Pacific coast lighting goes industrial, colorful.
LAS VEGAS Las Vegas (läs vā`gəs), city (1990 pop. 258,295), seat of Clark co., S Nev.; inc. 1911. It is the largest city in Nevada and the center of one of the fastest-growing urban areas in the United States. MARKET FOR Pacific Coast Lighting, which added several new items to this style, including the Industrial Large Gear table lamp, the show's best seller.
In addition, Pacific Coast Lighting expanded its colorful ceramic and glass portable lamp line as well as items made of natural materials. "We see less resin and more natural materials such as glass, grasses and ceramic," said Rick Spicer, vice president of sales and marketing, and its natural basket weave lamp introductions were well received at the show.
"Ceramic give us access to an unlimited assortment of colors, glass gives us richness and trans-lucency, while grasses provide excellent textures," Spicer said. "This is a refreshing change."
In Las Vegas, 12 ceramic and four glass table lamps were added, and they are all made in the U.S. "The glass lamps we introduced at the Las Vegas market consist of glass that is painted on the inside making it easier to match today's trendy colors in bedding," said Spicer. Colors included Pantone's color of the year--Honeysuckle -- as well as Regatta regatta: see rowing; sailing.
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