1. Using Your New Light Fixtures to Their Fullest Potential

    If you’re designing a new home, or you’re planning to remodel your current residence, then you know how important it is to choose the right lighting options. After all, you’re going to be using these new fixtures for the foreseeable future, and it’s important to use each light to its fullest potential. At Accent Lighting in Wichita, we love helping our customers find the best fixture optio…Read More

  2. Get Your Outdoor Lights Ready for Winter

    The weather in Wichita has been fairly nice over the past few weeks, but residents know that winter isn’t too far away. When cold temperatures arrive and the snow begins to fall, people will spend more time inside, sitting by the fire or enjoying time with family and friends. That being said, it’s important to take care of your exterior lighting now, while the weather is still cooperative. At …Read More

  3. The Top Three Bathroom Light Fixtures

    You spend every morning and evening in your bathroom, getting ready for the day or unwinding with a nice, long soak before you go to bed. Bathrooms are no longer small, utilitarian spaces where you get in and get out – people now spend lots of time in there, primping, pampering, and relaxing. The one aspect that goes a long way in achieving that perfect spa-like atmosphere is your bathroom light…Read More

  4. Adding New Lamps to Your Home

    No bedroom or living room is complete without a perfect lamp, and at Accent Lighting in Wichita, we have a fantastic selection of fixtures from which to choose. If you’re thinking about adding new lamps or updating the ones you currently have, we’d love to meet with you and discuss your options. In this post, we’ll look at some spots that can benefit from lamps and how you can get the most o…Read More

  5. All About: Mid-Century Modern

    Retro yet modern. Eccentric yet functional. Mid-century Modern was born after World War II and has recently grown in appreciation. These homes embrace simplicity and nature with their large glass windows, unique shapes, and bold geometric patterns. We've dug into the history and resurfaced the key characteristics that make up mid-century modern, so strap in... you're in for a smooth ride! P.S. Thi…Read More

  6. All About: Luxury Style

    Be inspired. Bring the elegant and sheer splendor of Upper East Side New York City and the Arrondissement of Paris to your very own space. So go ahead, live the grand life. Let us help you create a polished, crown-worthy space. The sophisticated life centers around sleek design, lavish drapes, and ornate elements. First, we suggest selecting statement pieces such as an over-sized, antique gold mir…Read More

  7. All About: Traditional Style

    Elegance is timeless. Hear us when we say this: There is nothing wrong with being traditional. Today's designers have forged a familiar path between the classic look we've all loved at one time with a little risk that we all need from time to time. The tried and true traditional style hasn't replaced it's key characteristics. It will always favor warm paint colors, dark wood tones, and gentle curv…Read More

  8. All About: Bohemian Style

    Be vibrant, free, and unique - channel your inner boho-chic. Bright colors, rich textiles, and mixed patterns characterize the bohemian lifestyle. If you're one of our non-conformist, free-spirited friends out there... we promise, no rules will be given during this style spotlight. The Bohemian lifestyle is all about rejecting rules so instead, let's recycle the rules into design "tips". In other …Read More

  9. All About:The Farmhouse Look

    If you've been dreaming about white subway tile, distressed antique decor, and of course... walls covered in ship-lap, then you've landed on the right blog post! Creating the farmhouse style is all about simplicity and functionality. White color palates, rich wood tones, and organic accents create airy, clean spaces complete with loads of texture. But don't make the mistake of dismissing the power…Read More

  10. All About: Urban Industrial

    Exposed brick, steel columns, wrought iron railings, and concrete floors... that's right, we are talking about Urban Industrial. We like to call this style's followers "imperfectionists" and if you find the beauty in historic elements of old structures and abandoned buildings... you're one of them, my friend! But don't worry, we love imperfectionists. Because an industrialized room is the perfect …Read More