lighting

Advantages of LED Lighting

June 18, 2012

The advantages of LED fixtures are becoming popular and many home and commercial building owners are considering changing their current lighting to the much improved LED based light sources. Up until recently, many people were stopped in their tracks by the impression that the change would be a very cost prohibitive and complicated process and are not aware of the long-term benefits of this technology.…

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Outdoor Solar Lighting – Benefits | Reviews |

January 5, 2012

The use of driveway lanterns and solar garden lights is definitely on the rise. Today, you can find brightly lit up garden pathways and driveways powered using solar energy. There are many benefits of outdoor solar lighting that make it a popular choice for any home. Let us explore few of these amazing benefits:

  • Energy Efficiency – The dependency on electricity which is drawn from
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Twig Lights With Silver Or Gold Plated Frames For Luxury Looks

January 27, 2011

Lighting systems have been in use for a number of years. They have been playing two very important roles. One is to produce light which is the primary function and the other is the decorative function. With a number of innovative discoveries, lighting systems have now been playing the decorative function as their primary function. For some, decoration is more important that the actual production …

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Advice for Using Tiffany Style Lamps to Complement Your Decor

January 2, 2011

Tiffany style lamps seem to be enjoying a resurgence of popularity these days. For years they were considered old fashioned, but with modern decorating trends that blend a wide ranging fusion of styles, it's easy to complement any style of decor with one of these brightly colored lighting fixtures. Keep reading for some tips on how to incorporate one or more vibrant, luminescent Tiffany lamps

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Light up Your Life with a Schoolhouse Pendant Light

June 27, 2010

The interior decorating fashion in the 1920s was to place a bare bulb inside a globe made out of opaque glass and suspend it from the ceiling in libraries, kitchens, classrooms and courthouses. The clean styling made these lights appropriate for use in many different kinds of buildings and rooms. They became very popular in schoolhouses at the time because they provided the bright light …

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