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13 Important Facts About LED Lighting

When it comes to lighting your home, you want to use light bulbs that are efficient and energy saving while giving you the best light or the right light level ambiance. LED lamps produce less heat, however, they produce no I.R. (INFRARED RADIATION) as with their incandescent counterparts. They are available in a variety of decorating styles while offering all the biggest benefits of improved efficiency and even greater energy saving capabilities. We have a few facts about LED…

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ABOUT SHADES – WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW

It is very important to supply us with the correct measurements when requesting a quote for a customer lampshade.

Always use the formula “top diameter x bottom diameter x vertical height”.

Do not measure the slant by resting your tape measure on the angle of the shade. Place your tape measure on the inside of the lampshade and measure from top to bottom on the vertical. Always ensure your lampshade is resting on a flat surface when doing so.

How to measure a…

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CHOOSE THE PERFECT LAMP FOR ANY ROOM

It’s been said time and time again – a beautiful room can be completely undone if the lighting is done badly. Table and floor lamps normally fall under task lighting, but this is their time to shine and add some extra decorative flair to any space. We have some helpful tips for you:

 

YOUR LOUNGE

 We spend a lot of time in our living rooms, so a lamp needs to be functional and fit in with the décor of the space….

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Choosing the Right Lighting for your Home

Lighting should be seen as a critical, complementary component of the original architectural design. Bring to life the dream or conception from drawing on paper to reality by adding texture colour and contrast.

We have a few helpful ways that you can make sure your lighting is always on point.

 

LIGHT UP YOUR LIVING ROOM:

A living room is an area that you spend a lot of time in so the lighting needs to be just right. Balance and adaptability are key…

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