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Simple ways to enhance your home with outdoor lighting

This post is courtesy of our guest blogger Linda Longo. Linda is a feature writer in the New York City area specializing in residential lighting design. For 17 years, she has served as the editor-in-chief of Home Lighting & Accessories magazine. Follow her on Facebook and Twitter for more lighting tidbits. ——————————————————————————- Believe it or […]

lighting industry,  Progress Lighting

Update: The phase out of the traditional light bulb

We recently wrote about the legislation behind the phase out of traditional incandescent bulbs. Since then, we’ve seen a variety of articles that not only outline the new regulations, but also describe how people are responding. To start, some are under the assumption that the incandescent bulb is being outlawed by the federal government. But […]

Lifestyle palettes,  Progress Lighting

Which Lifestyle palette is for you?

You may remember we introduced our Lifestyle palettes for 2011, and you might have seen these Progress Lighting families in our new catalog. But do you know which Lifestyle is right for you? We designed our Lifestyle palettes to help connect your lighting fixtures to the environment you have created in your home. You may […]

lighting industry,  Progress Lighting

The phase out of the traditional light bulb

The light bulb is iconic in our society as an illustration of ideas and innovation. At a young age American children learn about Thomas Edison and his invention of light with the creation of the incandescent bulb. It has remained much unchanged since its design was completed in 1879. Fast forward to the past few […]

lighting designs,  Progress Lighting

Photos from the Worst Kitchen in America

Earlier this month, we had the chance to participate in DIY Network’s Worst Kitchen in America project. If you didn’t get a chance to see the big reveal on January 18, we have photos of the finished product! Don’t the mini-pendants look great in the new kitchen?

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Dallas Market Center

The Progress Lighting team recently returned from a fantastic week in Dallas where we have a permanent showroom at the Dallas Market Center. Here we were able to introduce our new 2011 lighting collections, as well as our new lifestyle classifications.  A lot of people gravitated towards one of our new families, Calven, which even […]

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And the winner of our Dallas Market iPad Giveaway is…

…Wendy Mastin of Springwater, New York! Wendy works at a local middle school where she’s been a secretary for 23 years. She’s the mother of a physical therapist in Philadelphia and a graphic designer in Chicago. Wendy came across our giveaway online and recognized Progress Lighting from shopping for lighting at The Home Depot. She […]

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Who has the Worst Kitchen in America?

DIY Network recently hosted the “Worst Kitchen in America” contest – a chance for one deserving cook to win a complete kitchen makeover. And tonight at 9 p.m. EST, the winning transformation will be revealed! We were excited to have the chance to donate Progress Lighting fixtures for the project, and we hope you’ll join […]

lighting industry,  Progress Lighting,  special events,  Uncategorized

International Builders' Show recap

Progress Lighting exhibited and attended the NAHB International Builders’ Show last week and – wow! – it was such a great experience. The annual construction industry show not only gives us a chance to showcase our new products (It’s so wonderful to see the fixtures up close and personal. You can really see the different […]

lighting designs,  Progress Lighting

Lighting your "man cave" (or any other home entertainment space!)

With the biggest football game of the year just weeks away, we’re sure plenty of Americans are thinking about how to create the perfect viewing center in their home. Whether you have a designated “man cave” for watching sports and movies, a home theatre or just a cozy living room, there are a lot of […]