Closet Lighting With Style

By Clarissa Allison | July 15th, 2016 For many homeowners and renters alike, maximizing the space of closet areas can be challenging, whether you have a large dressing area or a tight space with a few shelves. However, both scenarios require new lighting sources to make them functional.  If you’re currently grappling with a newly… Read more

Closet Lighting Done Right

Monorail Lighting FAQs

By Clarissa Allison | July 8th, 2016 Monorail Lighting Monorail Lighting is an inventive alternative to conventional track lighting. Monorail is a low or line-voltage, two-conductor rail that can be cut to custom lengths before installation.  It is available in single-or two-circuit configurations, and sections may be joined together using connectors, to create longer runs.… Read more

Monorail Lighting at Louie Lighting

Saving Energy Today Shapes Our Tomorrow

By Clarissa Allison | July 1st, 2016 On this week’s blog, we focus on the “why’s” and “how’s” of energy conservation: Why is energy efficiency in lighting important and how does it help us in our every day lives? How is taking responsibility for our carbon footprint by using lighting, shaping the future? We’ve also included… Read more

Saving Energy Today Shapes Our Tomorrow

Dream Big With Low Voltage Cable Lighting

Are you looking for lighting that fulfills all your needs and at the same time looks modern and creates aesthetic appeal? The solution is Cable Lighting. When we think of general lighting one of the most popular fixtures we see are the recessed cans on the ceiling. We all know them well as we see… Read more

Dream Big With Low Voltage Cable Lighting

Trending: Rustic Farmhouse Lighting

By Clarissa Allison | June 10th, 2016 When it comes to farmhouse style, there are guidelines but no hard and fast rules. You may enjoy anything from metal barn lights and industrial chandeliers, to classic mason jar pendants. The common thread that all farmhouse styled lighting shares is the antique, casual and streamlined appeal of… Read more

Rustic Farmhouse Lighting

5 Common Lighting Misconceptions

By Clarissa Allison | June 3rd, 2016 The lighting industry grows and changes, and many common misconceptions have arisen. New technology sees the movement towards energy conscious lighting alternatives. There are even some myths regarding our old standby, the incandescent bulb, that may surprise you! Read on for some enlightening facts on illumination: Myth: LED’s can… Read more

5 Common Lighting Misconceptions

Your Ultimate Ceiling Fan Guide

By Clarissa Allison | May 27th, 2016 Choosing The Perfect Ceiling Fan Before purchasing a new ceiling fan, there are several factors to consider in order to ensure it will be the perfect fit for your home. Will your new ceiling fan be the right size for the kitchen nook? Will you or guests bonk your head… Read more

Ultimate Ceiling Fan Guide

The 4 Best Lighting Hacks For Summer

By Clarissa Allison | May 20th, 2016 As nice as it is to have a professionally made, artisan crafted item proudly displayed in your living room, being creative and producing a work of art on your own has a unique appeal. If you need a cool project to try your hand at this weekend, take… Read more

The 4 Best Lighting Hacks For Summer

Selecting The Right Statement Lighting

By Clarissa Allison | May 13th, 2016 Statement lighting is an easy way to display the personality of your home without the commitment of re-painting an entire room or purchasing a host of new furnishings. Upgrading your lighting alone will refresh your surroundings and can even lower energy costs when chosen wisely. Read on for… Read more

Selecting The Right Statement Lighting

Great Options For Restaurant Lighting

By Clarissa Allison | May 6th, 2016 Lighting is an aspect of ambiance that most people aren’t consciously aware of. Without realizing it, lighting can impact our mood, make tasks easier, increase safety, and make an incredible impact on how your home or business is perceived.  Imagine booking a reservation at restaurant. You will notice… Read more

Great Options For Restaurant Lighting