When you start shopping for lighting, one of the first things you’ll encounter is a series of terms such as wattage, lumens, and Kelvin. This article explains these terms so you can make informed decisions about the lighting that best suits your needs and preferences.
When designing a child’s space, be it a bedroom, playroom, or study corner, lighting plays a pivotal role in creating a warm, inviting, and imaginative atmosphere. At Mahlander’s, we understand the importance of selecting the right lighting fixtures to cater to your child’s needs, foster creativity, and provide a safe environment. So let’s explore what you should consider when choosing lighting for your child or kids’ space, so you can make an informed decision that sparks their imagination and ensures their well-being.
Each spring and fall, the Home Builders of the Sioux Empire sponsors the Parade of Homes. Newly-built homes are open for tours, allowing visitors to see the latest trends in home building. Below are some tips for getting the most out of the event.
When it comes to creating the perfect bathroom oasis, lighting plays a pivotal role that often goes underestimated. There’s more to it than simply matching your style; you need to be sure you not only have enough light, but also the right kind of light to make your bathroom lighting solutions versatile, beautiful, and effective long-term – considerations that are often overlooked.
Shopping for lighting today can be great fun – or it can be a complete headache. We’d much rather you enjoy the process. There are advantages to shopping at your local lighting showroom. Among the benefits are seeing the fixtures you’re considering in person, expert advice, personalized planning, and service after the sale. We encourage you to visit your local showroom for an enhanced, complete, and full-service experience.
This summer, Mahlander’s is fortunate to have a talented young woman on staff as an intern in our lighting sales department. Akeela is a recent graduate of the South Dakota State University School of Design, and we are excited to have her aboard. We’d like to introduce you to both of them.
Midcentury Modern (MCM) design is back in style in a big way. We’ve seen a lot of throwbacks to the iconic lighting styles that were popular when MCM was first developed. Today’s styles are often adaptations of some of the staples of the movement in decades past.