Toll Brothers sets the scene for HGTV debut

Toll Brothers sets the scene for HGTV debut

We are excited to announce that a breathtaking Toll Brothers home in Charlotte, N.C. will be the set of a new Progress Lighting commercial designed exclusively for HGTV audiences.

As we look ahead and prepare for our exciting debut – scheduled for July 2016 – we wanted to give you a special behind-the-scenes peek at what’s to come. The complete promotion will appear on HGTV, the wildly popular television channel that broadcasts a variety of how-to shows with a focus on home improvement and remodeling.

The set for the commercial was located in Toll Brothers’ Bromley Estates at Weddington community – located in a pristine setting surrounded by a gorgeous wooded, natural environment

An immaculate double-staircase and two-story entryway sets the tone for the commercial, defined by beauty and luxury

The camera captured the glimmer of our sparkling Noir chandelier in this elegant dining room setting.

A spacious kitchen featuring our Bay Court and Bingo fixtures plays a key role in the storyline.

In addition to expertly helping us communicate our vision for our HGTV premiere – Toll Brothers allowed us to use their stunning model homes in the Regency at Palisades community to continue our Illuminate the Moments That Matter campaign.

More to come on how our very own Progress Lighting team made this photo shoot more special than ever – but in the meantime, we think you’ll enjoy some gorgeous shots from these Toll Brothers residences.

With it’s eye-catching crystal accents, Noir is the perfect style accent to illuminate luxury living.

A stunning master suite fit for royalty! Featuring our Nissé chandelier.

A spa-like master bathroom experience featuring the Inspire collection.

Our Inspire pendants offer a gorgeous backdrop in this spacious kitchen.

Stay tuned for more updates and stories featuring interviews with Toll Brothers team members on their fixture selection and lighting design! And don’t forget to also tune in to the DIY Network to see Progress Lighting throughout the summer and fall seasons.