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Since I'm having difficulty blogging, I'll post here.

Years ago, I kept asking questions how light would be changed when they are so high up. Now, I realize a few things....if they are the right lights, they WILL last for years. And....good ladders DO travel.

I appreciate the flameless candles that Linda chose for the Great Room. We have them on a timer and just enjoy how it sets the mood within the room without having to think they'll cause a fire.

I also like the lighting above the windows in the room. It keeps the eyes from moving up and down within the space.

Sometimes, many of us just think of the light. I like the shadows and the designs that come from the metal pieces. How many pick up on the 'X' on the ceilings? Very clever!

This Smart Home appears to have many well lit rooms. And nowadays, there needs to be some Light.

Love the little details that were considered within this beautiful home!

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The lighting is very nice and the fact you can set them up on timers, you can have the light very easily right when you need them.

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