Randall B. Terry Estate that reflect High Point, North Carolina as the heart of the world’s home furnishings industry. This talented group transformed the circa-1912 Tudor Revival into a modern, livable home. Get inspired and shop the lighting used throughout this unique showhouse!

foyer: traci zeller

Traci’s lavender and navy palette was inspired by the Jane Booth artwork featured in her charming entry to the estate.  The cool hues are accented by our Vivian Chandelier, hand-rubbed antique brass Boston Functional Library Wall Light and a Greek key motif mirror in a similar finish.

kitchen: lisa mende

Lisa Mende looked to the Art Deco period when designing the kitchen, mudroom and breakfast room. Rich brass hardware and our Pimlico Double Swing Arm Wall Lamps pop against bold, geometric patterns covering the ceiling and window treatments.

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Lisa continued her graphic black and white patterns in the breakfast room, also incorporating bright cobalt and chartreuse textiles and accessories. To achieve a more deco-lavish look, Lisa fashioned our Kate Table Lamps with black silk shades.

mudroom: lisa mende

Custom black-and-white-spotted wallpaper covers the walls of the mudroom just off the kitchen leading to the back entrance of the house. Black paint and brass hardware echo Lisa’s design vision for the kitchen and breakfast room. She chose a single hand-rubbed antique brass and bronze Hicks Pendant to light the space.

bar: christine barbour

Christine’s goal for the tiny bar adjacent to the family room was to remind people how easy it is to add a little glamour to their own lives. She achieved the luxurious look with marble basket weave floors, elegant quartz-topped counters and gold accents throughout, including our gilded Hampton Pendant and McClain Picture Light.

family room: alan ferguson & john paulin

Alan Ferguson’s family room celebrates the style of Thayer Coggin, the midcentury modern trendsetter who gave Alan his first job in the design industry. He and partner John Paulin mixed contemporary and vintage pieces to create a comfortable yet sophisticated living area. The unique shape of our Markos Hanging Shade adds a feminine touch.

powder room: margaret fisher

Margaret Fisher describes her style as “Southern design with a contemporary twist.” She used vibrant Christian Lacroix for Designers Guild wallpaper, magenta accents and our white-beaded Jacqueline Chandelier to make a big impact with the jewel box-sized room. Our delicate Dauphine Sconces light the bamboo-framed mirror.

upper hall: jennifer hutton & mickey sharpe

Jennifer and Mickey selected an earthy color palette for their upper hallway, which features a bookshelf complete with library ladder. The handsome Flemish Linear Pendant lights the collection of original art and pottery displayed within.

artist’s retreat: leslie moore

Leslie Moore envisioned this room as a creative sanctuary for the artist of the home – a place to get away, paint, read and relax. She layers the various furniture textures against the golden grass cloth-covered walls. A pair of our oversized Tamaso Table Lamps flank the small bar area.

daughter’s bedroom: cathy austin

Cathy Austin is best known for her colorful style and playful approach to design. The character she invented for the girl’s bedroom is an artistic young woman with undeniably Southern roots. A gilded Mill Ceiling Light hangs above the bed, which features monogrammed pillow shams and a Moroccan-inspired headboard. A pair of Bristol Table Lamps light the artful accessories atop her desk.

dressing room: kara cox

Kara Cox designed this dressing area for a chic, bohemian woman who uses the room not only as a glamorous stage for dressing but also as a gallery for her collected objects and art curated during her travels. Among her personal treasures is our Burt Table Lamp in black marble.

master bedroom: libby langdon

Libby Langdon made the black walls of her master bedroom look warm by layering shades of cream and luxurious fabrics. The large room begged for a sitting area where Libby incorporated alabaster Chubby Column Table Lamps and a parchment-colored leather Tall Dixon Table Lamp.  She mixes metals with ease throughout the room, placing a polished-nickel Montgomery Table Lamp on a gilded accent table.

carriage house lounge: aida saul

Aida Saul dramatically transformed the once dark, rustic rec room of the carriage house into an edgy, urban style sitting room with exposed brick walls and beamed ceilings. Clean-lined furniture contrasts with bold, patterned rugs and eclectic accessories, all sure to be conversation-starters. To continue the urbane look with lighting, Aida chose a pair of Industrial-chic Studio Floor Lamps.

upstairs art haven: holly hollingsworth phillips

Layers of color, textiles and art reflect wanderlust and bohemian glamour in Holly Hollingsworth Phillips’ carriage house space. A hand-rubbed antique brass Soleil Pendant shines above the sitting area and saturated colors fill the white walls.

 nature-inspire loft: laura covington

Last but not least, Laura Covington selected a pair of French Library Single Wall Lamps to light the daybed in this cozy room on the second floor of the carriage house.

It was an absolute pleasure to work with this extraordinary group of designers and support the Junior League’s mission to promote volunteerism, develop the potential of women, and improve their community!

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Whether your walls are filled with fine art or family photos, the addition of picture lights will bring attention to your most treasured pieces. Create your very own gallery with our wide selection of picture lights, all as elegant and stylish as the artwork they illuminate.

The right picture light will draw attention to the highlighted piece without obstructing the view of the art. To determine which size is appropriate for your picture light, start by measuring the width of the frame you plan to light.

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For a more dramatic look (and more light), choose a light slightly wider than half the width of the frame.

Fear not; our wide variety of styles and sizes makes it simple to find the perfect picture light for every frame in your home!

 

more places for picture lights: bookcases

Picture lights are timeless fixtures that can look fresh when installed in creative ways! Illuminate your bookshelf to showcase your library and browse your titles with ease.

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more places for picture lights: vanities

Light your reflection like the piece of art that it is! Picture lights can add a refined touch to both feminine and masculine spaces, which makes them a very attractive and unexpected choice for bathroom vanities.

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cabinet maker’s 18″ picture light

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dorchester 30″ picture light

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dean 24″ picture light

more places for picture lights: closets

Great closet lighting leads to great dressing. Install picture lights to display your entire wardrobe, or create your very own gallery of shoes!

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more places for picture lights: kitchen & bar

So refreshing! Picture lights make great accents to cabinetry and kitchen hardware.

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dean 24″ picture light

 Shop our entire selection of picture lights online or in any of our showrooms.

 

 

 

Team Circa came away from yet another extraordinary market with endless inspiration and insight on the latest and greatest design trends for 2015. The Visual Comfort showroom is our High Point home-base and always a center of buzz surrounding new introductions, collaborations and line expansions. Here’s a sneak preview of some of the stunning pieces you can expect to find online and in our showrooms in the coming months!

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ALEXA HAMPTON

E.F. CHAPMAN

KELLY WEARSTLER

NIERMANN WEEKS

RALPH LAUREN HOME

STUDIO: BARRY GORALNICK

STUDIO: IAN FOWLER

STUDIO: RANDY POWERS

SUZANNE KASLER

We can’t wait for these styles to become available!

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As a new addition to the DC design community, we couldn’t wait to get involved with the eighth annual DC Design House. Several of the participating designers showcased their talents with pieces from our lighting collection to transform the “modern farmhouse” adjacent to the McLean, VA countryside. We are thrilled to share this first look at the stunning finished spaces!

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Pamela Harvey of Pamela Harvey Interiors designed the breathtaking entry of the home with welcoming accents in shades of lavender and pale pink. b736fb039a974eaca98d7e950d57d8f2

The entry featured a pair of Markos Hanging Shades in Hand-Rubbed Antique Brass.

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Iantha Carley mixed chinoiserie-chic elements with practical and comfortable furnishings for the family room.

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Iantha selected a pair of glass Brooks Table Lamps in Gilded Iron for the console behind one of the loveseats.

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Another corner of the family room features the Frankfort Floor Lamp in Hand-Rubbed Antique Brass with Mahogany Accents.

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Annette Hannon’s color scheme for the living room was inspired by the stones on the exterior of the home.

A Clemente Table Lamp in Hand-Rubbed Antique Brass with a black shade tops an accent table in the living room.

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The Carlo Table Lamp in Bronze and Hand-Rubbed Antique Brass lights artwork created by local photographer Dagmara Weinberg.

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David Benton of Rill Architects designed the downstairs hallway to function as a sitting area, home office, and overall “happy place.” He brought light to the windowless hallway with a painting by artist Dennis Kirk, called “Old Dominion Sky,” accented by a McClain Picture Light in Hand-Rubbed Antique Brass. A Roark Modular Ring Chandelier hangs from the paneled ceiling.

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A built-in desk in the rear hall features a Paix Table Lamp in Hand-Rubbed Antique Brass.

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The Art Aficionado Lounge, designed by Terri Pakravan of Decor Dose, LLC features a cozy reading corner complete with leather chair, beverage tray and a Charlton Floor Lamp in White.

The Estelle Display Lamp is a great way to highlight a small piece of art or a particularly fabulous book as Terri did here.

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Christopher Patrick’s master suite decor was inspired by a drawing of a necklace he saw at the recent Cartier exhibit at the Hillwood Museum. Simple Scallop Wall Sconces light the mirrors in the bath. The honeycomb pendant is custom by Niermann Weeks. If you love the Niermann Weeks look (and who doesn’t?) coming this summer you can shop their collection for Visual Comfort & Co. on our website and in all Circa Lighting showrooms!

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Christopher lit this desk by Thomas O’Brien for Hickory Chair with a crystal Tiny Terri Lamp and Iveala Single Sconce in Alabaster and Hand-Rubbed Antique Brass.

DC Design House
956 Mackall Farms Lane
McLean, VA 22101

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abrams

Born in New York and raised in the South, Michael Abrams’ signature style perfectly melds his urban aesthetic with a distinct sense of tradition. His firm is based in Chicago, though his architectural vision and exquisite taste are sought after by clients from coast to coast. Michael and his dedicated team are always a true pleasure to work with, and we are delighted to feature him for this month’s Client Spotlight!

aldine avenue project; kitchen

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hinsdale home; foyer

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north seminary project; entry

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hinsdale home; kitchen, living, dining areas

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hinsdale home; guest bedroom

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north lakeview home; office

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astor street project; study

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lake cottage; living room

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Small Arch Top Lantern

rancho mirage, ca home; powder bath

Openwork Single Wall Sconce

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TT Double Wall Light

 

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