There are so many home decor products and DIY decor ideas out there for quick and easy home redesigns. These days, lighting ideas are taking center stage with products like at-home wiring kits and recycled bottle chandeliers.
But those ideas don’t cover the one form of lighting that is in most homes and notoriously expensive to update: recessed lighting. Over time, those little lights built right into your ceiling can become aged, unsightly or just boring.
Luckily there is a new home decor product in town. Introducing EzClipse! It’s a new type of lighting decor that allows you to redesign your lights in minutes.
What is an EzClipse?
EzClipse is an easy to install and attractive home decor product that instantly transforms recessed lighting. EzClipse offers three options for modernizing your recessed lights:
With no tools, no mess and no clean up, you just click it into place over top of your existing recessed light and enjoy.
How Does EzClipse Work?
EzClipse products contain a patented magnetic fastening system. The magnet instantly clicks into place on to the trim of your existing recessed lights. The magnetic strips are recessed to prevent scratching the trim of the recessed lights. The silicone base sits up against your ceiling to prevent light bleed and keeps ambient lighting in position.
Do your recessed lights have a plastic trim? EzClipse comes with a peel and stick kit that allows you to mount your EzClipse to the plastic trim of your recessed lights.
The quick installation method keeps costs down, plus it allows you to change the mood and decor of the room whenever you want!
How To Install EzClipse
- Remove your EzClipse shade from its packaging;
- Turn off lights;
- Click your EzClipse shade onto the trim of your existing recessed light; and,
With no hassle and no mess, EzClispe provides a time-saving solution to modernize your lighting decor.
Want to know where you can find EzClipse? If you’re in the Ottawa, Canada area, come visit us at the Ottawa Home and Garden Show between Thursday March 26 and Sunday March 29!