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All living things depend on light to survive, but did you know that the light you are exposed to throughout the day (and night) can affect your health?
These days people are spending more time enjoying their homes, inside and out. Put your home in the best light and pull everything together with these simple tips:
Although LED technology is commonplace today, confusion still arises for the home user when it comes choosing LEDs over traditional light bulbs.
With the rise in popularity of LED light bulbs, you’ve likely heard talk of energy savings and lighting.
Today, LED bulbs are the most efficient, longest lasting, and often the most suitable choice for residential lighting.
You don't have to plan a lavish vacation to relax this summer. With the right lighting, your back yard can become your own private retreat, allowing you to enjoy a mini getaway without leaving your home.
Until recently, shopping for light bulbs involved primarily focusing on wattage. After 2012, when the Department of Energy set standards specifying how much energy light bulbs can use, things became slightly more complicated.
When developing a lighting plan for any room in your home, it is important to consider the three basic types of light - ambient, task and accent. The best lighting plans combine all three types to light an area according to function and style.
With the options available today, choosing a light bulb has become slightly more complicated for the average homeowner. If you find yourself wondering what bulb you need, here are a few tips to consider.
Your bathroom is where you typically start and finish your day, so creating an inviting space can set the tone for a great day and a restful night's sleep. Unfortunately, many homeowners are left uninspired by their bathroom lighting design.
While there are plenty of ways you can bring new life to your home through lighting design, there are also some common mistakes to avoid.
The shift toward LED light bulbs in interior design is happening quickly, as manufacturers and homeowners find more ways to use these new types of lighting inside common areas of homes.
LEDs come in a wide variety of hues and colors that can transform an ordinary bathroom into something that will give you an artistic experience when you get ready for work in the morning.