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What are lighting location ratings? Lighting location ratings are industry-standard classifications that indicate the level of protection a light fixture offers against environmental conditions such as moisture and dust. These ratings include "dry rated" for areas with no exposure to...
The best lighting for outdoors combines safety, security, and aesthetics. For pathways, use low-voltage LEDs or solar-powered lights. Entrances benefit from wall sconces or pendant lights with motion sensors. Landscape features shine with LED spotlights or floodlights, while decks and...
When lighting your garden, it’s important to have proper lighting that will serve your lighting purpose. How you plan on using your lights will determine what kind of lights you need and where they should be placed. People usually aren’t familiar with the ins and outs of garden lighting design or what methods to use. So, if you don’t educate yourself on the process, you end up creating a lighting scheme that just doesn’t work or do the garden justice. Once you plan your layout, think about what needs illumination. Then research the best bulbs to do the job. When you’re ready to start the installation process, think about safety. Assistance from a professional would be a smart move to avoid any hazards that accompany installation.
If you have ever taken on any large task you probably had some sort of game plan before you started. Without planning, you will likely end up with an unfinished project, leaving you defeated, frustrated, and disappointed. Attempting to do your own landscape lighting design is definitely one of those projects that will require tons of planning, time, and labor. Beginning your DIY quest without having a big picture of your goals and what is required to achieve the goal, would be a mistake.
When people think of home design they oftentimes associate the term with the home’s interior, rather than its exterior. A lot of time and money is spent creating a comfortable refuge, beautifully decorated to show off to visitors. What many people don’t realize is that the first impression of a home actually occurs before a guest even enters the home.
Beyond just being the place where the beauty of you comes out, it’s also your inner sanctum, your sanctuary, and a relaxing refuge of relief. It’s the first place you see yourself in the morning and the last place you’ll see yourself at night – and for that reason, it deserves to be the place where you’ll see yourself in your best possible light.
Are you looking to redecorate your bathroom? Homeowners and DIY enthusiasts have already caught on to the fact that a little extra design work in the bathroom goes a long way. A simple and inexpensive way to enhance the look of a bathroom is through careful lighting design. Good bathroom lighting is easy to overlook, but a savvy decorator can see plenty of opportunities to turn a bathroom into a relaxing, spa-like sanctuary.