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We are honored and humbled to win this award once again this year for Readers and Editors Choice!
Congratulations to Bar Mezzana on your Prism award for Best Commercial Space and to lucia lighting & design’s Patty Svirsky for most Valuable Player!
Thank you to everyone who voted for us! We are so humbled to receive this award again this year. We love our showroom and are so happy you do too!
Our own Ryan Reid won a lighting award for the best specialty space from the 2016 IFDA Designer Showcase!! The party was at Landry & Arcari in Framingham. The specialty space was for the lighting at Bar Mezzana in Boston.…
From industrial-style metal pendants for the kitchen to colorful blown-glass fixtures and oversized drum shades, coupled with expert lighting and design advice.
We have been nominated for the Best of Northshore 2015! Click the here to give lucia lighting & design your vote.
Marblehead artist, Tracy Finn, would like to share some of her artwork with art lovers! “It’s been a long, dark winter, and I just want to make people happy!” says Tracy. In that spirit, Lucia Lighting & Design, in…
Lucia Lighting & Design shines as Northshore Magazine’s Best of North Shore (BONS). Editors praise the lighting showroom saying, “Shopping for light fixtures becomes an incredibly stunning and unique experience once you pass through the entryway of the former funeral…
We are excited to announce that we were just awarded Best of Northshore 2012 in the Lighting category by Northshore Magazine! We also got the Readers Choice Award! Thank you to all who have shopped with us and voted! And…
Award Recognizes Lucia Lighting & Design’s Exceptional Community Involvement Dallas Market Center and Residential Lighting magazine yesterday announced the winners of the third annual Showroom of the Year Awards. The event, hosted in Loft 4 at the Trade Mart, recognized…
I think people underestimate the importance of lighting - layers of lighting, not just one light. I do a lighting seminar where I take a $300-a-yard fabric and a $3-a-yard fabric. I show what lighting can do to either one.