With over 45,000 square feet of display, we are proud to be the largest independent trade showroom in the Southeastern United States.
Judith Norman represents over two hundred and fifty lines of indoor and outdoor furniture, lighting, accessories and artwork from around the world. Included amongst them are Swaim, Marge Carson, E.J.Victor, Ralph Lauren, Vanguard, Hickory Chair, American Leather, Christopher Guy, Varschin, Pavilion, Seasonal Living, Palecek, Fine Art Lamps, Theodore Alexander, Barlow Tyrie, Bernhardt Interiors, Swarovski, Fine Art Lamps, Hammerton, Hubbardton Forge and Tech Lighting.
Interior designers, architects, contractors, developers, purchasing agents and exporters all look to Judith Norman as a complete resource for all their residential and commercial projects. Our selection includes a vast array of contemporary, modern, transitional and traditional furnishings at every price point to meet any budget. Our ability to ship anywhere in North America and export throughout the Caribbean, Europe, and South America has made Judith Norman an international source to the trade.
Our resource center was built to accommodate all of our clients’ needs. With easy access to catalogues, finish and fabric samples as well as complimentary use of computers, color copier and fax machine, all the tools needed to complete any project as if it were their own virtual satellite office.
Access Lighting offers an array of modern lighting designs with cutting-edge technology at reasonable prices. Its products range from ceiling, wall, task and portable fixtures for indoor applications to ceiling, wall and spot lights for the outdoors.
Founded in 1989, American Lighting, Inc. manufactures a wide range of lighting solutions for your residential, commercial and specialty lighting needs.
Founded in Italy by Ernesto Gismondi, Artemide is recognized around the world for its unique approach to lighting. It’s one that combines technological research and partnerships with outstanding architects to develop innovative projects. Artemide’s lamps are considered international icons of contemporary design and are exhibited in modern art museums like MoMA and Paris’ Centre Pompidou.
Avenue Lighting has become a premier creator of modern chandeliers with an expansive group of collections each inspired by famed streets and avenues. Its Hollywood collection consists of chandeliers composed of countless individual glass droplets that reflect and amplify light recreating the glitz of the famed boulevard. All of its inspiring designs are crafted with the latest techniques and highest quality steel, and that same ethos can be applied to any custom project.
The charming story of Barovier & Toso started in 1295 in Murano (Venice, Italy) where the glass company has been established and is still based: it was when the first Barovier was mentioned as a glass master in official documents about the emerging art of glass blowing.
Beach Lighting is With four decades of experience, Beach Lighting is an industry-leading supplier of recessed lighting and LED lamps. Since its founding in 2000, the company has mastered the art of producing cutting–edge lighting fixtures, particularly three-inch, four-inch, low voltage, line voltage and LED recessed illumination.
At this company’s upstate New York headquarters you might find its founder and president David Corbett working out his latest inspiration in the design studio or on the factory floor inspecting merchandise to ensure superior fit and finish.
Near Fanimation’s headquarters may be the only place in the world where you can stroll past the fans of yesteryear. The Antique Fan Museum shows where the technology has come from and family-owned Fanimation knows where it’s going.
Hinkley began in 1922 under the guidance of Philip R. Hinkley and was primarily a manufacturer of solid copper lighting fixtures for outdoor use. The company’s first catalogue offered 14 outdoor and indoor pieces.
Masiero, a family-owned company commits itself to the latest developments in home automation as well as innovative new lighting products.
Maxim Lighting has developed a keen intuition for lasting trends, carefully developed over years of research, design and development. Founder Jacob Sperling studied aeronautics by day and used his engineering skills at night by create the first pieces that set everything in motion.
At this company’s headquarters you might find its founder and president David Littman working out his latest inspiration in the design studio or on the factory floor inspecting merchandise to ensure superior fit and finish.