A large American brand formed in New York in the 1930s Quoizel operated from a huge facility in South Carolina and develops one of the largest lighting ranges in the world. It is a private, family company and has a long history of illuminating living spaces.
Quoizel Lighting Company Information:
Quoizel Lighting is a huge American company which has taken the UK by storm. Working from a 500,000 square feet warehousing and office complex in Charleston, South Carolina, the company has enjoyed a long and rich history. From its inception in 1930’s New York into the present form under the auspices of current president Rick Seidman it has expanded rapidly.
The operation is still privately owned and operated and the Quoizel brand name and copyright are still owned by the company itself as you can see here on the UK patent office website which shows the address as 6 Corporate Parkway, Goose Creek, 29445, United States of America.
The ethos of the operation is to employ artisans in the development of the lighting products themselves which includes experts in natural materials such as glass and metalwork. Their design of decorative lighting for the home has now gone outdoors! More and more people are using the outside as part of their living space and Quoizel Lighting have developed a special collection of outdoor lighting solutions which will thrill and inspire.
The company will continue to develop their ranges of lights, lamps and wall lights so keep an eye out on this page as we aim to bring you their collections at the lowest online prices.
The following lighting families are core to the selection of interior lighting offered by the Brand.
Dream of coastal boardwalks and whitewashed beach huts as you browse Admiral collection – all clean lines and smooth finishes arranged in heritage harbour style. A Victorian Edison bulb graces each design – highlighting the clear ribbed glass shade. Two finishes available – Antique Nickel and Imperial Bronze.
The Brown Lattice collection is distinctively different - defined by warm natural tones and a characterful criss-cross design. The shade itself is crafted from metal with an inviting Copper Canyon finish, studded with faux brass accents for interest and intrigue. Tan fabric shades contrast beautifully. We think this style is perfect for creating a cosy feel in a range of home spaces – including living areas and hallways.
The bold simplicity of Cody is its greatest strength – a stunning representation of heritage industrial design combined with a modern edge. Minimalistic modern silhouettes feature clear ribbed glass for a touch of nostalgia. Cody comes in pendant and mini-pendant version – both convertible to a semi-flush fitting.
The Confetti manages to be playful, pretty and prolific all at once – featuring carefully arranged metal chips covering a soft off-white linen shade. Finished in Old Silver, each piece is guaranteed to add sparkle to an extensive range of spaces – from bedrooms and living rooms to conservatories and dining rooms.
The Eastvale encapsulates vintage industrial style and gives it a modern makeover. The result is a utilitarian appearance – filled with character thanks to classical accents and a rich Palladian Bronze finish.
Achieve an air of nostalgia with the Emery collection. Heritage-style shades in Imperial Silver, Weathered Brass and Palladian Bronze provide that traditional bistro feel. This versatile range includes a fantastic 3 light island for kitchens, diners and bars, as well as two ceiling pendants for use throughout the home.
In a display of understated contemporary style, the Griffin collection achieves complete versatility, with a design ideal for almost any living space. An etched shade in painted white diffuses light evenly, imparting a soothing glow. Softly curved arms available in three finishes – Polished Chrome, Antique Nickel, Palladian Bronze, cradle the shade. The subtle softness of these designs makes them a wonderful addition to kitchens, dining spaces, conservatories and entranceways.
Stunning geometrical designs arranged in Louis Comfort Tiffany style with intense colour and artistic flair characterise the Inglenook Collection by Quoizel. Arts and Crafts-style pyramid shades feature literally hundreds of hand-soldered slithers of marbled art glass in amber, gold, sapphire and emerald.
Laguna flaunts 1930’s flair with a hint of decorative modern style. Its floating cylindrical form with central tiled stripe makes items from the collection interesting and unique additions to your home – perfect for anyone who wants to turn heads. A copper shimmer effect on the tiles themselves ensures each lamp and pendant glistens and glints as it catches the light.
The Laila Collection is styled around an unusual birdcage design finished in Rustic Antique Bronze. Candle-style sconces perch atop an elegant frame, lending this charming chandelier a touch of classical chic. We think the designs are just perfect for shabby-chic homes and decorative traditional design schemes – with four chandelier varieties and matching wall lights available.
A stunning display of neo-gothic drama - Quoizel’s Kyle Collection encapsulates contemporary style with a Greco-Roman edge. Artistic flair and fashion combine – wrought iron bands create striking shapes and silhouettes, whilst shades crafted from coveted semi-precious mottled stone Onyx impart a romantic golden glow.
Wall lights, chandeliers and a table light are all available from the Kyle collection, each finished in Imperial Bronze.
Quoizel’s New Harbor collection employs open, airy caged designs with a geometric sharpness to impart a contemporary, minimalistic feel free from distracting embellishment. The included vintage industrial bulbs and a Western Bronze finish imparts vintage panache.
Finished in Western Bronze or Imperial Silver, their collaboration with the great Columbian designer Sergio Orozco celebrates Thomas Edison’s original creative concept with this industrial-inspired collection. Theatre Row celebrates exposed vintage bulbs with candour for a fabulously retro feel.
Quoizel’s charming Trilogy collection channels heritage design and industrial charm, with artistic candour and flair. Chic clear seedy glass marries perfectly with old-world brackets and shapes for an elegant and refined look. Picture these lights making a subtle statement in your hall space, kitchen or living areas. Each finished in rustic Old Bronze.