My latest Houzz article shares four ways to brighten up these long, dark nights at home. I forgot to add that wearing an LED headlamp might also help, but anyone who lives with you will get very annoyed. On second thought, stick with the four options in the article. Click on the image below, and... Continue Reading →
I am delighted that Houzz.com continues to publish my stories in their news feed and newsletters. This week I pulled together information from several of my languageoflight.blog posts and a handful of images from the vast photo library on Houzz to simplify chandelier/dining room pendant purchasing. I made use of common wisdom and a few... Continue Reading →
Need to choose downlights for your home? I took a stab at simplifying the process (there are literally thousands of possibilities) in my latest Houzz.com article. Check it out by clicking the link below.
While at a business lunch a few hours ago, I had to look up today's sunset time so I could arrange to meet the client at the project site after dark to view the new lighting. My weather app told me 8:15. That's good for tonight, as I won't have to stay awake as long.... Continue Reading →
If you're looking to review the layers of light and apply them to your living room, my article on Houzz.com (link below) would be a good place to start. In addition to my oh-so-nifty sketch, you'll find photographic examples of each layer from multiple projects in multiple styles. Enjoy!
My latest story published on Houzz.com (link below) features photos from Houzz's deep archive of photos and a sketch that simplifies patio lighting into six ideas. Writing the articles is a fun challenge. How do I make lighting design digestible? Any suggestions you have are welcome. 🙂
If you have a ceiling, you may want to consider lighting it. Especially if you can incorporate some variation to the ceiling, and one of the techniques discussed on my Houzz article.
I enjoy crafting articles on Houzz.com for a number of reasons, including having access to millions of photographs of beautiful projects. When writing the most recent article (link below), I found dozens of examples of lighting stone and brick to include. But my favorite aspects of the process are figuring out how to simplify my... Continue Reading →