on most orders over $1500
on all orders over $1500
It`s in our nature to desire personalized objects, to own items that bend to our needs and taste. Everyday now thousands of DIY projects are being developed, fueling creativity, recycling and enhancing interior designs, backyard landscaping and workplaces. Despite popular belief most DIY projects are not actually cheaper then an end-bought product. The attention caught by this current is attributed to our inner selves, our permanent need to create, evolve and in some cases re-use, re-purpose items. This manifestation offers us a comforting state of well-being and accomplishment whilst offering the environment a small breath of fresh air with each project finalized . Regardless of the amount of money invested in the project the end result should look stunning, you should never settle for a result that "will just do", if you do then you might want to reconsider DIY projects, you might act for the wrong reason. The end result should be phenomenal, it`s your work and commitment and we are suggesting you, in the end, to consider enhancing it through light. Everything can be improved by light especially wood, the main material in DIY projects. The fiber and texture of wood can be emphasized through recessed lighting or accent lighting magnificently.
If you are going to work with pallets you should definitely consider adding light through the ensemble. Pallets are used as a module in DIY projects and when they're overlapped the pattern will filter light magnificently. Simply position some led lights underneath your brand new pallet bed and the results will be magnificent. Moreover the wood texture brings coziness and - warmth in your interior, why not enhance it through some recessed lighting?
Probably the most graphic DIY projects are wall hangers, wall decorative items, sculptural items offering a second life to old objects. You can simply enhance those through a Mono-Arc Picture Lamp or a Light Stick Wall Sconce. Light will reveal textures and color. Moreover you can create focal point in a group of wall decorative items by lighting up one of them.