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Ellen Grasso & Sons, LLC
21 Reviews
Ellen Grasso Inc
Ideabooks742
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sucks getting old, doesn't it?). It's done with a little motion sensor on the ceiling right inside the doorway. The marble is all Carrera.
Notice the toe-kick lights that come on whenever someone walks into the bathroom - perfect for middle-of-the-night trips to the bathroom. (really sucks
I am trying to find an LED light strip that has a motion sensor along with it for the exact same reason
detector is on the ceiling and is hardwired to the toe kick lights, which are just plain rope lighting.
lighted motion sensor toe kicks, motion sensor on ceiling by door
nice clean lines. like lighting, faucet, hardware, countertop
Cabinet lighting. Hard wired rope lighting connected to ceiling mounted motion sensor.
need info on the toe kick lights
“MIRROR?” — Ellen Neal Pruitt
Kate Jackson Design
6 Reviews
Equestrian Lifestyle
Ideabooks33
Questions1
would be awesome to have it as a motion sensor and light sensor type light so that it would be a great night light that turns on while walking around at
some very nice light down the hall to brighten up what could be a dark area. The lamp on the side of the wall would give some elegant light in the evening
“I have saved so many photos from this home, I just really love the entire rustic, but elegant look i” — annhmartin4
Cabpro Cabinets
18 Reviews
Cabpro Cabinets
Ideabooks8
Questions0
The entire vanity has a rope light at the toe kick, which has a light sensor in it and works as a charming night light.
“Plain” — iew62561
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guest bedroom
Ideabooks96
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colors of bath - note light tile with darker wood vanity and counter
light sensor under cabinet...Motion light under cabinet
“woodwork grand Teton white” — jepch
McKEE CARSON
West Virginia
Ideabooks8,650
Questions4
it is closing. The door should “see” the broom with the built-in motion sensor and roll back up immediately. Test pressure sensitivity by placing a roll
closing. As soon as the door reaches the paper towel roll, the pressure sensors should “feel” it and roll the door back up.
it is closing. The door should “see” the broom with the built-in motion sensor and roll back up immediately.Test pressure sensitivity by placing a roll
closing. As soon as the door reaches the paper towel roll, the pressure sensors should “feel” it and roll the door back up.If your door fails either of
“Exterior” — sandrawstanley
Jordan Iverson Signature Homes
14 Reviews
Modern Kitchen
Ideabooks5,904
Questions9
What type of lighting is used above the cabinets?
Where can I price and purchase the blue pendant lights?
Looking for blue or aquamarine pendant lights
the manufacturer of the lighting (blue) above the island?
which gives it a nice even light. It's also set on a photocell & motion sensor to automatically go on as an ambient "night light". Outlets were placed above
are made by Access Lighting and you can find them here: - ...
Thanks for the question. In this kitchen, I chose to use a rope light that just lays on
I believe they were made by Access Lighting, but that was about 7-9 years ago. I'd suggest looking at Lumens.com for
The cabinets were basically a light white washed finish. The wall color I don't have on file and was a custom
“pretty but boring” — debbiestern123
Super Bright LEDs
6 Reviews
LED Bathroom Lighting Motion Sensor Trigger
Ideabooks21
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LED Bathroom Lighting Motion Sensor Trigger
Make your LED bathroom lighting even more energy efficient by attaching a motion sensor to your fixtures! You will never have to worry about remembering
Motion sensing accent lighting....motion sensor
“Motion sensing accent lighting.” — Bunni
Rossington Architecture
14 Reviews
Cole Street
Ideabooks3,677
Questions6
You either need to have an infrared sensor next tot he TV which is a small sensor that reads the remote and relays it to wherever the equipment is or a
sure of the proper terminology here though) in which case you do not need a sensor by the TV - but costs more apparently... in this case, the equipment is
“fireplace” — annehj1745
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