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Meadow LaneHughes Studio Architects
master or guest bathrooms, use fixtures that provide 75 to 100 watts' worth of illumination," Whitehead recommends. “You can get these wattage equivalents in a 24- to 26-watt compact fluorescent or 20- to 25-watt LED.”
to 100 watts' worth of illumination," Whitehead recommends. “You can get these wattage equivalents in a 24- to 26-watt compact fluorescent or 20- to 25-watt LED.”
avoid above mirror light..use 75to100 watt 24-26watt
24-26watt compact fluorescent or 20-25 watt led
Wattage for task lighting. “In the master or guest bathrooms, use fixtures that provide 75 to 100 watts' worth of illumination," Whitehead recommends. “You can get these wattage equivalents in a 24- to 26-watt compact fluorescent
Custom Classical LightingJancy Ervin Interiors
that will accommodate a 100-watt bulb or two 60-watt bulbs. The bottom of the shade should be at eye level to prevent glare.
3 way bulb that tops out at 150 watts is ideal
A three-way bulb that tops out at 150 watts is ideal. If not possible find
bulb that tops out at 150 watts is ideal. If that’s not possible, look for a fixture that will accommodate a 100-watt bulb or two 60-watt bulbs. The bottom of the shade should be at eye level to prevent glare.
Reading light should a 150 watt 3 way bulb
the light source should be located beside the person. A three-way bulb that tops out at 150 watts is ideal. If that’s not possible, look for a fixture that will accommodate a 100-watt bulb or two 60-watt bulbs. The bottom of the shade should be at eye level to prevent glare.
hallElad Gonen
calculate the square footage of the space you’re trying to light and multiply that total by 1.5 to get the total wattage required. LED light 13 watt=60 watt incandescent bulb. Use dimmers if possible to be able to control amount of light.
(light-emitting diode) fixtures, be sure to check the lamp’s incandescent-equivalent wattage. For example, the light output of a 13-watt CFL is equivalent to a 60-watt incandescent. The wattage ratings measure how much electricity the bulb actually uses, not the amount of light it gives off. If you can
(light-emitting diode) fixtures, be sure to check the lamp’s incandescent-equivalent wattage. For example, the light output of a 13-watt CFL is equivalent to a 60-watt incandescent. The wattage ratings measure how much electricity the bulb actually uses, not the amount of light it gives off. If you can
BH1Bunker Workshop
216 watts divided by the number of watts you want to use… 40 Watts would be 5.5 or 6 down lights. 60 Watts would be 3.6 or 4 down lights.
you have the total number of watts you'll need, divide it by the wattage of the bulb you'd like to use. This will give you the total number of recessed fixtures you'll need in that space. For example: If your room needs 510 watts of total light, and you want to use 60-watt bulbs (the average wattage of
you have the total number of watts you'll need, divide it by the wattage of the bulb you'd like to use. This will give you the total number of recessed fixtures you'll need in that space. For example: If your room needs 510 watts of total light, and you want to use 60-watt bulbs (the average wattage of
Interior DesignCORE Architects
you have the total number of watts you'll need, divide it by the wattage of the bulb you'd like to use. This will give you the total number of recessed fixtures you'll need in that space. For example: If your room needs 510 watts of total light, and you want to use 60-watt bulbs (the average wattage
by 1.5, and you'll get 510, so you'll need 510 watts of total light to efficiently light your room. Wide-angle downlights for ambient lighting Narrow-beam downlights for task lighting If your room needs 510 watts of total light, and you want to use 60-watt bulbs (the average wattage of a can lightbulb)
example: If your room is 17 feet wide and 20 feet long, the total area is 340 square feet. Multiply 340 by 1.5, and you'll get 510, so you'll need 510 watts of total light to efficiently light your room. Tip: When installing downlights in your kitchen, use a mix of wide-angle downlights for ambient lighting
provide 75 to 100 watts' worth of illumination," Whitehead recommends. “You can get these wattage equivalents in a 24- to 26-watt compact fluorescent or 20- to 25-watt LE
Task lighting on either side of mirror. 75 to 100 watt, 20 to 25 if
“In the master or guest bathrooms, use fixtures that provide 75 to 100 watts' worth of illumination," Whitehead recommends. “You can get these wattage equivalents in a 24- to 26-watt compact fluorescent or 20- to 25-watt LED.” Get the lowdown on energy-efficien
Task lighting- wall scones at eye level on either side of mirror for optimal light. 75-100 watt bulbs (20-24 fluorescent or 20-25 LED)
20 to 25 watt led or 75 - 100 normal wattage. See painting
KitchenCharlie & Co. Design, Ltd
moving away from inefficient incandescent bulbs — even making some bulbs illegal. And for good reason: a 100-watt bulb is 2.1 percent efficient, producing about 2 watts of light and 98 watts of heat.Compact fluorescent: CFLs have been everyone's go-to efficient bulb but, much like eight-tracks or compact
Lake House Two - StairMcClellan Architects
like the color. If you like the yellowish light cast by a traditional incandescent, try the Philips Ambient LED. At 8 watts, it uses 80 percent less electricity than an incandescent 40-watt bulb.
like the color. If you like the yellowish light cast by a traditional incandescent, try the Philips Ambient LED. At 8 watts, it uses 80 percent less electricity than an incandescent 40-watt bulb.
total square footage, then multiply that number by 1.5. That will give you the total number of watts needed. Example: A 10-by-12-foot room totals 120 square feet. 120 x 1.5 = 180, so you’ll need 180 watts of ambient light. Whatever you do, don’t stop at ambient light. There’s nothing drearier than
total square footage, then multiply that number by 1.5. That will give you the total number of watts needed. Example: A 10-by-12-foot room totals 120 square feet. 120 x 1.5 = 180, so you’ll need 180 watts of ambient light.Whatever you do, don’t stop at ambient light. There’s nothing drearier than a bedroom
Richmond TerraceBorn Builders
The concrete floor finishing cost about $1,500. Watt and his team simply polished, stained and lacquered the concrete subfloor underneath the old kitchen's peach-colored floor tiles.
window reflects off the white range hood and subway tiles. The backsplash tiles cost around $1,500. The concrete floor finishing cost about $1,500. Watt and his team simply polished, stained and lacquered the concrete subfloor underneath the old kitchen's peach-colored floor tiles.
window reflects off the white range hood and subway tiles. The backsplash tiles cost about $1600. The concrete floor finishing also cost about $1600. Watt and his team simply polished, stained and lacquered the concrete subfloor underneath the old kitchen’s peach-coloured floor tiles.
there are a lot of options these days when it come to shopping for lightbulbs. Though most of us have a sense of what to expect from a 40-watt incandescent bulb, watts are no longer a good way to describe a bulb's light output, now that different technologies use different amounts of power to produce the
Fife steading conversionRobertson Lindsay Interiors
While appearance is a big part of the appeal, Watts says nostalgia plays a role too. “Some people display them to capture a memory,” he says, noting that many collectors start by buying their childhood radio. Watts launched his own collection with the transistor radio of his youth; now that model is
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