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The glow from the ledge really accents that incredible ceiling work.
Accent Pot Lights
A couple smaller sized pot lights in a key location are a simple way to enhance the look of any feature, whether it be a wall, a piece of art or a jersey on the wall.
Flat Panel LED Pot lights
Our typical supplied pot lights; unlike a usual pot can/trim, these lights are finished flat across the ceiling and cast no shadows. They also are only 1/2 inch thick (the same as your drywall) giving us more flexibility in our locations as even a typical joist or truss doesn't get in the way.
Honestly, our in-wall decorative track lighting in the ceiling is a bit overshadowed by that incredible door.
Flat Panel LED Pot Light
Our typical supplied pot lights even work in the soffit. We just bury our wire and track the location with measurements on our plan. At final stages we drill out the whole and voila! These lights even come with temperature switch with 3 settings, so changing the light from warm to cool to bright white is as simple as pulling it down and flipping a switch.
Bar with Single Pot Light
Many customers are concerned about the brightness of our flat panel LED lights... until they see them in action. With just a single light, the whole bar is lit with minimal shadows on the wall due to the no show trim.
Light Fixture Installation
These 5 light fixtures provided by the customer had to be perfectly measured and aligned right from wiring stage.
All of our electrical panels are installed cleanly and neatly.
Cool Wall Sconce
This is one of our favorite Wall lights that have been provided for us to install. Love the aesthetic they give off.
Mud Room/Pantry Accents
Puck lights in the floating pantry shelves, strip lighting under the toe kicks and that glow around the mud room coat wall. Perfect.
Closet Accent Lighting
Tape light is another great way of accenting feature locations. By putting the tape light high or low, you can use it rather than your bright lights if you have to wake up early and don't want to disturb your significant other while throwing on something to wear.
This little guy is a gem for the Pantry or Mud Room. When you come from grocery shopping and are carrying as many bags as possible so you only have to make one trip; after struggling to open your garage door, the last thing you want to have to do is hit a light switch... so he will do it for you and although you can hit the manual switch to turn it off, he will do that for you too after a set amount of time.
Strip lighting in that ledge is beautiful, but along the glass edge is to was a super creative idea.
Just because it will be hidden behind the drywall doesn't mean it shouldn't look as neat as possible.
Tape Light is also great for backlighting. False Panels like this catch your eye with the light coming from behind and backlighting your television has not only visual benefits, but is better for your eyes as well.
Amazing puck lighting details in each floating shelf.
Our typical panel labeling takes a lot of the mystery out of your electrical panel. We use stickers to give it a cleaner look.
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