House Beautiful’s regular feature The Essentials; Solutions for the Busiest Rooms in the House tackles bathrooms in the February 2017 issue.
The article Renovating: Just Add Water states “Our primer on master-bath renovations has real talk on budgeting, who-knew insights, and a roundup of necessary luxuries.” It ranges from quick tips for a minor face-lift to sound advice for a total revamp. Continue reading →
Contemporary Kitchen with Kichler 42246NI semi flush ceiling lights and Design Pro LED 2700K cabinet lights
For many of us, the kitchen is the most important room in the house. It’s not just where we cook. It’s the center of family life. It’s where the children play with pots and pans and do homework. It’s where we hang out and talk. Continue reading →
Bruck Lighting’s New GalaxZ Simplifies Daylight Harvesting
Daylight Harvesting means using as much natural sunlight as possible instead of electric lighting. Of course this uses less energy and costs less money. Win-Win!
Daylight Harvesting lighting control systems dim or switch off electric lighting when there is more natural sunlight.
Bruck Lighting’s New GalaxZ
Control in commercial applications is crucial to sustainable lighting design. GalaxZ fulfills the LEED® requirements for efficiency with the use of individual integrated Daylight harvesting sensor and drivers without the need for extensive wiring installation or expensive commissioning.
GalaxZ is ideal for general lighting applications where 54w T5HO would be used. A raceway design along a linear line voltage track or canopy mount can illuminate retail, hospital, school cafeteria and classrooms, hallways, grocery store isles, conference tables, office or warehouse low bay applications.
What’s the best way to add overhead lights to a tall ceiling?
For soaring ceilings in urban lofts and suburban great rooms, pliable low-voltage systems work magic, says designer Rey-Barreau. He prefers the Monorail system, right.