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  • Lutron Name: Biscuit
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  • Lutron Name: Eggshell
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  • Lutron Name: Gray Matte
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  • Lutron Name: Stone
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  • Lutron Name: Taupe Matte
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  • Lutron Name: Bluestone
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  • Lutron Name: Gray Gloss
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  • Lutron Name: White Matte
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  • Lutron Name: Brown Matte
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  • Lutron Name: Sea Glass
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  • Lutron Name: White Gloss
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  • Lutron Name: Taupe
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  • Lutron Name: Ivory Matte
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  • Lutron Name: Brown Gloss
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  • Lutron Name: Almond Gloss
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  • Lutron Name: Merlot
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  • Lutron Name: Black Matte
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  • Lutron Name: Turquoise
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  • Lutron Name: Beige Matte
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  • Lutron Name: Goldstone
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  • Lutron Name: Ivory Gloss
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  • Lutron Name: Terracotta
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  • Lutron Name: Limestone
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  • Lutron Name: Mocha Stone
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  • Lutron Name: Snow
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  • Lutron Name: Almond Matte
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  • Lutron Name: Hot
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  • Lutron Name: Sienna
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  • Lutron Name: Midnight
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  • Lutron Name: Sienna Matte
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  • Lutron Name: Plum
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  • Lutron Name: Light Almond Matte
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  • Lutron Name: Black Gloss
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  • Lutron Name: Desert Stone
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  • Lutron Name: Palladium
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Lutron

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The Lutron story began in the late 1950s in Joel Spira's makeshift lab in Brooklyn, New York. A young physicist fascinated by the aesthetic manipulation of light, Spira commandeered the spare bedroom in the apartment he shared with his wife, Ruth, and set out to invent a solid-state device that would enable people to vary the intensity of the lights in their homes.

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The color of the sky and the ocean, blue is one of the most popular colors. It causes the opposite reaction as red. Peaceful, tranquil blue causes the body to produce calming chemicals, so it is often used in bedrooms. Blue can also be cold and depressing. Fashion consultants recommend wearing blue to job interviews because it symbolizes loyalty. People are more productive in blue rooms. Studies show weightlifters are able to handle heavier weights in blue gyms.

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