3 Great Reasons to Shop for Home Lighting Online

Written by Nicole Martins


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If You know What Youíre Looking for, Youíll Save Time

Granted, when you go to a quality lighting showroomrepparttar store will be aglow with chandeliers and light fixtures. What happens when you are looking for a particular brand or fixture and they simply donít have it in stock? Withrepparttar 141312 internet, knowing a particular fixture model or brand, means that you can search specifically for your product. This can also save yourepparttar 141313 time andrepparttar 141314 hassle of going torepparttar 141315 store and then having to wait whilerepparttar 141316 store to orders your particular fixture.

As Well as Interior Lighting, Find Top Brands for Landscape Lighting and Save

The most popular time to shop for exterior lighting is during spring and summer. With beautiful weather and people spending more time outdoors entertaining, this isrepparttar 141317 time to light up decks, patios, and landscapes to create ambiance, and safety. Inrepparttar 141318 front ofrepparttar 141319 home, with entry areas and walkways, exterior lamps and lighting are essential for safety and home security year round. Top exterior lighting manufactures of 12 volt, low voltage lighting includes: Focus and Arroyo Craftsman. Yet there are several other top lighting manufacturers that focus onrepparttar 141320 exterior niche as well. Take a look at Kichler, Progress, Hinkley and Sea Gull. If you are looking for name brand quality, one ofrepparttar 141321 best approaches is to comparison shop online. Then, find a reputable online lighting retailer that offers a low price guarantee (readrepparttar 141322 policy carefully). This way, you can getrepparttar 141323 best price available for that brand.

Nicole Martins is a contributing author and publisher to http://www.chandeliers-and-home-lighting.com, an online resource providing you with great information, articles of interest and reviews of the best selling chandeliers online.


Tips for Choosing a 'Safe' Paint Color for Your Walls

Written by Kathy Burns-Millyard


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If you prefer a cooler, airy look - chrome, glass and shades of icy blue - then select gray tones. Some stores will have a 'true gray' color swatch which you can use to compare with their designer selections. On comparison you will notice that each gray has undertones. Some will have blue or lavender tones, others may have green or even a hint of pink.

Usingrepparttar same guide as stated above, identifyrepparttar 141190 main colors of furniture and accessories inrepparttar 141191 room. Use green or pink toned greys with cool toned furnishings to avoid it from feeling like an ice box. Use blue or lavender undertones in rooms with warmer colored furnishings.

If you are really torn between beige or gray, thanrepparttar 141192 easiest color to work with is green. Keeping it in a muted tone will make it very easy to live with, and will work with most color palates.

Painting rooms with color will bringrepparttar 141193 finishing touch to your home - don't you deserve it?

Additional information and resources related to this article can be found at: http://www.diyhomedecorating.com/articles/2005-05/170/tips-for-choosing-a-safe-paint-color-for-your-walls/

© 2005 This article is provided courtesy of The Do It Yourself Home Decorating Network - http://www.diyhomedecorating.com This article may be freely published on any website, as long as the links are live, and this notice is left intact.


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