Troy Lighting recently participated in A Taste of Project Design 2015, a charity event held at the Ronald McDonald House of Long Island in New Hyde Park, New York – a respite for seriously ill children undergoing treatment at area hospitals, as well as their families. The charity gala event featured vignettes by leading interior designers with curated collections up for sale to benefit the Ronald McDonald House.


Troy’s Odyssey is the centerpiece of Rajni Alex’s vignette at A Taste of Project Design

Rajni Alex from Rajni Alex Design incorporated Troy Lighting’s Odyssey chandelier into her vignette. Odyssey is a mid-century inspired fixture with hand-blown, plated and smoked glass shades, offering a warm reflective sheen. Blending modern and traditional elements, the moody space possessed a mixed metal concept. Once the design team honed in on Odyssey, they pulled together the colors and details around it to create the entire look. “This vignette could not of come together without the lighting,” said Alex. “Everyone loved the Odyssey. It helped sell the entire lifestyle. The whole booth sold in 15 minutes.” Troy Lighting previously provided fixtures to the Ronald McDonald House’s recent renovation, Project Design. This two-year transformation brought together top interior designers and industry leaders to renovate the 44,000-square-foot home and better serve the more than 1,000 families who stay in the Ronald McDonald House each year. The project updated 42 residential suites and several common areas.