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?
This fall and winter more than ever, many of us will be spending most of our time at home. C
Each year brings a profusion of new design trends for the home, and new lighting designs play a crucial part in setting style.
First came the farmhouse design trend, a humble, nurturing style that is a nostalgic throwback to a simpler time.
From new finishes to new inspirations, to products that typically aren't even considered to be lighting, there are many notable design trends in today’s lighting market. Here’s a roundup of three notable trends that are “in” for 2019 and beyond.
Although LED technology is commonplace today, confusion still arises for the home user when it comes choosing LEDs over traditional light bulbs.
From elegant chandeliers to simple modern pieces, lighting has evolved from being a way to brighten a dark space to becoming a decorative statement for the home.
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.
While functionality is still key, stylish and unique bathroom lighting designs are becoming increasingly popular.
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.
When it comes to lighting design, spaces not typically seen by guests sometimes do not get the attention they deserve.
Whether getting dressed, shaving, applying makeup or styling your hair, there are a variet of important tasks that take place in the bathroom mirror.
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.
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.