For some reason, when we moved into our house, many of the trims for the recessed lighting were missing. At $(removed), they are pretty expensive for what you get - a ring of plastic and a disc of frosted glass. Recently I discovered these recessed LED light kits, which include LED lights built into trims. You get 4 for $(removed) (I've seen them as low as $(removed) for 4), making them cheaper than the trims!
They are dimmable, they don't buzz, and were super easy to install. I love them and I'm going to replace every recessed light in the house with them.
And you thought that the Reveal fake sunlight-through-trees projector that I posted about last month was spendy at $320! Mitsubishi’s new LED faux skylights will sell for $6000-$7000 depending on the model. The LEDs change color to simulate “morning glow and sunset.” From Mitsubishi Electric, translated via Chrome: Mitsubishi Electric Corporation uses a unique structure […]
Brooklyn lighting designer/artist Adam Frank’s Reveal product is a projector system to create a gauzy, ethereal effect of sunlight streaming through shadowy trees. This will be ideal for my underground lair and loaning out to the neighborhood haunted house on Halloween. The Reveal is $280 for halogen $320 for the LED model. It includes five […]
Available from Banksy’s delightful new homewares shop Gross Domestic Product, the “Met ball” “home entertainment lighting system is made from an old Police riot helmet and approximately 650 little mirrors.” It is a limited, signed edition of 15 and sells for £500.00. The Gross Domestic Product shop will reportedly only be open for business for […]
With everybody working from home now, it’s natural to start thinking about careers where not going into the office is more the norm than the exception. Better yet, many are looking to start careers as freelancers, professionals who build their livelihoods around the scope of their talent and not the fortunes of one all-encompassing employer. […]
“The way to have power is to take it.” — Boss Tweed. We think an 18th-century political power broker probably had a different definition of power in mind when he made that statement, yet the sentiment still applies. We’ve all got devices all but falling out of our pockets and the need for power to […]
If the last 50 years of education have taught us nothing else, it’s that it often requires different tactics to best reach different learners. To pick up a foreign language, some students take best to the old-school high school language lab method, using heavy repetition, verb conjugation and grammar emphasis to embed a new language. […]