How to Pull Off the Edison Bulb Trend

By Contributing Writer Clarissa Caouette for tidytn.com | August 4th, 2017 The vintage look of the Edison bulb is all the rage right now. With the orange, candle-like glow these bulbs cast and their classic-became-trendy shape, they are seen all over the place today, be it at special events, in coffee shops, and on restaurant patios. There is… Read more

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At Herman Miller Mid-Century Is Modern Again

“Good design, like good painting, cooking, architecture or whatever you like – is a manifestation of the capacity of the human spirit to transcend its limitations.” (George Nelson) By Clarissa Allison | December 16th, 2016 The appeal of the George Nelson Bubble lamps is global. From California and New York to Europe and Australia, customers… Read more

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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

Get Creative with Art Nouveau Inspired Lighting

By Clarissa Allison | August 7th, 2015 The decorative forms of the Art Nouveau movement aren’t as ubiquitous as they once were. It’s hard to believe that just over a century ago, the graphic paintings and posters of Alphonse Mucha as well as the glass designs of René Jules Lalique were indicative of an international… Read more

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