Tina Solis. Lighting. August 01st , 2017.
Will the Low Voltage LED lamps work with my current transformer? Low Voltage LED lamps are compatible with magnetic transformers utilized with VAC lighting. If you have an electronic transformer with a single LED lamp might not work due to its very low power consumption. To work properly, most of the electronic transformers need a minimum load more than the 3-watt utilized by our LED spot lights. While connecting some LED lamps to a single transformer, the load augments to such a point where the utilization of an electronic transformer is acceptable.
Chair Rails: Protect your walls from scrapes and dents caused by movements of chairs hitting the walls by installing chair rails approximately 32 inches from the floor. Our wide selections of chair rails designs, from simple to ornate can also be used as a casing, base or panel molding.
Another simple and fun idea to add to your garden lighting is sting lights. String lights that use fiber optic lighting can be added to decks or used to decorate trees, shrubs and plants. A variety of adorable styles are available including butterflies, toads, flowers and dragonflies. These delicate lights add subtle lighting to drab areas while also adding attractive decor.
Corbels: Dress up your kitchen island, countertops, shelves and home bars with our wide selections of corbels that comes in many styles and sizes. Our lightweight corbels are easy to install and make beautiful accents to any room.
Cove lighting is a form of indirect lighting where the lighting fixtures are concealed and the light is directed towards the ceiling. The final illumination is soft and diffused. It works well when placed behind valances or crown moldings. Slim Surface LED is a Surface Mounted Led Downlight of low profile which can be used on ceiling or wall mount. It has a thick luminaire of 0.625 which presents the appearance of recessed downlight. Choose the best design in LED lighting and enhance your home.How To Design Event Lighting That Creates A Lasting Impact: You don't have to be an expert in lighting design to pull off an event with a professional look and feel, but you do have to give event lighting some thought. To help you out, Light Design have created a DIY guide to event lighting that is simple to follow and outlines the key questions to ask yourself.
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