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LED technology makes great advances each year. This section keeps up with new products and reports the innovative ways people are now using LED lighting.

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Outdoor LED Today

Across designs, these long and lean modern wall sconces bring character and lasting light to any home exterior.   The sophisticated Dahlia from Kichler comes in an Architectural Bronze finish and…

LED Vanity Light

Measuring 27 inches long by six inches wide, the LED vanity light from Dainolite looks sleek in its Polished Chrome finish. The LED bulbs make it an energy efficient lighting option for the bathroom…

Kattari Wall Sconce

The Kattari from Kuzco Lighting features a contemporary curved die-cast aluminum shape. The 18-inch curve is attached to a square mounting plate with concealed fasteners. The LEDs diffuse an even…

Brut Pendant with Condor Arm

Kuzco's single Brut pendant with a bubble encased crystal cylinder can be converted to a wall sconce with the Condor arm, shown here. The pendant is finished in chrome and equipped with 120V, 9W…

New in LED: Portable Possibilities

Decorative LED continues to make strides — these table and floor lamp options will surely be on your hit list this summer.

What’s the Most Effective Way to Illuminate a Closet?

TIP 1: Look at the time! When you’re getting dressed in the morning, often it’s still dark, so you’re depending on the illumination in your closet to make clothing selections. If the sun was out, we…

Golden Lighting Announces Lighting Design Competition Results

Golden Lighting announced this week the winners of its collegiate-level design competition open to Florida State University Students. FSU students were taught the basics of lighting design and asked…

THIN Multiples

From Juniper, THIN Multiples is a collection of ultra-thin linear LED arrays providing a functional light source with adaptable outputs to complete design schemes of every classification. The Dyad,…

PURillume Creates Personal Lighting Experiences

Light matters. The latest research shows that bright light in the morning and low light in the evenings help regulate circadian rhythms, which means more sleep and better health overall. In an…
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