It can be difficult to get outside during the winter months, especially during the work week when it's often already dark by the time you get home.
With the popularity of today's open floor plans, oversized islands, and eat-in kitchens, the dining room has become somewhat of an afterthought - just a space tucked between the kitchen and the living room.
Want to make your home as cozy, calm and relaxing as possible? Try hygge (pronounced: hue-gah), a Danish lifestyle trend that has captured the imagination of the interior design profession.
Whether you're looking for a five-minute fix, or you've got a little more time and money to dedicate to an update, you can make an impact on your home through a lighting makeover.
Ready for a redo? Many homeowners resolve to kick start a new year by making improvements to themselves as well as their home.
Your bedroom is the perfect place to let your personal style shine, and the right lighting can provide the perfect finishing touch to your space.
Today’s dining rooms reflect consumers’ changing lifestyles. Once solely for daily dining, this room has become more multipurpose.
At the end of the day, there’s nothing better than retreating to a luxurious, spa-inspired bathroom.
Whether you're tackling a home remodel, a new build, or simply looking to update your dining room chandelier, the best place to start is always with a trained ALA-member lighting showroom professional.
A longtime lighting staple of dining rooms and foyers, chandeliers are gaining popularity in unexpected places. This classic lighting piece can be found in kitchens, bedrooms, walk-in closets and even bathroom
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.