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|Commissioning Ecclesiastical Stained Glass Windows by Garth Evans, Recclesia Stained Glass|
As producers of commissioned stained glass, the studio at Recclesia is often asked where to start with the commissioning process. The process of commissioning a window can be quite overwhelming and a little daunting – but don’t worry, we’re here to help and have lots of clients who will testify to how easy and enjoyable we make the process! As a starting point, we have put together a point by point guide to commissioning your new window.
Categories: Lighting, Property, Interiors
|From Fish Oil to Chandeliers; Early Domestic Lighting by Karen Wallis Smith|
The truth of early domestic lighting is that there wasn’t much for many centuries. From prehistoric time s to the Middle Ages, the central hearth was the hub of family life in both humble homes and grand halls. As the main source of light, as well as heat, open fires were essential; unfortunately the smoke was rather unappealing.
Categories: Lighting, Interiors, History, Country Life Articles
|Georgian Lighting by Michael Bidnell|
Artificial light was a complex business in Georgian England and candles were something of a luxury............
Categories: History, Interiors, Lighting
|How to interior design a period property by Francoise Murat|
A successful interior is one that comfortably blends the twenty-first century with a sensitivity for the period style, without descending into period pastiche. Find out more here...
Categories: Lighting, Listed Buildings, Interiors, Country Life Articles
|Lighting through the ages by Karen Wallis-Smith of Fritz Fryer Antique Lighting|
“What have the Romans ever done for us?”
Categories: Lighting, Interiors, History
|Low Energy Lighting – don’t be left in the dark by Neil Quinn - Yiangou Architects|
Due to the recent changes to lighting regulations and the halt in production of incandescent light bulbs, it is imperative that homeowners understand the options and implications when lighting their own home, whether it is an existing property or a new build. Guidance from a professional, such as an architect, is crucial to ensure the right solutions are sought to create an attractive lighting scheme.
Categories: Lighting, Property, Listed Buildings, Country Life Articles
|Stained Glass - Commissioning a Specialist by Amanda Winfield|
The words ‘stained glass’ usually conjure up images of religious figures poised in saintly rapture, rose windows studded with bright blue and vibrant red fragments of glass, found in churches and cathedrals up and down the country.
Categories: Lighting, Property, Door Furniture, Country Life Articles
|W.A.S Benson and Arts & Crafts by Karen Wallis-Smith – Fritz Fryer|
Lighting designer William Arthur Smith Benson was an integral part of the Arts & Crafts movement
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