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Robert Legere Design
27 Reviews
Wesley Grove Condominium Kitchen
Ideabooks11,119
Questions7
Hidden under cabinet lighting,angled power strip. Custom designed glass and stainless steel tile.
How can I buy the hidden under cabinet lighting angled power strip?
you, the Under cabinet power strips in the photo are from Task Lighting.
While researching this lighting today I saw there is a recall for fire hazard: http://www.cpsc.gov/en/Recalls/2014/Legrand-Wiremold-Expands-Recall-of-Under-Cabinet-Power-Strips/
Hi Barb, the power strips are from Task Lighting
Hi there - love these power strips. Are they CSA approved and would they meet the new Ontario (Canada) building code for yes in kitchens?
The Angled power strips are from Task Lighting, the under cabinet lights are from WAC. they both come in various colors and lenghts.
“power outlets for enough number of kitchen gadgets -- a must” — young100
Bill Fry Construction - Wm. H. Fry Const. Co.
34 Reviews
Black Walnut Island with concealed power strip
Ideabooks669
Questions3
Black Walnut Island with concealed power strip
What type of power strip is used here?
We have a boos kitchen island and want to install a power strip across the top that connects to the power under the island.
Concealed power strip under edge of countertop.
concealed power strip
Hidden power strip on island.
Island with concealed power strip
Power strip under bar seating.
angle power strip kitchen island
Under counter power strip
peninsula power strip
Power strip...power outlet 3...Power stip
“concealed power strip” — Nadia Morquette
Modern Landscape
Ideabooks1,150
Questions2
solar powered orbs to light water or an area
solar powered floating orbs for decoration
Solar-powered orbs add a playful note to the still night water. They can be left to float free or tethered in place.
Solar powered light orbs on the pond
Solar-powered orbs add a playful note to the still night water. They can be left to float free or tethered in place. Beautiful.
Solar-powered orbs add a playful note to the still night water. They can be left to float free or tethered in place. Tip: Try varying sizes and colors for different effects. Play with placement: multiple orbs tethered in a sweeping line; an orb placed in the middle of a fountain nozzle, held in place
“Water lighta” — mikepollock
Phil Kean Designs
2012 New American Home
Ideabooks1,093
Questions1
Keep the power on. While you and your home hopefully will weather the storm, the power grid likely won't. Having a standby generator to produce electrical power can't be beat. While you can install a whole-house
generator should have a quality of service feature to power as much of house as possible, but automatically rolloff less critical areas of the house that exceed the power capacity of the generator.
back-up generator to power entire home in case of power loss
7. Keep the power on. While you and your home hopefully will weather the storm, the power grid likely won't. Having a standby generator to produce electrical power can't be beat. While you can install a whole-house system, you don't have to
“not sure of best brand but desire whole house generator” — blandmckeehome
Showplace Wood Products
13 Reviews
Showplace Cabinets - Kitchen
Ideabooks5,050
Questions3
My guess is there is a false bottom in the cabinet to create a space that will accommodate wiring for the lights and power strip.
the power strip....keeping the backsplash cleaner looking
under cabinet lighting and power strips
Undercabinet power strip - Legrand Powermold
or moving an electrical outlet.Why: Convenience is the main concern. In an increasingly wired world, we’re constantly on the lookout for the nearest power source. But standard wall outlets, which are 18 inches off the ground, aren’t always the easiest to access, especially if you’re kicking back on a sofa
“power strip” — fahmies
David Bucovy Architect
1 Review
Madison Square Apartment
Ideabooks4,934
Questions5
right vent hood. Vent hoods are rated by the cubic feet per minute (CFM) of air they can suck from a room. While formulas for determining how much power you’ll need vary, you’ll want to start by acquainting yourself with the basics. There’s no point in buying a hood that’s larger than your range. It
It won’t really suck more smoke out, and it won’t look right either. Gas ranges generate more heat than electric ones, and thus require more powerful vent hoods. Maxxing out the CFMs isn’t always a good thing. For example, a 1,000-CFM vent hood will suck the air from a 10-by-10-by-10 room in about a minute
right vent hood. Vent hoods are rated by the cubic feet per minute (CFM) of air they can suck from a room. While formulas for determining how much power you’ll need vary, you’ll want to start by acquainting yourself with the basics. There’s no point in buying a hood that’s larger than your range. It
“on how to buy hood vent” — joyuslee
Scheer & Co.
Workspace
Ideabooks3,827
Questions3
cords with Velcro and attach power strip to bottom of desk
Mount power strips under or behind the desk
Mount power bar on the underside of
run the cords from the bottom of the table leg to a power strip, using more Velcro to keep them together. In this desk, the powerstrip was attached to the bottom of the desktop. "
router, power bricks, etc, mounted to underside of desktop.
inside of a table leg. From the front and side, the wires won't be visible. From there, you can run the cords from the bottom of the table leg to a power strip, using more Velcro to keep them together. In this desk, the powerstrip was attached to the bottom of the desktop. If you come across a ball of
Or follow Houzz contributor Killy Sheer's lead by mounting power strips and cables under the desk with zip ties and eye hooks. They're not visible from above, and you'll never again get your feet caught up in wayward
“Bold color” — Robert McCoskey
Colleen Brett
Wyncote home - exterior
Ideabooks2,140
Questions5
Check out under cabinet power strips
Powers strip instead of outlets in kitchen and laundry room for a cleaner look.
power strip up out of hte way
need several new smoke detectors hardwired into the main electrical system, to the tune of several hundred dollars.Utility bills. Whose electricity powers all those table saws, nail guns, paint sprayers and floor sanders? That's right — yours. In addition, heavy traffic in and out of the house could pad
“Subway tile backsplash with under cabinet outlets” — feenixdes
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