Low Voltage Myth
- Contrary to popular belief a ‘low voltage’ light does not mean low energy.
- A 50watt low voltage light uses 50watt of electricity – it’s just converted down from mains voltage so you end up with a brighter white light.
- These lights are also suitable for bathroom situations where there is water in use and the risk of injury by electrocution is minimized due to it being low voltage.
- When it comes to tight budgets we put our jewel theory into practice.
- By spending money on a ‘feature piece’ like a fantastic chandelier or piece of furniture that draws the eye, you can use less expensive finishes and materials in the other areas.
- It’s just a case of knowing how to get the right mix for the best results.
Modern’ is everywhere!
- Due to magazines and TV programmes the general public have a much better feel for how to create a ‘modern’ interior for their home or business premises.
- And to be quite frank, – to us it’s all starting to look a bit the same!
- There’s nothing better than creating your own unique image, maybe with links back to history and possibly a bit quirky, mixing old features with modern finishes.
- Enriching the end-user’s experience, making it memorable and setting you apart from the crowd is what really matters, especially in commercial interiors.
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