Elad Gonen
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project for Jordan furniture. ( Jordan-furniture.co.il jordans@netvision.net.il ) architect : shiraz solomon
URL
http://www.eladgonen.com

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tredillard wrote:
What are these floors.?
   Comment   February 18, 2012
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Emily Hurley
The pattern makes me think it may be bamboo, but I could definitely be wrong.
February 20, 2012 at 10:58am     
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musicmom wrote:
hallway width - How wide is this hallway? Thanks
   Comment   March 21, 2014
Kenan Frase wrote:
Looking for similar lights. Where are these sourced? UL listed?
     Comment   April 30, 2013

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Katya Popova added this to Put a Narrow Hallway to Work
Another practical storage solution: built-in units that blend with the rest of the hallway.
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Do the math. Having a hard time knowing exactly how much light you need in a space? As a rough guide, 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. When selecting CFL (compact fluorescent) or LED (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 afford it, use dimmers on every circuit for maximum control of light levels. It can compensate for overlamping (using a bulb with a too-high wattage for the fixture) as well.

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Clean lines.
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lighting along walkway need to think how we will do this
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Floor I like
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Luces
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Storage cupboards
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Hall lights at ankle level
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good way to light stairs?
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great use of space.. concealed cupboards in hallway
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hallway closets?
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Do the math. Having a hard time knowing exactly how much light you need in a space? As a rough guide, 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. When selecting CFL (compact fluorescent) or LED (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 afford it, use dimmers on every circuit for maximum control of light levels. It can compensate for overlamping (using a bulb with a too-high wattage for the fixture) as well.
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April 3, 2014
floor lighting
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April 2, 2014
Nice and modern hall way
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Simple modern and very fab
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April 2, 2014
Hall lighting
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New cupboard doors for corridor
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Don't forget about hallway.
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Floor lights.
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Looks like ours
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March 22, 2014
love the lighting along the floor
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wall lighting - floor
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How much light do i need? Do the math. Having a hard time knowing exactly how much light you need in a space? As a rough guide, 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. When selecting CFL (compact fluorescent) or LED (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 afford it, use dimmers on every circuit for maximum control of light levels. It can compensate for overlamping (using a bulb with a too-high wattage for the fixture) as well.
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Don't like: narrow corridor, too blank.
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READ THIS "MATH" ON HOW MUCH LIGHT IS NEEDED FOR A GIVEN SPACE!
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Hallway Lighting up into bedrooms / Sky Tunnel? / Floor Level Lighting
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low hallway light
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Great lighting for feet
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I don't like the long boring hall
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furniture in hallway? yes/no
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Do the math. Having a hard time knowing exactly how much light you need in a space? As a rough guide, 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. When selecting CFL (compact fluorescent) or LED (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 afford it, use dimmers on every circuit for maximum control of light levels. It can compensate for overlamping (using a bulb with a too-high wattage for the fixture) as well.
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Storage
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The storage!
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Do the math. Having a hard time knowing exactly how much light you need in a space? As a rough guide, 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. When selecting CFL (compact fluorescent) or LED (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 afford it, use dimmers on every circuit for maximum control of light levels. It can compensate for overlamping (using a bulb with a too-high wattage for the fixture) as well.
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hallway lights
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to calculate the amount of light you need, take the square footage of the space and multiply by 1.5 to get total wattage (equivalent wattage) required,
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Lighting on the wall
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Elad GonenSave to IdeabookEmail Photo Do the math. Having a hard time knowing exactly how much light you need in a space? As a rough guide, 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. When selecting CFL (compact fluorescent) or LED (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 afford it, use dimmers on every circuit for maximum control of light levels. It can compensate for overlamping (using a bulb with a too-high wattage for the fixture) as well.
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Lighting Tricks-- modern hall by Elad Gonen Elad Gonen Save to Ideabook Email Photo Do the math. Having a hard time knowing exactly how much light you need in a space? As a rough guide, 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. When selecting CFL (compact fluorescent) or LED (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 afford it, use dimmers on every circuit for maximum control of light levels. It can compensate for overlamping (using a bulb with a too-high wattage for the fixture) as well.
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Like hall lighting
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Oh how I love me a nice long hallway.
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la lamparas para iluminar el pasillo indirectamene
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Do the math. Having a hard time knowing exactly how much light you need in a space? As a rough guide, 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. When selecting CFL (compact fluorescent) or LED (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 afford it, use dimmers on every circuit for maximum control of light levels. It can compensate for overlamping (using a bulb with a too-high wattage for the fixture) as well.
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floor lights
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March 6, 2014
Do the math. Having a hard time knowing exactly how much light you need in a space? As a rough guide, 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. When selecting CFL (compact fluorescent) or LED (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 afford it, use dimmers on every circuit for maximum control of light levels. It can compensate for overlamping (using a bulb with a too-high wattage for the fixture) as well.
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March 6, 2014
nice idea to light a corridor
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Tipo de luz que aparece en la pared para la escalera
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March 6, 2014
Elad GonenSave to IdeabookEmail Photo Do the math. Having a hard time knowing exactly how much light you need in a space? As a rough guide, 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. When selecting CFL (compact fluorescent) or LED (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 afford it, use dimmers on every circuit for maximum control of light levels. It can compensate for overlamping (using a bulb with a too-high wattage for the fixture) as well.
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Design Workshop: Cool Lighting Tricks
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Hall lighting
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March 6, 2014
nice hallway
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March 6, 2014
folyosó világítás
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March 6, 2014
Wood floors, long stretch of hallway. Floor lights.
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March 6, 2014
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Ligte
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March 5, 2014
Do the math. Having a hard time knowing exactly how much light you need in a space? As a rough guide, 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. When selecting CFL (compact fluorescent) or LED (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 afford it, use dimmers on every circuit for maximum control of light levels. It can compensate for overlamping (using a bulb with a too-high wattage for the fixture) as well.
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Do the math. Having a hard time knowing exactly how much light you need in a space? As a rough guide, 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. When selecting CFL (compact fluorescent) or LED (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.
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lighting watttage trick
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March 5, 2014
Do the math. Having a hard time knowing exactly how much light you need in a space? As a rough guide, 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. When selecting CFL (compact fluorescent) or LED (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 afford it, use dimmers on every circuit for maximum control of light levels. It can compensate for overlamping (using a bulb with a too-high wattage for the fixture) as well.
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March 5, 2014
Doors
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March 5, 2014
hallway
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March 5, 2014
Hall or stair lighting
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March 5, 2014
uplights in hallways - good for kids to get to the bathroom like airplane floor lighting?
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March 5, 2014
Floor lights
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March 5, 2014
hall lighting
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March 5, 2014
Want to have built in hallway lighting...for use in both indoor and outdoor.
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March 5, 2014
wall lighting by the long hallway in master bedroom
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March 5, 2014
Yes, I do like the lower level lighting
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March 5, 2014
done to perfection. great change for the usual.long dark alley hallway..It is now delightfully bright
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Hide the light. love the aesthetic
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night lights on a switch
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wall lighting
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March 5, 2014
like the hallway cupboards
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March 5, 2014
As a rough guide, 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.
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Luces del camino
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Lighting formula
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Do the math. Having a hard time knowing exactly how much light you need in a space? As a rough guide, 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. When selecting CFL (compact fluorescent) or LED (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 afford it, use dimmers on every circuit for maximum control of light levels. It can compensate for overlamping (using a bulb with a too-high wattage for the fixture) as well.
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March 5, 2014
To calculate lighting, calculate sq footage of space and multiply by 1.5 to get total wattage required. Use dimmers. Can use square can lights instead of round.
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math for lighting
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March 5, 2014
Do the math. Having a hard time knowing exactly how much light you need in a space? As a rough guide, 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. When selecting CFL (compact fluorescent) or LED (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 afford it, use dimmers on every circuit for maximum control of light levels.
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Rough guide: calculate square footage of space trying to light & multiply by 1.5 to get total wattage required.
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Do the math. Having a hard time knowing exactly how much light you need in a space? As a rough guide, 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.
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Elad GonenSave to IdeabookEmail Photo Do the math. Having a hard time knowing exactly how much light you need in a space? As a rough guide, 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. When selecting CFL (compact fluorescent) or LED (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 afford it, use dimmers on every circuit for maximum control of light levels. It can compensate for overlamping (using a bulb with a too-high wattage for the fixture) as well
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Hallway
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Overall well lit yet with rhythm from variation
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Bottom lights
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Lighting in a long hall
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Kolorystyka
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March 5, 2014
Do the math. Having a hard time knowing exactly how much light you need in a space? As a rough guide, 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. When selecting CFL (compact fluorescent) or LED (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 afford it, use dimmers on every circuit for maximum control of light levels. It can compensate for overlamping (using a bulb with a too-high wattage for the fixture) as well.
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thinking of hallway lights
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lighting
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Lighting Formula
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March 5, 2014
Determine the wattage needed for light by multiplying the sq. footage of space by 1.5. That will give you the wattage needed. 13 watts CFL = a 60 watt bulb.
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Lighting-Do the math. Having a hard time knowing exactly how much light you need in a space? As a rough guide, 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. When selecting CFL (compact fluorescent) or LED (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 afford it, use dimmers on every circuit for maximum control of light levels.
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built in closets
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March 5, 2014
proportions for lighting and also conversions
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Floor or low wall lights
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Lights
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Square footage of place multiplied by 1.5 gives you total wattage for that space
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March 4, 2014
hallway lighting
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March 4, 2014
lights
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Do the math. Having a hard time knowing exactly how much light you need in a space? As a rough guide, 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. When selecting CFL (compact fluorescent) or LED (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 afford it, use dimmers on every circuit for maximum control of light levels. It can compensate for overlamping (using a bulb with a too-high wattage for the fixture) as well.
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March 4, 2014
Low hallway lights
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March 4, 2014
the wooden floor
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March 4, 2014
Not quite recessed hallway lighting but the same effect with non recessed lighting!
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February 24, 2014
Hall
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February 20, 2014
Lights near bottom of wall
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February 15, 2014
Style idea
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February 13, 2014
hallway lighting
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February 13, 2014
Nice clean storage
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February 9, 2014
Hallway storage hidden
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February 8, 2014
The recessed lighting in this hallway is very sleek providing the hallway with up lighting that looks like stars.
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February 8, 2014
Hall lighting
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February 4, 2014
Love the recessed light in the wall at foot level, bright idea. Very modern and sleek. Love this look.
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February 4, 2014
wall nightlights
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February 2, 2014
focos bajos
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Hallway
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January 25, 2014
Dinding putih lampu bawah
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Light
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Hallway
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January 18, 2014
hallway
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Floors
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January 15, 2014
beautiful for storage in passage.
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January 12, 2014
Clean closet doors
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January 6, 2014
slim built-in units for single-product storage in my bedroom hallway
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January 3, 2014
making use of the hallway - hiding jackets
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January 1, 2014
nightlight
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cupboard doors
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December 28, 2013
Floor
tom24pl added this to tom24pl's Ideas
December 21, 2013
Korytarz
rickridder added this to rickridder's ideas
December 20, 2013
blends into hallway
brianheath added this to brianheath's ideas
December 12, 2013
footlight
lucar53 added this to flur
December 11, 2013
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sherylrh added this to sherylrh's Ideas
December 2, 2013
long hallway
America Salazar added this to america_salazar's ideas
November 25, 2013
bottom lights
edee88 added this to hallways
November 24, 2013
storage cupboards
jmarz added this to jmarz's Ideas
November 22, 2013
Floor
cathryncostello21 added this to cathryncostello21's ideas
November 16, 2013
Sleek hallway
Gowtham Natarajan added this to Gowtham Natarajan's Ideas
November 16, 2013
Wall lights
changie added this to Living Room
November 10, 2013
closets like these?
soulsby added this to lighting
November 9, 2013
Love the low lights, would look great with wall to ceiling tiles
maritimer1 added this to maritimer1's ideas
November 9, 2013
Hall lights!
ONE DESIGN HAUS added this to helenloon's ideas
November 5, 2013
hw3
juliezeine added this to juliezeine's ideas
October 27, 2013
hallway
parcus added this to parcus's ideas
October 26, 2013
hallway
merkley1 added this to Basement
October 25, 2013
Flush doors
patriciaantauer added this to Kitchen Ideas
October 24, 2013
I like the lights
Leah Bertrand added this to Lighting | Hallway
October 23, 2013
Upper and lower lighting
88anastasia added this to Hallways
October 23, 2013
Small light at the lower part of the wall are great for use at night. The light up the floor and have a very simple look that blends in and does not distract your eyes from the rest of the space.
serailel added this to serailel's Ideas
October 23, 2013
Parke
lanabell1994 added this to Hallways
October 23, 2013
I like the lighting here in the photo, not the hall, but it'd be great at night you don't have to have all the lights on.
emmarosebrown added this to Hallway Lighting
October 23, 2013
Having lower wall lighting is so amazing in a hallway. I think having this displayed throughout a longer/ simple space is perfect. Clean and sheik.
Austin George added this to Hallways
October 23, 2013
The wall recessed lighting in the hallway will provide great lighting for when you want to walk down the hall at night. It also goes very well with the space.
katiegolec added this to Hallways
October 23, 2013
I love how these recessed lights shine on either side on the wall for directional purposes instead of just pointing straight down at the floor.
Monique Chouinard added this to Hallway Lighting
October 23, 2013
Simple flush wall fixtures are a good solution for a long hall like this one.
Nicole Triana added this to LIGHTING_WEEK4_HALLWAY-ENTRANCES
October 22, 2013
elegant and clean look
Christie J added this to Hallway Lighting
October 22, 2013
Not quite wall recessed as this lighting protrudes from the wall slightly, but it is a nice version of a night light
weramac added this to photographs
October 21, 2013
Built-in cabinet
deby2013 added this to 4debora's ideas
October 19, 2013
waredrove
newstart2day added this to Hallway
October 19, 2013
Lighting
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