Phantom Lighting Direct
607 Durham Drive
Houston, TX 77007
Ohio lighting agents are bringing “Buckeye State” residents out of the dark these days. The beautiful state of Ohio is covered with plush trees, scenic cities, and breathtaking rivers. Lake Erie borders the state to the north and many residents enjoy sailing, fishing, and summer fun on this gorgeous waterfront. Many homes in Ohio are also beautiful and require a superior lighting agent to accent surrounding features. Phantom Lighting has several Ohio agents, who can assist “Buckeye State” residents in perfecting their illumination theme.
Phantom Lighting designs their revolutionary products to hide the light source, only leaving soft, gentle illumination for viewing pleasure purposes. Our Ohio agents take great pride in our custom made products, which give every resident exactly what they need for their personalized lighting décor. We design our products, so users will have no problem with installation techniques. Other lighting agents sell products, which have a long exhaustive list of things to do in order to install the fixture correctly. Phantom gears its product line toward the novice or do it yourselfer, so every job is made as easy as possible.
The Phantom Contour Projector, offered by our Ohio agents, will bring out the color and detail of your cherished artwork. The versatile features of the contour projector allow the Ohio user to adjust the Pyrex glass focal lenses to produce a focused light source over their portraits and paintings. This gives artwork a “lighted from within” look and make the piece appear as if it were suspended in mid air! Framing projectors sold by other agents are limited in the scope and range of the objects they can illuminate. The Phantom Contour Projector illuminates artwork of all shapes and sizes giving the user plenty of flexibility in their fine art lighting theme.
When light is directed toward a reflective surface, the illumination or glare is reflected back at the exact opposite angle. This is called the angle of incidence. People, who do not adjust to compensate for the angle of incidence, will find their viewing pleasure hindered by reflective glare and unwanted shadows. However, people, who own the Phantom Contour Projector, can adjust to this problem by moving the projector left or right, forward or backward, so that glare is shifted out of the viewing area. Ohio residents can then view the magnificent color and detail of their free flowing artwork.
Phantom Strip Lights, offered by our Ohio agents, take cabinet display lighting to a whole new level of perfection. Our strip lights are designed to bring out the beauty inside china cabinets, breakfronts, armoires and hidden coves. Each light is attached to an individual shelf, and a low voltage current is conducted giving residents a touch of soft, even lighting over their display. This design allows users to remove or relocate existing shelves without having to use tools or disconnect any type of wires. Phantom Strip Light’s adjustable shelf concept is a very special feature that Ohio residents will not be able to find with other lighting agents within the state.
Ohio, better known as the “Buckeye State”, offers its residents and tourists a scenic getaway all year long. Residents, who live in this region, believe in the state motto “With God, all things are possible,” and the topography of Ohio points to a little piece of heaven. Phantom Lighting and its lighting agents are ready to give all “Buckeye State” residents a divine touch of illumination for their interior surroundings. Phantom’s representatives are individuals, who know about the magic of the contour projector and strip light products. Don’t hesitate to contact one of our agents, who can give your illumination design celestial radiance.
Ohio State Flag
Ohio's state flag was adopted in 1902. The Ohio burgee, as the swallowtail design is properly called, was designed by John Eisemann. The large blue triangle represents Ohio's hills and valleys, and the stripes represent roads and waterways. The 13 stars grouped about the circle represent the original states of the union; the 4 stars added to the peak of the triangle symbolize that Ohio was the 17th state admitted to the union. The white circle with its red center not only represents the "O" in Ohio, but also suggests Ohio's famous nickname, "The Buckeye State."