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Celebrate the Holidays Under the Right Light

Preparing a home for the holidays might bring to mind extensive decorations or a total remodel of a living or dining room. However, small changes through lighting can create a festive and comfortable environment with minimal effort. Welcome family and guests into your home Entryways are the first areas of a home to invite guests […]

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Lighting Fixtures 101: Wall Sconces

Lighting fixtures for the home are now available in any size and for any decor preference and placement in a room. Confused about the terminology for various types of fixtures? We’ve borrowed information from Better Homes and Gardens’ Lighting magazine to help “shed light” on your options! The beauty of wall lighting is that, along with […]

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Understated elegance, design flexibility: June 2013 introductions

Today’s interior design trends call for products that offer flexibility, efficiency and minimalist designs. In response, Progress Lighting has introduced multiple new collections and expanded current families to meet the wants and needs of homeowners and builders. New families and fixtures Invite is designed for understated elegance. Fixtures feature iconic scroll arms, dual-layer etched glass […]

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This week in lighting and home decor online

Check out our favorite articles and websites we found this week! Residential Lighting’s 2013 Dallas Market Preview “Holiday Lighting Inspiration” board on Pinterest What electrical distributors look for in a lighting manufacturer Wall sconces in sunroom discussion on Houzz

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The Right Way to Use Wall Sconces

[Our friends at Build.com share their expertise on the Progress Lighting blog. Enjoy!] Lighting your home may seem like a no-brainer, there’s definitely a better way to do it. And lighting with a wall sconce is no different. The first question to ask yourself is: What kind of lighting do I need from a wall […]