To create a truly functional space, it's important to consider decorative, ambient, accent and task lighting.
Keep the upgrades subtle so that wall colors, floor finishes and well-integrated lighting can enhance the existing architecture.
Ambient lighting is crucial to the comfort of a space, as shown in this San Francisco interior design project.
Layered lighting in this restaurant adds to the ambience and helps reduce noise as well.
Neon lighting reminds us of days gone by and the bright lights in cities like Las Vegas. They also have a place as art, even in residential settings.
Lighting up outdoor spaces allow people to spend more time outdoors, especially now when we are sheltering in place.
Adjustable downlighting, while in the background, can create the right ambience for decor, even as it's changed up.
The Lighting Doctor Randall Whitehead shares his take on LED and holiday lights!
The Lighting Doctor shares tips for properly lighting all of those pandemic Zoom and video calls we've had to embrace.
The same four functions of light that we use inside play a role in outdoor lighting as well.
Subtly integrated lighting highlights the unique features of this home art installation.
Updating bulbs and other lighting technology in a home can lead to dramatic results.
On a recent trip to Amsterdam, Randall Whitehead noted upgrades made to historic lighting fixtures.
In this Minneapolis home, the decorative LED lighting fixtures steal the show.
The 5-acre display is an impressive use of solar-powered fiber optic lighting technology.
Inspired uses of color in Key West businesses.
Farallon Restaurant in San Francisco uses unique decorative lighting fixtures to set an aquatic scene.