2012 Showroom of the Year Finalists: Revenue Under $5 Million
Presenting the finalists for the 3rd annual Showroom of the Year Awards, sponsored by Residential Lighting and the Dallas Market Center. Join us at the Dallas Intl. Lighting Market on June 21 as we announce the winners.
 

LUCIA LIGHTING
LYNN, MA

The staff will make house calls, track down an obscure fixture, instruct about color temperature and help you make the right choices — whether your need is a single chandelier bulb or lighting for an entire home.

Honored as “Best of Boston” in a variety of categories by Boston magazine in 2008, 2010 and 2011, Lucia Lighting is known for extraordinary service and a profound knowledge of lighting technology and design. Because she thinks personal, one-on-one contact will always be important, owner Lucy Dearborn feels lighting showrooms can have more value today than ever. Lucia Lighting aims to achieve that by intensely focusing on what customers really need. Outstanding customer service, product, value and education are the cornerstones of Lucia Lighting’s business model.

Interior designers, architects and builders from Boston’s affluent North Shore may come to the showroom over and over again during the course of a project, but chances are they will always see fresh displays showcasing new merchandise and a piece or two that they perhaps had not noticed on a previous visit. The 8,000-square-foot former funeral parlor that Lucia calls home is organized into 12 showrooms representing rooms of the house, styles of lighting and special sections, like the Gift Lamps area. A third-floor design studio and warehouse space consume the rest of the mansion.

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