Information To Illuminate Your Next Project
Design Details is your guide to selecting the perfect fixtures for your next lighting project. Our product experts at Ferguson Bath, Kitchen & Lighting Gallery shed light on tips and trends to transform your space into a reflection of you.
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Two-tone finish pairings offer more flexibility to coordinate with existing home décor and future updates. A mixed metal finish, such as antique bronze and natural brass, will also complement a wide variety of faucets and fixtures in the kitchen and bath.
Dial up the glam with either the introduction of modern crystal or by incorporating warm brass finishes into your space.
A solid wood chandelier accented by a hand painted finish is well suited for farmhouse interiors or a rustic yet modern coastal chic style.
Respect the Bulb
When a fixture's light source is on full display, complete the look with stylish bulbs.
Available in a variety of attractive
shapes, vintage-style LED bulbs
offer nostalgic attributes
that blend seamlessly
into modern designs.
Consider showcasing the intricate hand-made filaments of vintage bulbs when the light source is exposed.
Use decorative outdoor fixtures that provide functional lighting and also elevates the look and feel of your outdoor entertaining area.
Cast aluminum resists corrosion, fading, chipping and peeling from the sun.
Select a pocket light design that casts a warm glow on stone or other unique building materials.
Achieve perfect pendant placement by selecting the right size. Use oversized pendants to proportionately accommodate large kitchen islands and open dining areas.
Hand-clean textured glass with a damp cloth, just as you would crystal or fine stemware.
Use thin and sleek LED lighting to provide the correct proportion for visual balance without overshadowing the vanity area.
Everything has a place and lighting is no exception. The perfect location will showcase the fixture's beauty and aid in balanced illumination.
When replacing vanity lighting, linear designs offer a variety of installation options
Let's Be Clear
Fixtures with clear glass offer style and design without obstructing views. Ideal for small spaces and rooms with standard ceiling heights, clear glass fixtures can provide a more open feel.
For a transitional streamlined design choose fixtures that pair clear glass with a nickel finish.
With a simple twist or turn, adjustable fixtures can adapt to your space and personal style preferences. The flexibility of these interactive pieces provides greater options when selecting home decor.
Shapes – Round vs. Rectangle
How to choose? Hint: Start with the existing furniture, textures and colors in the room. Consider the wall covering, style of the window treatments and dominant shapes.
Still can't decide? Select a fixture that artfully pairs the shapes together in a singular design.
Consider using crystal or glass elements to help reflect natural light.
Effects of Light Output
Get two-for-one design with fixtures that reflect and refract light through glass spheres to project an array of dazzling shadows. Ideal for use in a foyer, over a dining table or in a powder room, the artistic light output adds a dramatic focal point to any room.
Led: What You Should Know
- Outdoor Use: LED is ideal for outdoor applications as it is not affected by extreme climates.
- Cost Effective: Initial investment is recouped in energy savings, maintenance reduction and low replacement costs.
- Versatile: LED lighting is available as bulbs, replaceable modules or can be fully integrated into the light fixture.
- Lumens vs. Watts: Lumens express brightness, while watts measure how much power or electricity is used to power the bulb.
- Color Temperature is measured in kelvins. A 2700K-3000K bulb will deliver a warm color similar to incandescent lighting.
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