Feels like 27°F

July 6, 2012

Maxwell’s 9.13.34 Has Suggestions to Light up Your Life

Deb Maxwell of Maxwell’s 9.13.34 located at 508 Court Street on weekends once again has some style tips that will hopefully not have you hanging from a chandelier with excitement as that would create a huge safety risk. Just kidding but in all seriousness do read on and be illuminated with some style wisdom and tips from Ms. Maxwell even if you don’t plan to make a purchase but TheBoken.com always encourages shopping local whenever possible….

Dear Friends,

[A Great Chandelier] Makes yours not just a house but your home.  Home is, after all, your nest…. your sanctuary.  (Additionally, it enjoys air conditioning!)

Maxwell's 9.13.34 Chandelier Collage 7-6-2012

How does a chandelier impact a persons moods & emotions?

To see a chandelier in a dream represents grandeur and greatness. You see a bright future ahead.  Positivity!   If the chandelier is made of crystal, then it symbolizes wealth. It also produces a shimmering mood on the room. It highlights your decor and elevates the home ambient to a heightened level.  It ices a modern, traditional or eclectic home with an atmospheric shimmer that conveys elegance & sophistication to both you and your guests.

From photo above:

Top left and center CRYSTAL on AGED BRONZE DAISY 5 ARM CHANDELIER vintage 24" W X 17" H / Chain 20"  $650.00

This is a fabulously French gracious sweep of daisies. Not your standard chandelier. FYI…1st dibs offers a petite one
arm at $1,650.00 & a pink (yes, pink) 6 arm at $1,800.00. 

Bottom center EDISON STYLE LIGHT BULB 1.75" Diam. X 4.5" H / 60W  $10 to $12.00 each

Available in tubular & classic styles. For use with clear glass lamps and others. Is traditional & modern at the same time.
60 watt. Please note that these bulbs are 240 volts.  FYI…. better for form than function.

Bottom right  GLASS CHANDELIER PRISM 4.25" L X 5/8" $8.00 each

Replacements for chandeliers or create your own magic using fish line and stringing them from existing fixtures.

All available in store and on line at http://www.maxwells91334.com  Go to FURNITURE etc. / then to LIGHTING (Subject to availability at time of order).

Maxwell’s 9.13.34 will be open this Saturday and Sunday from 12 noon to 7 pm.  Stay cool!


Deb Maxwell

Maxwell’s 9.13.34

508 Court Street – "The Red Doors"

Hoboken, NJ 07030

Saturdays and Sundays 12 noon to 7 pm

Shop 24/7 at http://www.maxwells91334.com

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September 4, 2011

4L’s Hoboken Restaurant and Bar Lightshow

Filed under: Bars,Hoboken,Restaurants — Tags: , , , , , , , — TheBoken @ 1:05 PM


4L’s Restaurant and Bar in Hoboken has some very innovative lighting that changes constantly thanks to the use of LED technology. Below is a video of the various colors on display at the bar. The bar itself even lights up. LED lighting is likely to replace our current incandescent according to Wired Magazine that reports:

“If all goes according to plan, the provisions of 2007’s Energy Independence and Security Act will effectively ban 100-watt incandescents starting in 2012. Seventy-five-watt bulbs will depart in 2013, followed by 60- and 40-watt lamps a year later. So the race to find a suitable replacement technology is coming down to the wire. The industry is banking on LED lighting as the way forward, and it’s virtually the only bulb technology on display: There is barely a single incandescent or sickly compact fluorescent to be seen.”

Link to full story: http://www.wired.com/magazine/2011/08/ff_lightbulbs/

So it would seem that Hoboken’s 4L’s is on the cutting edge. The nice aspect of LEDs is the ability to display the light in a variety of colors as evidenced in the video below.

Hoboken 4 L’s

Address: 208 Washington Street Hoboken, NJ 07030

Phone: (201)876-8500

Website: www.hobokenfourls.com/

Note: Other Hoboken establishments such as Hoboken Bar and Grill and Mon Cheri make use of LEDs as well.  Below are two photos from Hoboken Bar and Grill’s specials signs in the back bar…



If LED’s are indeed the lighting future that  Wired Magazine predicts than it will be a colorful future indeed.

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