lighting & design

Happy Mother’s Day

The celebration of Mother’s Day began in the United States in the early 20th century; the modern American holiday of Mother’s Day was first celebrated in 1908.

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Making an Optic Sensation

Technically, Edison bulbs are no different from your standard incandescent. The only real distinction is the filament—in ordinary incandescent bulbs.

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Favorite Fixture Friday

Favorite Fixture Friday: The Groove pendant is a unique piece, comprised of multiple segments of two-way mirrored glass.

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Achieve Balance with an Edison Chandelier

Achieve balance with an Edison chandelier: Design is at its most thrilling when it bridges the gap between two opposites.

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The Evolving Formal Dining Room

Oversized pendants are taking the place of traditional chandeliers; mixed materials are being used for tables and chairs

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Lighting Can Be A Focal Point

Lighting can serve as a focal point or functional work of art in almost any area of the home.

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Add A Moroccan Touch

As with any interior space, lighting plays a key role in completing your intended style.

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Landscape Lighting Can Provide Safety

Landscape lighting is implemented naturally to deter criminals and unwanted wildlife from hiding in the shadows or approaching your home.

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Everything Old Is New Again

With all the chatter about LEDs and CFLs, it may seem strange to suddenly be talking about good old-fashioned incandescent.

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Let Our Lighting Designers Help

Don’t let size intimidate you. Large, bold lighting choices are becoming the focal point of a room.

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

Edith Wharton