Designer and HGTV host Jasmine Roth serves as a model ambassador for the brand new Hunter lighting model.
MEMPHIS—Ceiling fan producer Hunter Fan is coming into the lighting class with greater than 300 SKUs of chandeliers, pendants, flush mounts, sconces and vainness lights launching this week.
“Increasing into lighting was the clear and strategic subsequent step for the Hunter model,” mentioned CEO John Alexander. “Within the final 135 years, we’ve got develop into masters of the ceiling fan and constructed confidence amongst customers who can now belief us with their lighting wants.”
New lighting choices provide “tons of” of favor choices together with farmhouse, trendy, mid-century and industrial, and begin at $79.99. Click on right here for a peek at a few of the assortment.
Hunter mentioned it is going to proceed to develop its lighting assortment, providing greater than 800 SKUs by the tip of 2022.
As a part of the corporate’s enlargement, Hunter is partnering with dwelling builder and inside designer Jasmine Roth as its model ambassador. Roth is a house renovation and design knowledgeable and the host of HGTV’s hit reveals “Assist! I Wrecked My Home” and “Hidden Potential,” founding father of Constructed Customized Houses, creator of “Home Story” and curator of her on-line retail retailer The Store by Jasmine Roth.
“I’m honored to companion with a model as iconic and trusted as Hunter Fan Firm for the launch of Hunter Lighting and have beloved seeing the gorgeous designs they’re producing,” Roth mentioned. “When designing a room, mild is without doubt one of the most vital parts to think about, and Hunter’s lighting fixtures accommodate a wide range of types.”
Editor-in-Chief Allison Zisko first joined HFN in 1998 and spent a few years overlaying the tabletop class earlier than widening her scope to all dwelling furnishings. In her present position, she oversees all elements of HFN, together with its print and digital merchandise, and represents the model at dwelling and overseas by way of displays, panel discussions and HFN’s podcast, The Inside Scoop.