One Source Lighting Design Showroom
THE LARGEST LIGHTING SHOWROOM ON THE WESTERN SLOPE
Welcome To One Source Lighting
One Source Lighting has over 75 years combined experience in the lighting and electrical industry originally established in 1998 by Matt Thesing. Currently we have a very experienced, highly qualified staff, specializing in both commercial and residential lighting as well as home automation.
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Why Choose Us
One Source Lighting is fortunate to have a 6,000 square foot facility that offers “feel and touch” lighting with all current designs, styles, and finishes. With over 50 residential lighting manufacturers to choose from, there truly is something for every home at any budget! All designers are available to meet, free of charge, to help with designs. Let us light your home today!
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Bringing the Outdoors in: Natural Elements in Home Décor
One of the bigger trends in home design is using natural elements to bring the outdoors inside. It's a design aesthetic that people have tried to perfect for generations, as organic looks and elements tend to create a serene environment in the home.
At the same time, bringing home lighting...more
How LEDs are Transforming Interior Design
The shift toward LED light bulbs in interior design is happening quickly, as manufacturers and homeowners find more ways to use these new types of lighting inside common areas of homes.
LEDs come in a wide variety of hues and colors that can transform an ordinary bathroom into something...more
Hallways, Entrances and Foyers: Lighting Your Homes Trickiest Spaces
Entrances, hallways and foyers all have a major commonality: These spaces are typically the focal point to the entrance of your home. Guests are greeted in these areas and you use the spaces as a means to get to other rooms throughout your home.
While these spaces are one of the first you...more
Five Common Lighting Mistakes to Avoid
While there are plenty of ways you can bring new life to your home through lighting design, there are also some common mistakes to avoid.
If there seems to be a void or a piece missing in your home's lighting design, here are five common lighting mistakes to consider:
1. No Control...more