Kitchen Lighting Tips
Choose the right type of kitchen lighting with these tips.
Kitchen lighting isn't just fluorescents anymore. There's a wide array of options, from xenon to puck to halogen lighting.
Make sure to select a dimmer with the correct wattage for specific lighting needs.
Task lighting doesn't have to be ugly. Sconces are one option that will help get the job done, and they're easy on the eyes.
Don't forget: safety first. Don't take shortcuts such as bypassing a remodeling box when wiring. And always turn off the power at the source.
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Give potential homebuyers a fresh look at your kitchen with a combination of new ambient, task and decorative lighting.
Tips for Kitchen Lighting
A lighting plan should be an integral part of a kitchen remodel. Here are some of the main factors to consider.
Kitchen Lighting Design Tips
America's top lighting designers share their foolproof tips for creating the perfect lighting plan for your kitchen.
Basic Types of Kitchen Lighting
Tips on the three types of lighting most commonly found in kitchens.
Outdoor Christmas Lighting Tips
DIY Network's licensed electrician James Young shares tips and tricks for installing outdoor Christmas lighting properly so your joy lasts the whole season.
Four Tips for Cutting Bulb Glare
No one wants to deal with the unpleasant glare from bare light bulbs. Here are four options for reducing bulb glare in kitchen chandeliers.
Kitchen Lighting: Brilliance on a Budget
These tips for low-cost kitchen lighting are kind to your wallet and keep your kitchen shining in style.
How to Make a Wall Lamp Out of a Metal Vase
A wall sconce is constructed from an old metal vase, a swag light kit and a bracket that is normally used for hanging plants.
Learn how to light up your home, add curb appeal to the front yard or turn your backyard into evening entertaining space.
Types of Outdoor Lighting
Lighting down the garden simply adds an extra dimension to your enjoyment of the outdoor space. It helps to show visitors the way to your front door after dark and is an excellent burglar deterrent.
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