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Outdoor Lighting – Nightscapes

Well-planned lighting can enhance a room, adding outdoor light can add drama to a landscape, illuminate architectural details & make a porch more welcoming.

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Transform Your Living Space

The Mix Modular Collection lets you mix and match components and fabrics to build a custom sectional, sofa or chaise to perfectly suit your space.

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General Lighting

In your entrance foyer, general lighting is needed to welcome guests and assure safe passage.

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Lights Made of Glass

Lights made of glass – both clear and colored – are making a big comeback. Allowing the light to flow out, but also inviting the gaze to step in.

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Smart Home Technology

Smart home technology has become one of the most important aspects of new home construction.

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Famous Boston Lights

The famous CITGO sign in Boston’s Kenmore Square used to contain five miles of neon tubing.

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Favorite Fixture Friday

The Karam pendant in concrete and white. Made entirely of ceramic material, the inner and outer walls of each over-sized shade is textured and painted

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The Magic of Bathroom Lighting

Take a break from the summer heat and transform your bathroom into a personal spa

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Transform Your Kitchen

The importance of good, high lumen output for task (under-cabinet) lighting cannot be over emphasized.

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Local Artwork at lucia lighting & design

Tracy Finn, from Marblehead, Massachusetts, has been painting seaside landscapes and still life at her home studio overlooking Salem Harbor since 2008. S

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There are two ways of spreading light: to be the candle or the mirror that reflects it.

Edith Wharton