The festive season is here and lights are appearing in shop windows and across our cities, twinkling brightly on trees and buildings. Many residential areas have a ‘Christmas House’ (or a whole street) that seems to be competing to see how many lights it’s humanly possible to put on a building.
Autumn has arrived with a colourful flourish and it seems like the perfect opportunity to talk about one of the perks of the season... curling up with a good book. Whether reading a paperback, e-reader or tablet, here are our tips to get the right reading light and reading environment:
Halogen light bulbs will be banned in the UK as a result of EU legislation effective from 1 September. The legislation is designed to push consumers and businesses into switching to energy efficient LEDs. Here’s everything you need to know about the ban and how it will affect you.
In this article we begin to explore the important impact that the quality and quantity of light has on our sense of wellbeing and ability to carry out daily tasks. How would you feel about working in the space in the photo? Inspired, energetic, enthusiastic...? Unlikely.
If you are thinking of renovating, selling or renting out a property, the results of several National and International surveys were released during 2017-18 and provide evidence that good lighting is an important factor in perceived property value, ‘kerb-appeal’ and buying decisions.