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Hughes Studio Architects
Meadow Lane
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provide 75-100 watts' worth of illumination. Also get these wattage equivalents in a 24- to 26-watt compact fluorescent or 20- to 25-watt LED.”
use fixtures that provide 75 to 100 watts worth of illumination. in a 24-26 watt compact fluorescent or 20 to 25 watt LED
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
Wattage for task lighting. “In the master or guest bathrooms, use fixtures that provide 75 to 100 watts' worth of illumination
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
“Sconces” — zeevee11
JCA ARCHITECTS
1 Review
Ranch Remodel
Ideabooks110K
Questions121
or 4? I will have 4 sconces at 60 watts each. The problem is that I am replacing "Hollywood " lights that have 400 watts! What a change! Your room is fabulous
I love the sconces but upon researching found they take 60 watt max. Does that provide ample light for makeup application, shaving, etc
can't see? THANK YOU for your help. I'm leaning toward sconces that take 100 watt bulbs, as well as a can over each sink. I need to be able to see those little
8' 4" vanity in 3 sections - sink, sit-down vanity, sink. I'll have 4 100 watt sconces on the sides of 3 mirrors surrounded by trim that matches the cabinets
“Cabinet design.” — annkon
Traditional Bathroom
Ideabooks1,265
Questions1
provide 75 to 100 watts' worth of illumination," Whitehead recommends. “You can get these wattage equivalents in a 24- to 26-watt compact fluorescent
Task lighting on either side of mirror. 75 to 100 watt, 20 to 25 if using
wall scones at eye level on either side of mirror for optimal light. 75-100 watt bulbs (20-24 fluorescent or 20-25 LED)
“Lower half of walls.” — Tacie Sigwart
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Elad Gonen
1 Review
bathroom
Ideabooks1,902
Questions5
pipe centers: 70mm • Heat output (BTU): 1160 BTUs • Heat Outputt (Watts): 340 Watts • Material: 304 Grade Stainless Steel • Finish: Polished Stainless
pipe centers: 70mm • Heat output (BTU): 1160 BTUs • Heat Outputt (Watts): 340 Watts • Material: 304 Grade Stainless Steel • Finish: Polished Stainless
“Cupboard idea” — mareemoose
Urban Herriges & Sons, Inc.
7 Reviews
WHOLE HOUSE REMODEL IN DELAFIELD WI
Ideabooks12,037
Questions10
powder room. Task lights in powder rooms can have much less wattage (think 45-watt range), as this is not a space where anyone will be performing the morning
powder room. Task lights in powder rooms can have much less wattage (think 45-watt range), as this is not a space where anyone will be performing the morning
“Color” — charlee02
Tres McKinney Design
7 Reviews
San Franacisco Nob Hill Highrise
Ideabooks46,480
Questions39
cabinet? I am getting rid of a large 8 ft. Mirror with Hollywood lights of 400 watts and am wanting do an application like yours (I have 36" sink can., sit down
correct. I cannot seem to find pretty, traditional, dressy sconces with one 100 watt bulb that are the size I need. So frustrating! And I'm getting different
“Countertop and walls.” — annkon
Angie Keyes CKD
3 Reviews
Elegant Master
Ideabooks16,329
Questions19
I am replacing 400 watts of Hollywood lights with 4 side sconces (probably 60 watts each) with 3 mirrors in between and I have
“its a WOW vanity how about three columns?” — lisagorski
Lori Dennis, Inc.
18 Reviews
Club Laurel Canyon
Ideabooks9,035
Questions2
light, but can't figure out a bulb..it says type B, 24 watt...I can only find a bayonet halogen 50 watt? What bulb are you using? THanks!
“Weird!” — rrbaltz
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