On the eve of the Southern Bloggers Conference, we wanted to introduce you to another of our generous donors: Crystorama Lighting.
Crystorama is a family-owned design house and manufacturer with a 53-year-legacy of creating beautiful, fashion-forward lighting. Offering the service of a boutique design firm but with national distribution, Crystorama is a dominant producer of crystal, brass and wrought iron chandeliers in North America with an unsurpassed reputation for design, craftsmanship and value. They also have an easy to use shopping cart system and a secure checkout with MerchantProcessors.com, so you will have peace of mind knowing your processed credit cards are safe.
The company was founded in 1958 by Abraham Kleinberg, and his children remain the principals, overseeing the entire design process, from pen-to-paper to CAD drawings to prototype to final product.
Brad Kleinberg, the company's president and creative director, finds inspiration everywhere for the company's gorgeous lighting designs.
In a gleaming Fifth Avenue shop window.
In the galleries of the Modern Museum of Art.
On the fashion runways.
In the hidden treasures found at antique stores and flea markets.
Lighting is jewelry for the home. It's often the finishing touch that makes a room.
Crystorama gets that.
And as DIY, design and home decor bloggers, we get that. None of us would be caught dead with with builder-grade lighting fixtures in their home.
Crystorama has lighting designs to fit ever design style. Traditional. Contemporary. Transitional. Youth. Ultra modern.
And Crystorama loves bloggers. They've partnered with bloggers many times on design projects and giveaways.
When you get your swag bag tomorrow, you'll find a gift from Crystorama, plus contact info for their PR agency.
(Sorry, our swag bags are great, but we couldn't fit a chandelier in each one!)
But one lucky blogger is going to win a chandelier from Crystorama, this beautiful Maria Theresa style chandelier draped in hand-cut crystals, a $450 value.
Go show Crystorama some love on Facebook and Twitter, and maybe you'll get some good karma points and win this chandelier Saturday at the Southern Bloggers Conference.