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Dimmer switches and lighting tricks for home staging

You can dim lights just slightly to extend lamp life and save energy, without the change in light level being noticeable.

When we stage a home we use a low-watt bulb which enables the Realtor to switch on the lamps to create an appealing glow in each room. Most homes work with a combination of warm and cool tones to provide what is normal to the eye. Balance and layering are the two keys to success. Now what wattage would I need to read the latest Billy Connolly’s novel? LOL!

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