With so many lighting control options available through Lutron, it can be easy to get a bit overwhelmed. We believe that selecting the right Lutron dimmer is essential to making your New York City home as luxurious as possible. Luxury in your home means convenience, ease of use, style and functionality. In this blog, we’ll discuss a few Lutron dimmers and what you need to know about each of them.
The Palladiom QS Wallstations have a sleek, minimalist design for a subtle addition to your home. They incorporate settings for specific moments or moods, like “Dine,” “Entertain,” “Evening” and more. This means that you can program your lighting system to dim to a certain level for any occasion with a single touch.
The faceplates and buttons are flush to each other and use consistent material. This creates a smooth and minimalist aesthetic.
The buttons are large with simple, backlit text. This ensures an easy to use (and easy to find) solution to operating your lighting system and motorized shades. Why fumble around in the dark to find a remote when you can just search for that simple go-to wall plate? Don’t worry about the backlighting being too bright in the middle of the night; it automatically adjusts to the room’s light levels.
The Palladiom QS Wallstations are available in various keypad styles. For example, you can select how many buttons you want on your keypad for complete customization and control.
Moreover, they come in a variety of shades and finishes. This includes various matte shades of white and beige; metal satin and bright finishes in brass, nickel and chrome; and clear glass in black and white.
If you’re looking for standalone dimmers, Lutron offers those as well:
This group of dimmers includes various styles. These include the Diva, Luméa, Maestro, and Skylark styles. These are simple and sleek designs that often utilize a rocker, paddle switch and slide control to dim the lights. They are easy to use and good for individual rooms that don’t necessarily require preset “moods,” but easy customization for any moment.
This group includes the rotary dimmer and the Ariadni/Toggler dimmer. These generally will replace or match your traditional switches, and still allow for dimming. They come in a variety of gloss colors to match the aesthetic of your space.
Another style to consider is the architectural dimmers, including the Centurion. Centurion dimmers are used for heavy, demanding components up to 2000 Watts.
There really is no wrong selection in Lutron dimmer. The ideal solution, though, will come from looking at your specific home’s needs.
If you’re interested in learning more about these Lutron dimmers and which may be right for your home, reach out to us here or give us a call at (212) 260-4715