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Norburn has the largest selection of Pendant Lighting in Vancouver. Introducing the Latest From LBL Lighting, now on display in our Burnaby Showroom.

This collection of glass pendants from LBL,  has unique characteristics borrowed from centuries-old glass blowing traditions. Each fixture has its roots in the finest glassblowing facilities. Each facility imparts its own unique qualities to the glass designs.Richly-layered brilliant colors, glass fusion, Italian millefiore accents, iris coating and the finest crystal components used in the lighting industry are some of the ingredients that compose our offering. All designs are original and are offered exclusively by LBL Lighting. Pendants can be seen at our Burnaby showroom – Call 604 299 0666 for pricing or email [email protected]


Dolly LBL Pendant Norburn

The Dolly  LED Low-Voltage Pendant Light

LBL Lighting Dolly HS699 LED Low-Voltage Pendant Lamp features

Slotted metal cylinder reveals an inner layer of brilliant rhinestones. Includes (1) 6 watt 350 lumen 3000K 80 CRI LED module and 6′ of field-cuttable suspension cable. Not compatible with 24 volt transformers.

Color Options:

satin nickel exterior/orange crystal interior,

satin nickel exterior/gold crystal interior,

rubberized black exterior/black crystal interior,

satin nickel exterior/black crystal interior,

rubberized black exterior/clear crystal interior,

rubberized black exterior/gold crystal interior,

satin nickel exterior/clear crystal interior


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Zuri Pendant  

Glossy Italian glass shade with a crinkled metal appearance. Includes 6′ of field-cuttable cord. Includes (1) E26 medium base 60 watt or equivalent Classic Edison lamp. Dimmable with a standard incandescent dimmer. 120v.

Color Options:

black, copper, silver

Finish Options:

bronze, satin nickel


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Rock Candy Cylinder – Line-Voltage Pendant

Cylinder of mouth-blown transparent glass rolled in clear crystal frit and flash heated to create this unique texture. Inner opal glass diffuser adds depth to the pendant. Includes 6′ of fieldcuttable cord. Incandescent includes (1) E26 medium base 60 watt or equivalent BT15 halogen lamp; fluorescent includes (1) GX24Q-3 base 26 watt triple tube compact fluorescent lamp. May also be lamped with a GX24Q-3 32 watt triple tube compact fluorescent lamp (not included). 120v.

Color Options:

dark amber, steel blue, smoke, amethyst, clear

Finish Options:

bronze, satin nickel

About LBL Lighting

For the past 38 years, we at LBL Lighting have built our business on trust. What began as a family business in 1971 has since become part of the larger Encompass Lighting Group family – a Generation Brands Company. We continue to be one of the recognized leaders in our industry and a premier choice for lighting designers throughout North America. Our eclectic designs and decorative forms – each richly saturated with intense color – celebrate the functional artistic nature of lighting. Moreover, they accentuate the relationship between glass, art and lighting. LBL Lighting systems are developed with three core values in mind: beauty, originality and quality. Our commitment to each of these principles is evident in all our products, from our new low-voltage pendants to our incredible selection of signature sconces and ceiling fixtures. Our focus on customer service and support continues to grow, and we truly value your business. We are driven to become your most trusted source for quality lighting.

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Norburn has been at the forefront of the LED Revolution with a huge assortment of L.E.D fixtures for the entire home including LED Recessed Lighting, LED Chandeliers from manufactures like Swarovski, LBL, ET2,Schonbek and more. LED lighting is better every day and the best designers in the world have come up with some beautiful and stylish lamps for use at home or in the office.  Here are some of the latest from Kendal Lighting.

  • 4 Watt
  • 4000K Color Temperature
  • Touch On Off Switch
  • 5 Year Warranty
LED Office Lamp

LED Office Lamp

LED Desk Lamp

LED Desk Lamp

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It is a common misconception that all industrial style lighting  was all cold, hard edges and worn materials. The latest industrial offerings from Quoizel  challenge that with mainstream appeal in both modern and traditional homes.


The Eastvale Collection from Quoizel  lets you create your own personal industrial wow factor. The Eastvalle range shows particular designer flair when placed over a kitchen island bench or dining table. Set within an environment of contemporary white or traditional timber, the look is completed with your favourite pops of colour.

And remember, don’t be a slave to one particular trend. Mixing looks such as Industrial with vintage glamour or classic Scandinavian expresses your individuality and personal style.

Click here to view the collection

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For the second year in a row Norburn Lighting and Bath has been chosen as a finalist for the ARTs Awards International Retailer of the Year (2014)

ARTS Awards is the premier international awards program dedicated to home industry excellence held each January during the Dallas Total Home & Gift Market (Jan. 15-21, 2014). The awards will be presented during a gala event on Saturday, Jan. 18 at the Hilton Anatole Hotel.

The finalists submit a digital presentation to a panel of distinguished judges previously announced, including Ronda Rice Carman, founder of “All the Best Blog” and author of Designers at Home: Personal Reflections on Stylish Living; Ignaz M. Gorischek, vice president of store development at Neiman Marcus; Dr. Nancy Kwallek, director of the interior design program at the School of Architecture at The University of Texas at Austin; Kris Lindsey, previous president and COO of Kinder-Harris and product and process development consultant for Paragon; and Gale C. Steves, creator of Open House Products, a home industries consulting company for retailers and manufacturers.

Digital submissions vary based on category and may consist of product development, marketing, merchandising or company differentiation examples. In November, the panel of judges will convene in Dallas for two days to review each individual or company’s submission. Once all components of judging are complete, a designated accounting firm will tabulate and secure the scores until the winners are announced in January.

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Norburn Lighting and Bath Announced As Finalist for International Retailer of the Year Award by the 24th Annual ARTS Awards.
Dallas Market Center and Accessories Resource Team (ART) announced the 24th annual ARTS Awards finalists. The ARTS Awards is the premier awards program for the home industry and is held each January during the Dallas Total Home & Gift Market (Jan. 16–22, 2013).

The ARTS Awards is the premiere awards program dedicated to the home decorative accessories industry. Norburn Lighting and Bath is nominated for the International Retail Showroom of the Year .
In June of this year Norburn Lighting took home the prestigious award for 2012 North American Lighting Showroom of the Year sponsored by Residential Lighting Magazine and is excited to showcase itself again for this new recognition.

“Congratulations to the finalists for this year’s ARTS Awards,” said Bill Winsor, president and CEO, Dallas Market Center. “It’s an honor to celebrate the home industry’s finest manufacturers, retailers, product designers and sales reps.”

The finalists will submit a digital presentation to a panel of distinguished judges previously announced, including Melanie Belew, interior designer and owner of Belew Design Studio; Cheryl Holland-Bridges, director of the Center for Retailing Studies and executive professor of marketing at Texas A&M’s May Business School; Ignaz M. Gorischeck, vice president of store development at Neiman Marcus; Jena Hall, president and CEO of Jena Hall Associates; Leslie Newsom Rascoe, who helped launch VERANDA and held various editorial positions including fine arts editor and decoration and design editor; and Susan Inglis, producer, importer, sourcing agent and broker in the home furnishings, fashion and gift industries.
Developed by non-profit ART and produced by Dallas Market Center, the ARTS Awards is the premier international awards program dedicated to home industry excellence and achievement in retailing, manufacturing, design, and representation.

The ARTS Awards culminate with a black-tie gala held event on Saturday, Jan. 19 at the Hilton Anatole Hotel. The 24th annual ARTS Awards are sponsored by EnLIGHTenment, Gifts & Decorative Accessories, Giftware News, HFN, Home Accents Today, Home Fashion Forecast, Home Lighting & Accessories, Overcoffee, Residential Lighting, Sustainable Furnishings Council and SWAROVSKI ELEMENTS.
To view all the nominee’s click here

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Winner 2012 Showroom of the Year

Winner 2012 Showroom of the Year

June 26th 2012 Vancouver, B.C. On June 21, 2012, Norburn Lighting and Bath is proud to announce it was selected as winner of the Showroom of the Year Award at a cocktail reception on the opening night of the Dallas Intl. Lighting Market. The awards were sponsored by Residential Lighting and Dallas Market Center.

One retailer was honored as Showroom of the Year in one of three dollar-volume categories, as well as three specialty categories. Each dollar-volume category had up to 10 finalists. Norburn Lighting and Bath was selected as winner of the Revenue $5 Million and Over category. To view all of the winners of the third annual Showroom of the Year Awards visit

Three geographically diverse retail, visual display and marketing experts judged the finalists and winners. This year’s judges included Michelle Lamb, Chairman of Marketing Directions Inc. and Editorial Director of The Trend Curve, Eden Prairie, MN; Jon Schallert, President of The Schallert Group and founder of Destination University, Longmont, CO ; and Crystal Vilkaitis, Director of Social Media for SnapRetail, Vista, CA. Judges praised Norburn Lighting & Bath for their “investment in a new luminaire theatre space,” as well as for their customer service strategy.

Norm Brown, CLC, Marketing Manager for Norburn Lighting commented “I truly appreciate this recognition, it is a real honor. Our staff and their commitment to their craft are really what make our stores distinctive. They’re all professional, ALA certified lighting specialists. They set us apart from the competition.”

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L Prize, a U.S. Department of Energy Contest To Create an LED based alternative to the incandescent bulb

Philips, the Dutch electronics giant that makes everything from clothes irons to medical equipment to light bulbs, believes that it’s about to become $10 million richer.  Philips announced today that it is the first company to submit an entry in L Prize contest sponsored by the US Dept Of Energy.  The contest is to create a viable LED based alternative to the incandescent bulb. The company has first-mover advantage, because if it’s shown that their lamp meets the rules, then Philips wins, even if another company enters later with better results.

In May 2008, the Department of Energy announced that it would award $10 million to the first company that developed a solid-state lamp that could replace a standard bulb. Among the criteria that had to be met: The lamp can use no more than 10 watts to create the equivalent light of a 60-watt incandescent bulb; the color of the light output has to mimic that of today’s incandescents; and the bulbs have to last at least 25,000 hours, about 12 times as long as today’s standard bulbs.