Tucked into a quiet hillside in the small town of Fairview, North Carolina, lies a beautiful contemporary home full of warm, earth tones and a cozy mountain feel. Sandie, an editor and designer, lives here with her musician husband and Whitney, a sweet, grey-faced golden retriever. Sandie spends many hours in her home office creating the Fairview Town Crier, a local paper, and working for other local organizations including the Fairview Business Association. The lighting in her office was adequate but put off too much heat in the small, 12 x 12 room.Read More
Confused by all of the light bulbs and wattage options out there? Whether you’re trying to decide on going green with LED lights, or you’re working on a budget and need something long lasting, we may be able to help out. Before you make any hard-pressed decisions, check out this quick and easy breakdown of some of the most popular light bulbs out there!
Standard Incandescent – These are more than likely what’s found throughout your home today. They have already been completely phased out in Australia and a few other countries, and are slowly but surely on their way out the United States. Standard incandescent bulbs produce light by heating a filament wire to an extremely high temperature until it glows. Since the wire heats up to as high as 5,000˚ Fahrenheit, the exterior glass can get as hot as 500˚ F. Their temperatures aren’t exactly safe when there are young children around, but with their low upfront costs, thousands of homes still use them today.Read More