Surya to spotlight more than 200 new lighting options
January 3, 2017,
CARTERSVILLE, Ga. — Surya, an indoor and outdoor furnishings manufacturer, will showcase an expanded lighting collection this winter market season including more than 200 new table, floor and task lamps in a wide spectrum of styles and price points.
The newest additions to the line bring the total number of lighting options offered by Surya to more than 550, giving buyers and designers access to an expansive range of distinctive looks for their customers.
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Styles range from natural curiosities and coastal motifs to industrial and rough/refined looks to classic and glam designs. Market attendees will be able to explore Surya's growing lighting line in dedicated galleries within the brand's Atlanta, Dallas and Las Vegas showrooms.
"We understand that the right lighting has the power to transform a space, and our customers understand that also," said John Haste, senior vice president of business development, Surya.
"This latest expansion will enable retailers and designers to offer their customers beautiful, trend-forward lighting options for a multitude of spaces, and we're excited to share the new designs with market attendees."
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The new lamps, along with Surya's entire lighting line, can be viewed via the brand's winter 2017 lighting e-catalog. To simplify product selection, the e-catalog
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Market attendees are invited to stop by Surya's showrooms this winter to see the new introductions. All products displayed will be ready to ship within the winter market season.
Surya's showroom locations:
• Atlanta – AmericasMart 11-A-1 | 8 a.m. - 8 p.m. daily
• Dallas – WTC 560 | 8 a.m. - 8 p.m. daily
• Las Vegas – WMC C400 | 8 a.m. - 8 p.m. daily
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