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Feb. 12, 2018
1. The 72-inch Vast ceiling fan from Progress Lighting is ideal for use in large spaces and outdoor covered areas. A white opal shade complements a brushed nickel, antique bronze, or white finish with chrome accents. Featuring an energy-efficient DC motor with an 18W light source at 1,400 lumens, Vast is dimmable and offers a 3000K color temperature.
2. Enrich a contemporary design with the organic look of Emerson Wood from Daltile. The graining features a subtle wirebrush effect to achieve an authentic cerused wood texture and visual. Combine all three plank sizes and add the 3D cube mosaic to elevate a space with visual interest and style.
3. There is something alluring about the way time can distress a material to reveal its beauty beneath the surface. Burch’s latest fabrics, Amplify and Quantum, interpret this notion in two unique ways: Quantum takes a bold and graphic approach while Amplify leans on texture to tell the story. Both are backed by the powerful performance story of Sunbrella Contract, which can be used for indoor and outdoor applications.
4. Designtex offers Acoustic Sheers in three patterns: Baleen (six colors), Glace (five colors), and Lumin (nine colors). All are designed for translucence and engineered for sound dampening. Pairing light transmission and acoustic absorption enable window treatments and enclave walls to contain noise without blocking light. Ranging from 0.60-0.70 NRC, each drapery addresses speech privacy.
5. Troscan founder Deirdre Jordan designed the Telluride Dining Table with a striking round top that can be finished in a variety of wood grains, including walnut, oak, and ash. Contrasting legs in antique bronze or blackened steel are sure to catch the eye. Dimensions are 30-inches high with diameters of 48, 54, or 60 inches.
6. Armstrong Ceiling Solutions introduces InvisAcoustics Basics, ceiling panels that are designed specifically for exposed structure spaces. The panels have an NRC of 0.75 and can be cut to fit into any interior. They attach to the deck of an exposed structure space, providing acoustical absorption while virtually disappearing in the ceiling.
7. Wolf-Gordon has introduced two RAMPART wall patterns as part of its Heavy Duty Beauty Campaign, emphasizing high-performance products for commercial interiors. The impact-resistant wall solutions capture the essence of natural wood grain and cast concrete to evoke a material-focused appearance. These extremely durable patterns offer a visually appealing and flexible alternative to traditional rigid wall panels.

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