Published at Saturday, October 17th 2020, 03:39:43 AM by Ada Muller. Ceiling Lamp.
Savings in cost and CO2 emissions using compact fluorescents are made using the following assumptions: (a) the cost of one unit of power (1kWh) is 12p in UK prices. (b) the cost of one retro-fit CFL is 42p - this is a Megaman 'My Planet' 15W lamp, taken from the author's website. Some other lamps are more expensive, but this is a basic CFL, suitable for most applications. The cost of an similar incandescent bulb is 39p. (c) the lifetime of the bulb is 10000 hours (compared with 1000 hours for the average incandescent). Again there are longer and shorter lifetimes of both types, but these are typical values. (d) the energy dissipation of a CFL is one-fifth that of an incandescent for the same light output. (e) the bulb is used for an average of 4 hours a day.
Published at Wednesday, August 26th 2020, 06:33:41 AM. wall sconce lighting By Cheryl Schneider.
Lampshades made of rawhide are easy to decorate with, fitting into just about any home decorating style. Rawhide leather lamp shades are also made in many colors to make it possible for interior decorators to use any color pallet. Try including rawhide shades in your decorating project and see for yourself how well they pull together your southwest design theme.