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Go Big with Lighting

Larger dining room tables are sometimes highlighted best with multiple pendants, or even two chandeliers.

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Favorite Fixture Friday

The Lily Bud chandelier in silver leaf finish with graceful bouquets of faceted crystal lily buds that create a naturally elegant lighting effect.

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Illuminate Your Kitchen

Extensive cabinet lighting is a trend to watch. Low-voltage LED strip lighting is used as accent and task layers below cabinets.

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Perk Up Your Bathroom Vanity

Perk up your bathroom vanity! Lighting is the perfect way to lend your bathroom some old Hollywood glamour and luxury.

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Giving Character to the Space

Lighting fixtures are subtle centerpieces, functional and decorative elements in interior decorating.

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May is Armed Forces Day

The third Saturday in May is Armed Forces Day, simply a day to salute sharply to all of the men and women in all branches of the service who protect our country and you.

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Favorite Fixture Friday

Favorite Fixture Friday: The Gallerist Chandelier in blacksmith wrought iron with Raj mirror.

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Inspired Kitchen Design

Inspired kitchen design continues to amaze by drawing us in to take a closer look at how these kitchens are accessorized with lighting.

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Add an Eclectic Flair

From a design standpoint, one of the best things about Edison bulbs is their versatility—unlike standard incandescent sources

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Favorite Fixture Friday

The Summer LED pendant. Breezes, sunshine and soaring box kites inspired this piece, which features rectilinear lines in a nod to the Arts & Crafts style.

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It is better to light a candle than curse the darkness.

Eleanor Roosevelt