Holiday Bright Lights is a new brand we’re bring you for this 2011 holiday season. They feature Light Links which is a new way to decorate your home for the holidays. There are 23 incandescent options and 12 LED Light links to choose from- below are just a few. If you don’t want to use […]
Below are tips to help you in designing your landscape lighting. This post will discuss cohesion, layering, focal points, quality of light and how it relates to landscape lighting. These are areas where most homeowners fail to spend time researching or implementing. Landscape lighting isnbt just about buying a one size fits all boxed set […]
The most common type of landscape lighting I see today are pathway and area lights. These lights are usually found lining the pathway up to a home and are often confused with one another because they are similar– but they are in deed different. A pathway light will have the bulb located in front of […]
Setting the mood? Huh, sounds like something out of a bad 70’s movie. Well in terms of outdoor lighting it’s not just turning them on or off. It’s about designing your landscape lighting in such a way as to invoke feelings of comfort, drama, and even mystery. OK, you think I’m over-romanticizing outdoor lighting, well […]
In most new kitchens you have different types of lighting fixtures that preform different jobs. For instance you probable have lights under your cabinets that light your counter tops. Because it allows you to perform a function it’s called task lighting. This article is about outdoor task lighting. This article will help you understand task […]
Myths, urban legends, mis-perceptions and sometimes outright lies. We know there are some crazy things that people have been told about Real Christmas Trees over the years. And this has led to a large number of confused consumers. While many of these myths can be traced back to the fake tree industry, many are like […]
Christmas Lighting Display set to Carol of the Bells, which is a fantastic song to use for this purpose. It’s a great display–worth the time to watch.
Christmas Lighting Display sequenced to The First Noel–sort of.
This sequenced Christmas Lighting display is set to Carol of the Bells which would be my favorite carol– if anyone could actually sing it by themselves. It’s impossible-too many harmonies but it’s great to hear.