Hunter Lighting™ Press Release January 2022
Hunter Fan Company Brightens Business In 2022 With Launch Of Hunter Lighting™
Expanding into the lighting industry, the company will partner with HGTV host Jasmine Roth and offer more than 300 SKUs of chandeliers, pendants, flush mounts and more.
MEMPHIS, Tenn. (Jan. 18, 2022) — This new year, Hunter Fan Company, the leading manufacturer of ceiling fans, expands its legacy of craftsmanship and design into ceiling and wall lights with the official release of Hunter Lighting™. Hunter Lighting offers more than 300 SKUs of chandeliers, pendants, flush mounts, sconces, vanity lights with much more to come throughout 2022.
As part of the company’s expansion, Hunter is partnering with home builder and interior designer Jasmine Roth as its brand ambassador. Roth is a home renovation and design expert and the host of HGTV’s hit shows “Help! I Wrecked My House” and “Hidden Potential”, founder of Built Custom Homes, author of “House Story” and curator of her online retail store The Shop by Jasmine Roth.
“I’m honored to partner with a brand as iconic and trusted as Hunter Fan Company for the launch of Hunter Lighting and have loved seeing the beautiful designs they are producing,” said Jasmine Roth. “When designing a room, light is one of the most important elements to consider, and Hunter’s light fixtures accommodate a variety of styles.”
The company’s new lighting collection goes beyond ceiling fan and light fixture combinations with stand-alone lights intentionally designed to illuminate any space with hundreds of styling options, including farmhouse, modern, mid-century, industrial and more.
“Expanding into lighting was the clear and strategic next step for the Hunter brand,” said John Alexander, CEO of Hunter Fan Company. “In the last 135 years, we have become masters of the ceiling fan and built confidence among consumers who can now trust us with their lighting needs.”
With a range of collections, Hunter Lighting is a high-value option that effortlessly ties a space together. Hunter prides itself on staying on top of home décor trends and offering designs that fit the needs of its consumers. For example, the “Van Nuys” 4-light linear fixture features a unique shape with vintage-inspired details and an industrial design to accommodate a variety of styles. Alternatively, the “Vidria” 1-light pendant showcases a minimal design ideal for a dining room, foyer or kitchen island lighting.
Hunter Lighting is artistically crafted, intentionally designed and accessible for a range of budgets, with options starting at $79.99. This year, Hunter will continue to expand its lighting collection offering more than 800 SKUs by the end of 2022.
About Hunter Fan Company
Keeping homes 'Quietly Cool since 1886', Hunter Fan Company is the world's original ceiling fan manufacturer. As the No. 1 most installed ceiling fan for 135 years, Hunter continues to build upon its legacy of performance, comfort and everyday style for any room, giving consumers confidence, peace-of-mind and ultimately more control over their home environment. The Memphis-based brand has recently debuted a variety of proprietary technologies differentiating it within the industry, including an exclusive line of Wi-Fi®-enabled SIMPLEconnect® fans, which are compatible with Apple HomeKit, Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa and its SureSpeed® Guarantee which sets the standard for optimum airflow performance. In addition, the company offers WeatherMax® outdoor fans that are salt-air and corrosion-resistant, a step above industry-standard wet-rated ceiling fans.
Hunter ceiling fans and Hunter Lighting™ are available on Hunterfan.com, as well as in lighting showrooms, home centers and online retailers nationwide. For more information, visit HunterFan.com, and connect with Hunter Fan Company on Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest, YouTube and Twitter.
Awarded one of the “Best Places to Work in Memphis,” Hunter Fan Company also operates its Hunter Industrial division featuring industrial and commercial division HVLS (high-volume, low-speed) fans in Nashville, Tenn.