Employing an independent lighting designer may seem like an odd choice for homeowners that have relied on electrical engineers and interior designers to take care of their lighting needs in the past. But when you make lighting a secondary job for others, it becomes an afterthought in your home. A lighting designer masters technical, scientific and stylistic fields to deliver bespoke solutions for their clients.
Keep to your workday schedule with a “Daytime” lighting scene that automatically activates at 9 am every day. As you head into your home office, bright white-blue ambient lights and desk lights greet you for optimal focus and concentration.
As you head to bed at the end of the day, prepare for restorative sleep with a “Bedtime” lighting scene you can activate from a bedside remote or tablet. Not only do lights dim gradually, but they switch to a warm, orange hue that induces relaxation.
Entertain in style with a “Party” lighting scene that activates lights in the kitchen and living room to a white-blue hue that keeps guests energized throughout the night. Add landscape lighting to the scene to encourage guests to gravitate to your beautiful outdoor spaces.
Transform your theater into the perfect viewing environment with a “Movie Night” lighting scene on your handheld remote or touchpad that dims recessed lights and decorative sconces while turning on floor track lighting for safe movement during the movie.
Adding motorized window treatments to your home greatly improves your morning, midday and evening routines while allowing you to experience upgraded climate management and lighting control, enhanced security and privacy, and an all-around improved quality of life in your home. With a vast array of beautiful fabrics and styles, you can create a set of window treatments that perfectly complements your existing decor. The added automation allows you to experience effortless control of your home with timers and scenes that will transform your space without you having to lift a finger.
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