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Lighting Trends From the Pros

Written by Ferguson Bath, Kitchen & Lighting Gallery
Imagery by Ferguson Bath, Kitchen & Lighting Gallery

From dim to dazzling, lighting transforms any space. Beyond illumination, lighting can instantly change the look and style of a room from traditional to contemporary and everything in between. When selecting options for your next light fixture, consider these three lighting trends from the product experts at Ferguson Bath, Kitchen & Lighting Gallery.
Shine light on sharp edges, acute angles and clean lines. Aptly named “IlluminAngles,” this new lighting trend describes fixtures that combine an open framework and vibrant light source to illuminate geometric silhouettes.
Limitless LED
Focus your attention on LED. The artistic and seamless integration of LED bulbs and plates produces inventive ways to deliver energy-efficient illumination. The true beauty of LED lies in its limitless possibilities.
Artisanal Glass
Illuminate your appreciation for handcraftsmanship. Lighting fixtures with artisanal glass celebrate the time honored technique of molding cut glass into sophisticated shapes and exquisitely transparent forms. Although modern technology makes the process more efficient, each piece showcases a detailed application of skilled craftsmanship.
    When selecting your next lighting fixture, consider incorporating a trend the pros use to create a space that is functional and well-lit; and beautifully illuminates your style. For more information, visit your local Ferguson Bath, Kitchen & Lighting Gallery or to request an appointment with a knowledgeable lighting expert.    

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