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  1. Tips for Effective Pathway Lighting

    As we approach the warmer months of the year, it’s likely you are planning how to best utilize your home’s outdoor space. From ensuring you have enough outdoor seating to keeping your patio well lit to ensure you and your guests can enjoy each other’s company well after the sun goes down, lighting is important to more than just the interior of your home. It is especially important that your…Read More

  2. Cleaning Your Hanging Crystal Chandelier

    A chandelier can be the decorative focal point of any room. However, if it’s covered in dust and dirt, the effect can be severely lacking. With the crystal and fragility of these fixtures, it can be daunting to attempt to clean and shine your chandelier, even if it is necessary. We want to assure you that cleaning your lighting fixture is nothing to worry about. The Lighting One of Cincinnati t…Read More

  3. Tips to extend your outdoor living spaces all year round

    The prevalence and popularity of outdoor living comforts are on the rise, as homeowners become accustomed to the many benefits exterior spaces have to offer. With cooler and shorter days just around the corner, now is the time to start preparing the outdoor spaces of your home for relaxing and entertaining that will transcend the seasons. Don’t let the darkness chase you indoors; with the right…Read More

  4. Thoughts on Shopping Small

    Each year, the Saturday after Thanksgiving is proclaimed "Small Business Saturday". Everyday millions of customers visit the large corporate box stores for good reason - they offer a wide variety of goods at a reasonable price. So I began to think, what does a small business like ours and others within our community have to offer that the big box stores don't? I can think of many ways to answer t…Read More

  5. Can contemporary design include crystal chandeliers?

    Written by: Vicki Payne Source: The Charlotte Observer Trying to maneuver through the rules of the design world can sometimes feel like walking across a minefield. We want to categorize every product as traditional, contemporary, rustic, lodge, industrial, modern or French country. We are so concerned about those labels that we often second-guess our design decisions. In reality, you can make alm…Read More

  6. Take the Guess Work Out of Shopping for New Light Bulbs

    It's been over 2 years now since regulations changed requiring light bulbs to use 25% to 80% less energy. Consumers are still trying to understand which bulbs to purchase to replace their existing 100W, 75W, 60W, and 40W bulbs. I recently found the article below from the U.S.Department of Energy's website which I hope you find helpful. On our "How To" page I have also uploaded a video that helps …Read More

  7. Incandescent Light Bulb Changes for 2014

    By Mary Boone - reprinted from Feeling in the dark about lightbulbs? You're not alone. New federal regulations regarding the sale of incandescent lightbulbs are a little confusing. Many consumers mistakenly believe the new standards, included in the Energy Independence and Security Act of 2007, ban the sale of incandescent bulbs. Not true. Rather, the federal government has placed new eff…Read More

  8. Innovative Use of LED Wall Sconces

    Every now and then you run across one of those situations where finding the right light to meet your need can be very frustrating. That was the case here where the homeowners, Dr. and Mrs. Zalta, had very little room between the top of their exterior patio door and the patio ceiling. I must admit that this picture does not show the true magnificence of the deck/patio combination and finding the r…Read More

  9. Getting Personal with Lighting

    For years my wife has been after me to finish the basement, a place to entertain, watch movies, a place for friends and family to gather. I had lots of excuses not to, heating ducts were in the way, plumbing would have to be moved, etc, etc. So finally after much prodding, I took on the task. As I have been around residential construction most of my life, I knew we had to start with a good plan. …Read More


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