Vote Progress Lighting for the Market Choice Awards

The 2019 Market Choice Awards are now open for voting. These awards showcase the best of new product introductions debuting during the summer edition of Lightovation, June 19-22. Your vote counts! You have the chance to vote for your favorite Progress Lighting products before Lightovation begins, as long as you are a member of the lighting industry...

The 2019 Market Choice Awards are now open for voting. These awards showcase the best of new product introductions debuting during the summer edition of Lightovation, June 19-22.

Your vote counts! You have the chance to vote for your favorite Progress Lighting products before Lightovation begins, as long as you are a member of the lighting industry or interior design community. You can vote even if you’re not attending Lightovation.

That’s right- you can vote online here, right now.

Fill out your personal information, then click on a category tab to view entries in that category. Scroll down to the Progress product, then click on the product image to select it; you may cast one vote in each category.

Progress Lighting has submitted the following new product introductions for the Market Choice Awards:

Bath category: Adley has a fundamentally modern design with a traditional twist, combining a clear glass shade with a curved rectangular back plate.

Ceiling Fans category: Gulliver crosses the design boundaries of many interior styles with an open cage design enclosing its fan blades, proving that ceiling fans can be statement-making as well as functional.

Pendants & Chandeliers category: We love Foster for its clean ironwork design of bent metal arms enclosing exposed bulbs held by ornamental socket covers, for a vintage take on industrial styling.

Outdoor category: Greene Ridge epitomizes a Craftsman look, with a strong boxy shape and the lack of curves that pays tribute to the utilitarian Arts and Crafts design style.

Winning products in each category will be announced at Lightovation on Thursday, June 22, 2019.

Source: progressdesignguide.com