Oct 22, 14
Thrashing pain meets you at the forefront of your temples, and suddenly it feels like someone has continually slammed your head against concrete. It’s a migraine and the culprit can sometimes be fluorescent lighting. But what can you do? Your office is filled with fluorescent lights and that old computer you use at home isn’t helping the situation. Luckily, there are solutions to your problem, but first, let’s figure out what’s really going on with that head of yours.
Oct 17, 14
Whether you live in a smaller apartment or a home with “petite” sized rooms, you understand the need to make the most of your space. Low ceilings and limited square footage can cause rooms to feel cramped and stuffy instead of open and inviting, making them hardly appealing to visitors, much less yourself. While unfortunately we can’t make your rooms physically larger, we can provide some lighting tips that will make them look and feel like they are. These simple strategies can add a little breathing room to your restricted spaces.
Oct 13, 14
It happens far too often. You walk into a store, pick up light bulb or a handheld spotlight and look at the specifications- only to find that one says lumens, another says lux, and the last reads something about candela. Inside, you question why no one uses the same system for measuring these things, and take your best guess based on the other items on the shelf. The short answer is that they’re all separate standards for measuring different kinds of lighting effects. Let’s break it down into the long answer to dispel a few more shadows.
Sep 01, 14
The simplest way to show depth is by placing one object behind another object to show space between them. When you place light behind an object, you gain depth and a combination of beautiful shadows with a warm glow that highlights the object for stunning displays or haunting beauty. However, not every design uses – nor should use – the same lighting techniques and principles as every other. So let’s take a look at 4 places to use backlighting that aren’t Instagram pictures.
Jul 16, 14
Whether the occasion is a holiday dinner or weekend get-together, the dining room is a place where family and friends can congregate and enjoy the company of one another. Because it’s such an important gathering place in the home, a dining room should have lighting that creates a comfortable atmosphere, and the light fixtures themselves should be stylish yet functional to compliment the space. To help you achieve lighting that covers all of these bases, we’ve outlined a few things to consider when choosing the best lighting for your dining room.