How do you treat/camouflage a low beam drop?
Krishnan Murali
October 14, 2013 in Design Dilemma
Wondering how I can camouflage a beam drop. Quite tricky this.
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and quite low! If is a supporting beam you cannot put lights into it. My solution would be to build a similar column between your two doors at the far end of the room and create a symmetrical divider in the room. Not sure what this space is. But at least aesthetically you have balance.
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