Curved LED Illuminated Monorail with Blue LED Generator and LED Illuminated Monorail Jelly Pendants in Blue, Cable suspended
LBL LED Illuminated Monorail System
LED Illuminated Monorail
Hand-bendable Monorail with a fiber-optic band of colored LED light.
State-of-the-art LEDs (Light Emitting Diodes) brilliantly illuminate through fiber optic cabling that runs through the center of LBL’s Monorail. Simply plug in a single-ended LED generator at the ends of the Monorail and you have a brilliant, glowing Monorail. Each LED only uses 3 watts of energy. 32′ of Monorail glows brightly with just two generators. The system is fully dimmable and easily expandable. Compatible with all LBL 2-circuit elements. (This system is not a 2-circuit system.)
Progress Lighting P9010-09, P9010-20 LED 10′ 120V Flex Track Kit
If you have been waiting to install monorail, Progress Lighting has made it easier and less expensive than ever.
The new Flex Rail Monorail kits have 10′ of rail and all of the components to install it in one easy kit. It uses line voltage, so you just wire it to a ceiling box just like any other ceiling fixture.
The kits come in P9010-09 Brushed Nickel or P9010-20 Antique Bronze finish. Continue reading →
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 →
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.