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Progress Lighting Adds Over 300 Products to Lineup

Greenville, S.C.-based Progress Lighting added 300+ new products in January reflecting fashion-forward, trend-oriented lighting designs that resonate with the end consumer, interior designers and home builder markets.

Natural themes and trending finishes provide organic and rustic touches and a bit of urban sophistication that bring a perfect touch of intended character to interiors in the decorative lighting category. Integrated LED decorative fixtures offer bold architectural forms that capture the imagination and inspire endless design opportunities.

SMART Wi-Fi technology leads the ceiling fan category, along with new designs that feature modern, industrial and coastal influences. Outdoor living fixtures debut in synthetic rattan and woven designs that infuse exterior spaces with extraordinary style.

In the functional lighting category, Progress has expanded its popular line of recessed LEDs and has introduced a new portfolio of color selectable LEDs that have integrated selectable correlated color temperature (‟CCT″). New linear undercabinet styles, photocell cylinders and cord mount cylinders are additional highlights of the functional lighting launch.

The Design Series continues its theme of lighting fixtures featuring artistic influence, stylish elements, and hand-crafted details that contribute to affordable luxury for the home. The well-received Point Dume Collection by Jeffrey Alan Marks for the Design Series begins its third year of collaboration with Progress Lighting, offering affordable luxury lighting that is ideal for many settings.

“From artfully designed lighting that combines the latest in integrated LED and on-trend design themes to the newest smart fan technology, the 2021 collection offers solutions for every buyer’s tastes and needs,” said Visage. "Our new releases support our successful strategy of encouraging individuals to mix and match their favorite fixtures within the same space, creating a curated, cohesive feel to the home while also reinforcing their unique design style."

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