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Tisva adds magic this monsoon; launches Rain Romance Collection

Punjab Tribune Bureau | July 03, 2020 04:47 PM

Collection comprises range of exquisite luminaires that elevate every space they occupy

Ludhiana: Tisva, the luxury lighting brand by Usha, launched its Rain Romance Collection, comprising premium decorative lights to add that special magical touch to your homes this monsoon. In addition to its already versatile portfolio of lighting solutions, this latest collection is inspired by the sheer exquisiteness of cascading rain. Available in varying styles, these artistic handcrafted chandeliers, pendants, and wall-lights mimic the brilliance of raindrops bursting through the glass, adding an extra layer of illumination to accent lighting while holding their own.


Contemporary in design, this new collection by Tisva comprises the Allumer and Eillowy Series. While the intricately designed Allumer Series is inspired by classical elements that seamlessly bring together the energy of fire and the calmness of water, the Eillowy Series draws inspiration from drizzling water with its rain patterned glass.

  
Commenting on the launch of Tisva’s Rain Romance Collection, Vikas Gandhi, Senior VP and Business Head – Lighting and Premium Fans, said, “While the new collection is modern in design and technology, it draws from the classical philosophy of the balance created by Yin (water) and Yang (light). The confluence of the contemporary and the traditional makes thisa truly bespoke collection crafted for discerning homes lovers who want to elevate their homes.”

Every Tisva light offers a combination of unbeatable features including tunability (colour control), dimmability (intensity control), and controllability (motion control). Besides chandeliers, Tisva offers a diverse range of lighting solutions including European and Egyptian collections, comprising ambient lighting concepts, LED designer range, table and floor lamps, wall lights, pendants, architectural and utility lighting products to suit every need.

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