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Introducing Plume | Tony Duquette by Remains Lighting

Introducing a new family to the Tony Duquette by Remains Lighting Atelier collection. The Plume Family calls to mind the Rue de la Faisanderie in the 16th arrondissement of Paris, where a pheasant house once stood on the grounds of the … Continue reading

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Remains Out & About in Midtown Manhattan

On a balmy winter day, we left our showroom in the heart of the Flower District to explore midtown Manhattan in hopes of spotting a few of our fixtures in situ. Just south of Bryant Park, Heron Exterior Wall Lanterns … Continue reading

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Introducing the Dandelion 24 Chandelier

Remains Lighting is happy to introduce the newest addition to the Duquette collection, the Dandelion 24 Chandelier. The beaded fixture will join the Dandelion family, alongside the Dandelion 18 Chandelier and the Dandelion 32 Chandelier. Greatly influenced by nature, the … Continue reading

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Introducing the Contessa Chandelier

I do not usually post about the lighting I work with, even though I am regularly bowled over by its beauty and craft. Today, however, I want to share a special tie I have to the latest addition to Remains … Continue reading

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Introducing the Duquette Dandelions

In keeping with Tony Duquettes decorative vision of exploding fireworks, starbursts, sunbursts and super novas, the new Dandelion fixtures by Remains Lighting are another example of his unique point of view. Duquette always insisted that his jeweled brooches could be … Continue reading

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Hutton Wilkinson on Elsie de Wolfe at Remains Lighting Los Angeles

Hutton Wilkinson will give an illustrated talk about the legendary Elsie de Wolfe: First Lady of American Design at Remains Lighting LA on May 9th as part of the La Cienega Design Quarter’s annual Legends of La Cienega. Wilkinson, an … Continue reading

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Remains Lighting joins Jim Thompson showroom in ADAC

Remains Lighting has established a beachhead in Atlanta. I found the Jim Thompson Thai Silk company through Hutton Wilkinson of Tony Duquette, Inc.  Hutton had released a large collection of Duquette designs with Jim Thompson and when we launched our … Continue reading

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Tony Duquette Splashing Water Chandelier by Remains Lighting in The New York Times

We were thrilled to see the Splashing Water chandelier in the Home section of the New York Times: Bathed in the Glow of Splashing Water By Linda Lee  “As much theatrical designer as interior designer, Tony Duquette occupied a studio … Continue reading

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