30 low voltage landscape Basement Design Photos

Leslie Goodwin Photography
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Basement Family Room
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Salicatti, try the 4" Low voltage recessed gimbal lights at WAClighting.com. ...
The drum light...Is it from Loews or lowes? Do you know the dimensions of it? I'd like to get it!
zone, while an Expedit unit from Ikea corrals craft supplies and toys near a low work table on the opposite wall.
living area, while an Ikea storage unit holds craft supplies and toys near a low work table on the opposite wall.
low cabinets under tv, placement of tv,
“furniture arrangement ideas” — rubingh
Urban Abode
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Contemporary Basement
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we could leave a cavity in the middle of the shelves for running the low voltage wire for the puck lights.
“Fireplace montego l42” — Brigitte Wise
Master Remodelers Inc.
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Triple award-winning Mt. Lebanon remodel is a Phoenix risen from the ashes
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Remodelers... designer: Rachel Pavilack, Pavilack Design... landscape design, Phyllis Gricus, Landscape Design Studio... energy efficient engineering, Rob Hosken
Cockpit approach. Coordinated interiors with furnishings help to disguise low ceiling height. Maybe too expensive of an approach to be cost effective for
“Trunk coffee table” — 5678
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Finished Basement Company
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Tonkawood Basement
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supplier. They have low voltage lights that are approved for this application.
Try a website De-kor for some ideas. There are Low voltage lights that be
drywall and approx 16" wide and tall by 12" in depth. The lighting is low voltage "puck lights". This is in response to your other questions as well. Hope
“wall nooks” — Michelle Redahan
AGM Renovations
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Basement finish
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get this look. Do you frame it out and then wire? Do they need to be low voltage? Are these puck lights? Thanks for your help.
electrical roughed in, and then drywall over. The lights don't have to be a low voltage, however it is recommended as they will not produce as much heat as the
“Drywall shelves” — nazdorovya
Design Connection, Inc
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Design Connection Inc Lower Levels
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incorporated to display the bar’s liquor assortment. Strategically placed low voltage lighting, glass mosaic tile and copper sink harmonizes perfectly with
Backsplash, Kansas City Faux Finish, Kansas City Faux Paint, Kansas City Low Voltage Lights, Kansas City Man Cave, Kansas City Wine Cellar, Kansas City Nail
“upper cabinets -wood, lighting and glass shelves ...and that they run to the ceiling” — gillis05
Finished Basement Company
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Inndale Drive
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of framing,drywall and crown moulding. The center of each coffer has a low voltage light in the drywall.
Maybe do dark crown molding low like this to support indirect LED lighting?
example of low profile basement kitchen area.
“Basement” — juya88
Finished Basement Company
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Tonkawood Basement
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The Niches are approx 16" wide and tall by 12" in depth. The lights are low voltage "puck lights". They can be purchased at most home improvement stores.
low ceiling hallway with niches
“Niches” — Tranquility Builders, Inc.
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