Indoor lighting that incorporates aesthetics for decorative purposes in addition to functional lighting application.
Lighting intended to illuminate a specific area from a preferred direction or source.
Lighting devices or systems that provide dimming functionality, automated operation, and connectivity with other residential products through a central hub or interface, which can include smartphones, tablets, or other devices.
New and innovative fixtures that emit light directly through organic materials including lightweight, flexible thin plastics, glass, and sometimes even cloth, lending to countless aesthetic possibilities and lighting applications.
Component kits that allow traditional incandescent fixtures to be converted for use with energy efficient technologies. Typically include brackets, sockets, screws, quarter-turn fasteners, and a reflector.
Energy efficient alternatives to traditional incandescent bulbs—designed to fit incandescent fixtures.
Aesthetic and functional elements that translate to tangible user benefits.
Overall incorporation of energy efficient components.
Overall quality, beauty, and practicality of the light provided.