Did you know that Kay Lighting has been around since 1947? (Hint: it’s in our logo) We’re one of the oldest family-owned companies in the biz. Even older? Quoizel has been designing incredible lights since 1930. That means Quoizel has been around as long as Betty Boop!
One of the premier brands in lighting, Quoizel is known for its timeless designs. Their tagline is “Artisans in Lighting,” and it shows in their creative concepts that blend form with function. Beginning in New York in the 1930s, Quoizel started off as a small family owned company. They’ve grown over the past century, and are now one of the largest lighting designers in the country!
Look for Quoizel products if you enjoy mixing metals with wood, or you could describe your aesthetic as classic or farmhouse chic.
At Kay Lighting, we offer you hundreds of beautiful Quoizel designs to fit any need. A few of our favorites are below!
This “stately” ceiling light (pun very much intended) is a sleek weathered brass chandelier sure to add elegance to any room. Not easily ignored, this instant classic will add an air of modern luxury wherever it graces.
A timeless staple, this Tiffany style lamp will brighten up your life (and home!) with a classic yet modern look. Perfect for living rooms, foyers, or bedrooms, these lamps are hand assembled using the Louis Comfort Tiffany copper foil technique.
Find yourself captivated as you gaze at the Quoizel Trance chandelier. Its bold, abstract lines and bubbly glass globes are a harmonious combination of grace and style with an industrial edge. An added bonus – the arms can even be adjusted to allow a custom lighting look!
Chrome and black captivate in this well edited collection called the Piermont. Industrial style and contemporary finishes set the trend in bath vanity lighting. Details including three-armed brackets and decorative bolts provide visual interest, while seedy glass globes soften its mechanical feel.
The Cycle is a successful experiment in movement and tone. The painted gold finish peeks out from behind the rich Western bronze frame and adds dimension to this already dynamic design. The juxtaposition of tones continues in the candle chasers and sleeves. Simple candleabra bulbs and a discreet center column keeps the attention on the collection's dramatic duality.