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Adesso Floor Lamp

December 15, 2011 By: Administrator Category: Light Fixtures


Luminous and slender, the Hamptons lamp from Adesso is both enduringly lovely and unmistakably modern. Designed for living rooms, dens, and bedrooms, the lamp combines a walnut-finish pole with an elongated cylindrical shade. The shade features a double-layer design with variegated beige linen on the outside and crisp white on the inside. This layering adds depth to the lamp’s look and bright warmth to its light. As a charming touch, the lamp turns on with a pull chain that sports a wooden ball at the end. Standing 65 inches high, it has a 10-inch base and takes up to a 100-watt bulb. The shade is 21 inches high and 9-1/2 inches in diameter. Adesso also makes a coordinating Hamptons table lamp.

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Flush Mount Lighting: What is Flush Mount Lighting?

December 15, 2011 By: Administrator Category: Light Fixtures

Flush Mount Lighting Fixtures
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Quoizel Flush Mount Light Fixture

Light plays an important part in the look, feel and atmosphere of your house. Whether the light is natural or artificial, the proper use of light can transform your house from drab to dazzling. The play of dappled sunlight through sheer curtains or the glow of a fancy night lamp on the wall surrounding it can evoke wonderful feelings of joy, contentment and satisfaction. Truly, a house becomes a home when it has the right ambiance; otherwise, it is only a shell.

However, to make light work for you, it is important to understand the different kinds of light. To a layman, all lights may seem the same. But, if you want to design your house so it encapsulates all your desires and dreams, then, you have to discern the minute differences in the various types of light.

There are basically three kinds of lights in a room. These are task lighting, accent lighting and ambient lighting. The clever combination of these three kinds of lighting and the appropriate use of each in the different areas of the room will ensure that you have just the right pool of light in every corner of your home.

Task lighting, as the name suggests, is used to throw focused, clear light. This is the kind of lighting you see above study tables, in libraries or in the areas lying above the kitchen workplace. These are busy places where people come only to get their work done. Accent lighting is somewhat similar to task lighting, but its purpose is slightly different. Accent lighting is used to throw certain features of the house into sharp relief. An excellent example is the kind of light used near art pieces to accentuate the beauty of the piece. You can see accent lighting above the vanity mirrors in bathrooms. Ambient lighting, as the name suggests, is used to create ambience. In this case, the light would be a soft, muted glow through a beautiful fixture. Ambient lighting simply enables us to see clearly; it performs the function of natural light. Ambient lighting is a fundamental part of the design of any room.

These kinds of lights can set the right mood to any room. They are versatile and available in all kinds of style and color. So it becomes easy for you to express your individual taste and style. Styles vary from brass, crystal and pewter to popular bronze and wrought iron finishes. In flush mount lighting fixtures, the bulb is completely covered by the bowl of the fixture. These fixtures make use of bulbs with lower wattages, as there is no gap for the heat generated by the bulb to exit.

These fixtures are a fantastic substitute for recessed lighting.

Due to the very nature of their muted light, [http://www.lampdeals.com]flush mount lighting fixtures are a welcome addition on medium to high ceilings. They add just the right kind of warmth to entry foyers, giving your guests a feeling of warm welcome.

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Crystal Chandelier: Classic Elegance

December 15, 2011 By: Administrator Category: Light Fixtures

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A Great European Tradition. Nothing is quite as elegant as the fine crystal chandeliers that gave sparkle to brilliant evenings at palaces and manor houses across Europe. This beautiful crystal chandelier is decorated with 100% crystal that capture and reflect the light of the candle bulbs, each resting in a scalloped bobache.The timeless elegance of this chandelier is sure to lend a special atmosphere in every home! Please note this item requires assembly. This item comes with 18 inches of chain. SIZE: H.27″ X W.32″ 12 LIGHTS. Lightbulbs not included

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Basement Lighting Design: Easy as 1..2..3

December 14, 2011 By: Administrator Category: Home Interior Lighting Options, Light Fixtures

Basement Lighting Design 101

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Basements are no longer used solely for storage.  Basements are used for a variety of reasons these days from entertaining friends, to storage, living space and at times even  as a workshop.  It is important as with any living space to properly plan lighting design for your basement.

Recessed Lighting and track lighting are both perfect for basement lighting. Basements are usually used to entertain or for recreation. Both recessed lighting and track lighting easily enhacnce the décor of a space. While these type of fixtures can upgrade a space instantly, they are very inexpensive in comparison to other forms of lighting.
When designing lighting for your basement, make sure the basic components are addressed. For instance, when mapping out the placement of light switches, make sure a light switch is placed at the top of the stairs or at the entry of the basement. It can be very challenging and at times to enter a basement without proper lighting. The power switch for lighting should be easily accessible. Also, ensure there is adequate power for the lighting design. Poor planning in this area can lead to power failures, faulty wiring or worse, a fire. Finally as with lighting design for any room, consider the use of the room. If a portion of the basement will be used for a study or office, make sure adequate lighting is provided for reading or similar tasks.
Your basement lighting plan is just a second away. Proper planning and careful execution can yield wonderful results. The tips we have shared are sure to get your basement lighting plan off to a great start!