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Kitchen Lighting Ideas Centered Around Function

Danielle Littman |  2010-02-22

Whether you’re preparing meals, reading the newspaper or hanging out with family or friends, the kitchen is a constant place of activity that require sufficient lighting to accomplish everyday tasks and provide a comfortable setting.  A well construction lighting plan will transition the kitchen lighting through each activity or function. Because kitchens are in use…

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The Essential Components of Bathroom Lighting

Danielle Littman |  2009-11-12

Proper bathroom lighting is important to ensure that your space will emit ample amounts of illumination.  Selecting the right layers of lighting for a bathroom will allow you to create a highly functional space.  Function and fashion are combined in this setting to make sure lighting is layered with both ambient and accent fixtures, as well as task…

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The Basics of Bedroom Lighting

Danielle Littman |  2009-10-09

Whether you have a small bedroom or master suite, you want to be able to have a bedroom function for more than just sleeping. Bedroom lighting consists of layers that light the room as a whole, as well as provide specific task oriented illumination.  While the bed remains the focal point, the room’s space might…

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Dining Room Lighting from Functional to Formal

Danielle Littman |  2009-09-16

Today’s dining rooms reflect our changing lifestyles. Once used solely for daily dining, this room has become more multi-purpose. During the week, the dining room is used as a work zone for homework and crafts. On the weekends and special occasions it becomes a gathering place for parties and meals. In the flick of a…