Crystorama is founded by Abe Kleinberg as a lighting wholesaler offering bronze chandeliers imported from Europe.
Lighting Center by Cameo opens as the Retail Division and Joan Kleinberg appointed President. The primary product lines are moderately priced decorative chandeliers and portable lamps.
Brian Kleinberg, current
President, joins the company.
Large expansion of product offerings and increasing focus on home furnishings and home accessories. Company name change to better reflect direction & products.
Elements focus on education begins - teaching Lighting Design classes at Nassau Community College helps nurture talent in young students and help them understand the practical and aesthetic nature of design.
Elements - Distinctive Lighting & Home Furnishings is born, our unique collections of lighting and home furnishings differentiate us from the big box centers and further our commitment to the home furnishing and accessories market.
Elements begins teaching classes at CW Post - Long Island University
2006 Elements Winner of 17th Annual ARTS Award for Lighting Showroom of the year. Large scale renovation completed to exterior and interior of the building with showroom expansion to 18,000 square feet.
ABC Extreme Makeover - Home Edition, The Vitale Family is given a complete Home Makeover and Elements is there to supply the lighting and home furnishings.
Elements introduces its first catalog and website designed exclusively for the Trade Professional with National Sales Distribution. Elements Trade is supported by a national sales force.
Metropolitan Institute of Design Classes at Metropolitan Institute of Design begin.
Segment done for nationally syndicated design show.
Elements Winner of 23rd Annual ARTS Award for Lighting Showroom of the Year
Elements filmed a segment for TLC's nationally syndicated show, Long Island Medium, starring Theresa Caputo.
Nominated for 25th Annual ARTS Award
Winner of 28th Annual ARTS Awards for Lighting showroom of the year.
Elements launches 40th