WE ARE OPEN FOR ONSITE VISITS!
As Westchester County begins to open Patdo is now allowing clients (slowly) to return to our showroom by appointment only – please call to schedule your visit 914-937-6707 ext. 0. We will still be doing curbside pick up to limit people in our showroom. We will maintain social distance with one client meeting at a time. Masks will be worn at all times – hand sanitizer will be available, and Patdo is vigorously cleaning all touched services daily.
Your safety is very important to us.
Looking forward to seeing you all again!
GARY AND MARI-LOU
A CURATED SHOWROOM
RESIDENTIAL LIGHTING DESIGN
Patdo Light Studio is a premium lighting showroom and consultancy featuring the latest design and technology, curated with the support of expert owners and staff.
Co-owners Mari-Lou Nania and Gary Novasel are experts in residential and commercial, interior and landscape lighting design. We provide advice to all of our customers, but for a more in depth discussion, we offer hourly design consultations by appointment only. Please contact Patdo to schedule an appointment with one of our designers..
Providing the best lighting selection in Fairfield and Westchester counties, we pride ourselves on products that are hand selected for their fresh design, current trends, quality of materials, precision in craftsmanship and manufacturer integrity.
the lighting lab
A state of the art resource, our Light Lab is the go-to place for architects, designers, builders and clients when exploring the possibilities of recessed lighting. With over 40 LED recessed lights in various shapes, sizes and color temperatures, this interactive environment provides true to life results. Please contact Patdo to schedule an appointment with one of our designers.
To view the full showroom collection, visit us at 25 South Regent Street in Port Chester, or call us at 914.937.6707
PATDO LIGHT STUDIO
25 SOUTH REGENT STREET
PORT CHESTER, NY 10573
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday & Friday 9AM – 5:00PM
Thursday 10AM – 5:00PM
Saturday & Sunday Closed
When he walks into his library, part of his Ridgefield, Conn., home, the room automatically “wakes up,” glowing with theatrical lighting, music and LED-lit glass panels lining various walkways. He finds items to peruse by a system of memory,
“The room is a theatre space that can be completely transformed by light,” Mr. Walker said of his library.