Interior Design Center - Inspiration, Resources, Trends

Bathroom Lighting

Lighting

What kind of lighting should I use in a bathroom with two sinks?

Littman Bros Lighting |  2013-11-08

There are many options for bathroom lighting – pendants, wall sconces and vanity lights over the mirror are all common ways to light your bathroom. The best lighting for applying makeup and shaving for around the sink is soft light positioned equally on either side of your face; both pendants and sconces can achieve this…

Lighting

Candice Olson: Original Bathroom Lighting Designs

Littman Bros Lighting |  2013-06-20

Candice Olson, the design star of HGTV’s “Divine Design”, has an elegant, stylish lighting collection exclusively through AF Lighting; each piece within the line is personally designed by Olson and crafted by AF Lighting, revealing the distinctiveness that is the trademark of her designs. AF Lighting carries both traditional and contemporary products from Olson that…

Lighting

Choose Your Lighting to Set the Right Mood

Littman Bros Lighting |  2013-04-24

Lighting can impact the experience of a room more than any other architectural element. Besides the obvious function, lighting can be used to evoke predetermined emotional responses. The first step in lighting a space is to think about its functionality; how do you plan on using the space? Will your dining room be strictly for…

Lighting

The Best Lighting for your Bathroom

Littman Bros Lighting |  2013-01-31

The first priority when lighting you bathroom is not making the space look good, but rather making you look good, the most ideal and flattering light possible. In order to create this satisfying and flattering glimmer of light for you in your bathroom is to start with lights that illuminate on either side of the…

Interior Design

Lighting Guide: Make a small room feel spacious

Littman Bros Lighting |  2012-03-09

Lighting Tips: Make a small room feel bigger When windows are limited in any room, it can be challenging to disperse natural sunlight. The best way to optimize lighting in a small space is to multiply the light sources. If you use only one type of light, it can in turn make the room actually…