Boca Raton, FL
Tuesday, May 29, 2012
Local designers in South Florida are invited to compete in challenge to redecorate the Boca Raton lighting store's bathrooms with bathroom lighting fixtures by Quoizel and Murray Feiss
Capitol Lighting announces the challenge of a lifetime--the Thronedown Designer Bathroom Challenge!
BOCA RATON, FL - Capitol Lighting, a leading retailer of light and ceiling fan fixtures with eight stores in New Jersey and Florida and worldwide at www.1-800Lighting.com, invites South Florida designers and lighting industry professionals to sign up to compete in the Designer Bathroom Challenge. Capitol Lighting is looking for two candidates to compete in the Thronedown Challenge to remodel the bathrooms at the Boca Raton Showroom with bathroom lighting fixtures by Quoizel and Murray Feiss
Each competitor will be provided a $1,000 project budget, plus bathroom lighting fixtures supplied by Quoizel Lighting and Murray Feiss, and hardware by Miller's Elegant Hardware. The winner, chosen by Capitol Lighting customers and Facebook fans, will be awarded a $1,000 Capitol Lighting shopping spree
Submissions for the challenge are due by May 31, 2012, and the contest begins June 11, 2012. Designers can e-mail Capitol Lighting for more information at firstname.lastname@example.org or sign up at www.facebook.com/Capitol Lighting1800Lighting.
From Murray Feiss Lighting to Quoizel Lighting, Capitol Lighting carries a complete line of designer bathroom lighting fixtures and accessories at competitive prices. The company offers more than 500,000 products online at www.1-800lighting.com.
About Capitol Lighting
For more than 85 years, the lighting experts at Capitol Lighting's retail light fixture stores have helped customers find the perfect light fixtures and accessories from the largest selection of lighting products– from fixtures by Quoizel and Murray Feiss to modern shades and more--at the most affordable prices available. The light store and its eight lighting showrooms are the offspring of a family retailing tradition that dates back to 1924, when Max Lebersfeld, an electrical contractor and immigrant from Austria-Hungary, opened the first light store in Newark, N.J
Four generations later, Capitol Lighting has expanded the concept to four locations in New Jersey, four in southeast Florida and worldwide online at 1-800Lighting.com. Among their many awards, the readers of New Jersey Monthly magazine recently voted Capitol Lighting as the "Best of New Jersey 2010" for "Where to Shop for Lighting." Additionally, peers and fellow industry professionals have nominated Capitol Lighting for the seventh time for the prestigious ARTS Award for "Best Lighting Showroom" in the East Atlantic
To find the best prices on your home décor, premier lights plus home fixtures, or to request a quote or browse the latest lighting sale for your next commercial lighting project, please visit Capitol Lighting's website at www.1800lighting.com or call 1-800-544-4846
Visit Capitol Lighting on Facebook at wwwfacebookcom/CapitolLighting1800Lighting and Twitter at wwwTwittercom/1800Lighting. You'll see great lighting sales items and receive special offers on chandeliers and more!
Boca Raton, FL