Although most of us are aware that light pollution washes out the night sky and wastes energy, did you know that excessive light at night can interrupt circadian rhythms and mess with our melatonin levels?(more…)
We’ve seen a lot of barns over the years. Everything from two stalls to 20 stalls and working barns to man-cave barns all made even more beautiful with our American-made lighting.
One of our newest favorite barns comes from the talented folks at Houses & Barns by John Libby. With an in-house architect, designer, and plenty of timber framers, this crew creates barns with an eye toward timeless design and quality construction meant to last.(more…)
Although Maryland is one of the smallest states in the Union, there is plenty of geographical diversity packed within its borders. From the shores of the Atlantic in Ocean City, up the Chesapeake Bay to Annapolis and Baltimore, to the grandeur of Appalachia in the western regions, anyone can find their happy place in Maryland.(more…)
When Hildegard Vasquez took on the complete renovation of a 1930s-era home in Panama’s historic district, her goal was to rescue the historical essence of the building. With a keen eye for detail and painstaking care, the architectural director for Hache Uve transformed the empty shell into a warm and inviting bed-and-breakfast called Las Clementinas.(more…)
The highly anticipated announcement of Pantone’s 2020 Color of the Year has been released.
When looking to freshen up a space in your home, there are many options all with varying price points. New paint is relatively cheap and easy, but updated lighting also offers a budget-friendly change and demonstrates what a difference one single element, like good lighting, can make.(more…)