Case in point: two recent projects finished with lighting selected by our partners Dominion Electric Supply and K. Hovnanian Homes. The first, Rockland Green, a development in Chantilly, VA was designed to offer a home with an urban vibe in a lovely suburban location; the second, Four Seasons at Kent Island in Chester, MD offers waterfront living in an area known as a boater’s paradise.
Rockland Green has a brick-and-shingle façade that would be at home in a city neighborhood, yet part of its appeal lies in its suburban setting, complete with a village green. Its open floor plan abounds with natural light, and the lighting fixture selections complement this airy feel.
Lighting designers at Dominion Electric chose School House pendants over the large kitchen island and the geometric Cahill chandelier for the adjoining dining room. The luxe look of the owner’s bedroom suite is punctuated with the space age styling of the Elevate chandelier, while the casual modern style of the third-floor office is the ideal setting for the Ratio pendant.
Four Seasons at Kent Island
The Four Seasons at Kent Island home offers waterfront living in the heart of the Chesapeake Bay region. With interiors that are contemporary in design, the open and breezy floor plans provide an inviting flow between kitchen, great room, and outdoor living spaces.
Four Era pendants top the oversized, 14 feet by 4 feet granite kitchen island while LED lighting over countertops gives low profile illumination for kitchen tasks.
The futuristic Astra chandelier highlights the great room with an asymmetrical design that is neatly offset by the rectangular shape of the pair of The Point pendants that sparkle over the dining table, adding a touch of glamour. The sleek wire basket design of the Hangar chandelier in the home office rounds out the modern appeal of the home.
We thank our partners, Dominion Electric Supply, with showroom locations in Virginia, Maryland and Washington DC; and K. Hovnanian Homes, one of the nation’s largest home developers, for sharing how they incorporate Progress Lighting in their projects.