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When selecting CFL (compact fluorescent) or LED (light-emitting diode) fixtures, be sure to check the lamp’s incandescent-equivalent wattage. For example, the light output of a 13-watt CFL is equivalent to a 60-watt incandescent. The wattage ratings measure how much electricity the bulb actually uses
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Wright Street Design Group Inc.
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Wright Street Design Group Inc.
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used low wattage (9 watt) fluorescent lamps in the boxes to keep the temperature low. Also an aluminum reflector isolates bulb from box. I definitely would not use incandescent bulbs. There may be a good LED solution out there that you may find meets your needs. I suggest experimenting a little- that's
They are a custom made 10" cubes, stained rift cut oak over a standard CFL light. We may be able to make more of these if you are interested, let me know. Stan Monroe
used low wattage (9 watt) fluorescent lamps in the boxes to keep the temperature low. Also an aluminum reflector isolates bulb from box. I definitely would not use incandescent bulbs. There may be a good LED solution out there that you may find meets your needs. I suggest experimenting a little- that's
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Red Hill Peninsula - An Unconventional Oasis with a Spark of Color
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incandescent bulbs for an easy change that will use 25 percent less energy than the old incandescent bulbs. To save even more energy, switch to compact fluorescent lamps (CFLs) or light-emitting diode (LED) bulbs, which use between 70 and 80 percent less energy than traditional incandescent bulbs. Be aware
aware that CFLs do contain a small amount of mercury, which means they must be recycled rather than thrown in the trash. See the CFL info page on the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA's) website for more information.
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Sheila Rich Interiors, LLC
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Spring Lake-Dining Room
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glasses, containers or vases that will hold the bulbs just above the water and allow room for root growth below. Pick vases that won't tip over when the large flowers bloom. Place a bulb in your vessel and add water until it just reaches the bottom of the bulb. Change the water once or twice a week by
replacing it with fresh, lukewarm water. Put the bulbs in a place that's cool (40 to 55 degrees) and dark until the roots develop and leaves begin to sprout. Bulbs that were prechilled will show growth in roughly three to four weeks, whereas regular bulbs take eight to 16 weeks. Note: The temperature
that will last another two weeks or so in a cool spot. Once the blooms have browned and died, throw out the bulbs. Water forcing uses every scrap of energy a bulb has to offer, so the bulbs will not rebloom.
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Jeff King & Company
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Master Bath
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slides up with shelving behind it, and a thin light strip below works as a night light. The hanging light in front is also Robern. The glass portion is CFL and the top ring is LED, with a motion censor in the ceiling that activates the LED light. The floor and shower tile is porcelainwood. The shower
with shelving behind it. There is a thin light strip below it that works as a night light. The hanging light in front is also from Robern. It has a CFL light in the glass portion and an led in the top ring. We have a motion sensor in the ceiling so that when you walk into the room, the top led turns
“"Robern" medicine cabinet/mirror and pendants for guest bath.” — terandray
Domicile Interior Design
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Domicile id
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standard incandescent sockets,” says Mark. “You can always get the latest, greatest bulb in a standard socket. Oftentimes the new-technology sockets get discontinued quickly, or they stop making bulbs for them. Be up-to-date on bulb technology but stick with a timeless socket.”
design rules, but I do believe that you should not be able to see the neck of the light bulb, or the lightbulb socket, from a standing or seated position. If you do, the lamp is probably too tall. The glare of a bare bulb isn't pleasant for anyone. I think tall table lamps give a room a bit of elegance
design rules, but I do believe that you should not be able to see the neck of the light bulb, or the lightbulb socket, from a standing or seated position. If you do, the lamp is probably too tall. The glare of a bare bulb isn't pleasant for anyone. I think tall table lamps give a room a bit of elegance.
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Javic Homes
Palma Ceia New Home Bedrooms
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The fan is a Minka Aire F648-ORB. The bulbs are CFL spiral, 13 watts.
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Ziger/Snead Architects
Woodvalley - Bathroom
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and it looks very nice, am quite pleased with it. Here is the link: http://www.target.com/p/Tripod-Floor-Lamp-Silver-Base-White-Shade-Includes-2-CFL-Bulbs/-/A-13361718
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