The New American Home 2018

The New American Home 2018 is a stunning display of building innovation that skillfully blends traditional and modern architecture to create a transitional design. Located in the Bella Collina golf community on the outskirts of Orlando, this modern “Tuscan” style home features a floor plan with two levels, each designed to have a unique...

The New American Home 2018 is a stunning display of building innovation that skillfully blends traditional and modern architecture to create a transitional design.

Located in the Bella Collina golf community on the outskirts of Orlando, this modern “Tuscan” style home features a floor plan with two levels, each designed to have a unique identity.

According to Kate Clarke of Homes Reimagined, the design team incorporated a variety of earthy textures to create a sophisticated comfort for everyday living.

“The New American Home 2018 is a warm, comfortable and livable house where anyone would feel welcome,” said Clarke.

Progress Lighting is proud to be an exclusive lighting supplier for this project. We hope you enjoy the images featuring the final results – from room to room!

A cluster of nine pendants from The Pointe collection welcomes guests and visitors to The New American Home 2018.

LIGHTING A KEY DESIGN ELEMENT IN THE NEW AMERICAN HOME 2018

“We chose the same collection – The Pointe – for the staircase, powder room, dining room and foyer,” said Clarke. “By grouping the lighting from the same collection in key areas, it helped pull the design together.”

A cluster of Beyond LED sconces creates a visually interesting ceiling lighting design.
Both warm and cool tones work together in the design – to offer a welcoming and inviting atmosphere throughout the home.
With the Gulliver convertible fixture, this laundry room features a sophisticated form.
"Progress Lighting’s new collection of ceiling fans have moved into another genre of design – they are gorgeous and very impressive," said Clarke.

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Source: progresslighting.com