lighting. Tuesday , June 06th , 2017 - 23:38:58 PM
Now that you have prepped your light you will want to turn of the power to the light fixture in the breaker box. Now that the power is off you can remove the old light. If your old light is a mini pendant light or island light this can be done by removing the decorative mounting nuts typically there are two. This will allow you to take off the cover plate. With the cover plate removed you will want to double check that the power is off know that the wires are exposed. You do this with a circuit tester. You will want to check all the wire to make sure that there is no power to them but the black wire also known as the hot wire is the most crucial.
Think about your bathroom's theme and style. Whether you're replacing an old bathroom vanity light fixture or adding a new one, this is your chance to make a big difference in the look and feel of the whole bathroom. If you're just replacing an existing vanity lighting fixture, you likely will not want something different enough that it stands out from everything else. However, if you're doing a full bathroom or large upgrade, it might be the perfect chance to go more bold - or more varied.
In a living room, place fixtures approximately 8'- 0" apart to provide general unobtrusive light that won't clash with room furnishings. A dimmer gives adjustable light levels for any activity or occasion. Be sure to distribute the light evenly. The fixtures should be about 18" to 24" from the wall, spaced one to one-and-a-half times the distance from the wall. To highlight a textured wall or reveal wall patterns (such as a brick wall) use the grazing technique by placing fixtures 12" from the wall and 12" to 24" apart.
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