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  • Transitional style chandelier showcased above a dining table.
    September 8, 2023

    A Guide to Designing with Transitional Style Lighting Fixtures

    What is Transitional Style Lighting? Transitional style lighting blends traditional and contemporary elements, offering versatile, timeless, and adaptable fixtures suitable for various rooms. These fixtures are perfect for creating a balanced, layered lighting scheme that harmonizes with different decor styles....

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  • What type of lighting is best placed at the foyer?
    April 4, 2023

    What type of lighting is best placed at the foyer?

      The best type of lighting for a foyer depends on the space's size, style, and ceiling height. Consider chandeliers for a grand focal point, pendant lights for a minimalist look, flush or semi-flush mount lights for lower ceilings, wall...

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  • Garden Lighting Guide: What You Need to Know
    April 23, 2020

    Garden Lighting Guide: What You Need to Know

    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.

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  • Buyer’s Guide to Landscape Lighting Design
    April 14, 2020

    Buyer’s Guide to Landscape Lighting Design

    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.

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