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my project is now close to completion.....my last post I was deciding what to do with kitchen cabinet doors and the suggestions were to paint and everyone offered color choices. Well I liked the taupe idea and now need help narrowing it down for upper/lower and island base.i have posted pictures including backsplash tile. Your opinion would be greatly appreciated. Slight hint of brown/gray Pantry will stay the same. There is pine paneling on other walls. Sherwin Williams…

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About this item Energy efficient: Philips LED Non Dimmable A19 Frosted Light Bulbs uses 80 percent less energy than 60 Watt Incandescent Bulbs while maintaining the look and feel of a classic light bulb Long lasting: These Philips LED bulbs last 10x longer than incandescent and halogen bulbs; Each light bulb is expected to deliver a lifetime of up to 10,950 hours and 10 years of light (based on 3 hours per day), saving you the cost of frequent bulb replacement Soft White: Philips LED Non…

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Evelina Šiugždienė
Choosing the right bulbs will make or break your lighting plan! Do you choose warm, soft, daylight, natural, cool? There are too many to trust the name, instead trust the temperature of the bulb. My go-to bulb temperature is between 2700-3000 Kelvin. It has a warm glow and makes your space bright and cozy. AND, make sure all your light bulbs are the same Kelvin temperature, or else your home will look like it has multi-colored polka dots and no one wants that. Lights, Architecture, Choosing Light Bulbs, Light Bulb Wattage, Light Bulbs, Daylight Bulbs, Lighting Guide, Lighting Plan, Home Lighting

Choosing the right bulbs will make or break your lighting plan! Do you choose warm, soft, daylight, natural, cool? There are too many to trust the name, instead trust the temperature of the bulb. My go-to bulb temperature is between 2700-3000 Kelvin. It has a warm glow and makes your space bright and cozy. AND, make sure all your light bulbs are the same Kelvin temperature, or else your home will look like it has multi-colored polka dots and no one wants that.

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Amy Rebekah Interiors