Sheri


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Tucson, AZ 
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Buying a house in Tucson that need updating. Found Houzz when looking for remodeling ideas. 
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Frank Webb's Bath and Lighting Center
I agree with Patricia, up-lighting on top of the cabinets is a great way to add extra light, the recessed lights only light the floor and counter tops leaving the ceiling itself in darkness! The fan looks a little small but if you really need it to circulate the air then it is a good thing you have the under-cabinet lights so you can see when cooking and prepping!
June 28, 2014 at 11:13am        Thanked by Sheri
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DUST! Yes, more dust here than I've ever experienced! Thanks for the heads up!

You both mentioned up-lighting on top of the cabinets. We have rope lighting installed, is that what you mean, or are you talking about spot lighting, or both?

I agree with the more light idea. With a fourteen foot ceiling, so far everyone has been telling me that it's too high to put a fixture over the island. What are your thoughts?

About the size of a fan. We questioned what size to use and we were told that it was the pitch we needed to shop for, not the blade length. That we needed a 14 degree pitch to assure that it would move the air. This was from one of the top rated stores in the area. We supplied him with room dimensions and he said this fan was the right size and pitch, yet my husband and I have both questioned it. I'm so confused!
June 28, 2014 at 11:58am   
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ParrotUncle
Have you considered Tiffany style lamps? Wall Sconce for hallway, Flush mount for bath room. It is stylish.
June 18, 2014 at 1:18am      Thanked by Sheri
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What style would you recommend with the glass chandelier? The layout includes a very small entry with a slightly slanted ceiling, I'm looking for a drop down, very small. The entry opens into a rotunda foyer with soar ceiling to 17 feet and small windows at the top, thus the dropped glass chandelier. The formal living and dining rooms open off the foyer. This places the rotunda chandelier and dining room light visible upon entry into the house. On the back of the foyer is a large combination kitchen, nook and family room. My husband has requested down lights over the nook table. We have 11 cans and a ceiling fan with light kit in this area already, but need more direct light. Our tables are both quite large sitting 6-8.
June 18, 2014 at 9:55am   
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