Your home bathroom is meant to be an oasis. A quiet place where one can prepare for the day and wind down when the day is through. Having a space that meets the physical and emotional needs of the inhabitant is of paramount importance to a successful bathroom design. For dictating mood and aiding in grooming and preparation, few aspects are as important to a bathroom as lighting. There are several components to lighting a bathroom: general ambient illumination from wall sconces or ceiling lights, overhead lights for a shower or bathtub, …read more
Unobtrusive yet highly effective, recessed lighting has become an industry standard for modern clean aesthetics. The popularity of the humble pot light has spawned innumerous variations, and Eurofase is at the forefront of optimizing the adaptability of this type of lighting. Recessed lighting is not just for new homes, and can be seamlessly integrated into an older home while keeping the classical feel to the space. Additionally, due to the lack of upward travelling light beams, any flaws on your ceiling will be hidden from glare that would make them more apparent! …read more
We always love seeing our lights interpreted into different decors and are very happy to share this one with you.
This home in Florida used 3 of our Cameo pendants in their dining area. We are loving the open concept of the home and how perfectly the pendants are placed within the whole scheme.
It should also be noted how they used recessed lighting to showcase their artwork, …read more
If you are looking to upgrade your home while being sensitive to budget limitations, lighting is known to be an affordable way to enhance the décor, while increasing the value of your home when you are ready to sell.
The key is to focus on transitional pieces; fixtures that look good in a number of decors.
For the dining room, entry way or living room we selected three standout fixtures that are both contemporary and transitional.
For the other rooms in the house we suggest:
Recessed lighting is a great way to add a subtle luxury. …read more
Choosing lighting for your kitchen can be very overwhelming, so much freedom and options can leave you paralyzed with excitement or fear.
To make things easier, break it up into simple steps.
- Pick your big light fixture or statement piece first.
- Chandeliers over your table or island
- Pendants over the table, island or above your sink
- Island pendants
- Semi Flush mounts
2. Add recessed or track lights where extra lighting is required
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