Bright Ideas

It’s Time to Consider LED Lighting For Your Home

thank you to Haddad Hakansson LLC If you’ve tried to buy a light bulb lately, you know it’s no longer as simple as running down to the hardware store for a couple of 60-watt or candelabra-style bulbs. In just a

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Universal Bath Design: Light Your Bathroom for All Ages and Abilities

Learn about uplighting, downlighting, visual cueing and avoiding glare for a bathroom that’s safe and works for all. By Anne-Marie Brunet, CKD, CBD and Houzz Contributor Bathroom remodels have been taking off in the past few years — today the

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Inspiring Bright Bulbs

Importance of Education: Inspiring Bright Bulbs When my parents named me Lucy Elizabeth Dearborn, they had no idea that their little bundle of joy’s initials (LED) would forecast her future. Ever since a young age, I had an affinity for

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Spring Ahead ~ Sunday, March 10, 2013

Daylight Savings is Time ~ March 10 “It was one of those March days when the sun shines hot and the wind blows cold: when it is summer in the light, and winter in the shade.” Charles Dickens It’s that

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Lighting Trends 2013 Seminar on January 9th

We’re presenting a seminar on Lighting Trends 2013 as part of Boston Magazine’s Passport to Design program. Sign up and register for our seminar this Wednesday, January 9th. You could win a grand prize package worth $20,000 to design the

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LED Lighting and Bright Ideas

In this video, Lucy gives us some bright ideas for LED Lighting. Learn what LED lighting is and the best ways to use it!  

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

Edith Wharton