Lighting. Saturday , September 15th , 2018 - 18:49:06 PM
If you decide to install high voltage lighting I recommend that you consult an electrician for advice. Get him or her to carry out the basic cabling and installation work. If you choose a low voltage system (by far the most popular) you can much more easily install it yourself providing you follow some basic safety guidelines. The specification for the cables is still important, but you don't need to bury them deep underground as you would for a high voltage system. However, bear in mind that the cables are still capable of giving electric shocks if damaged. Most garden centers have a wide assortment of low voltage systems and fittings that are suitable for outdoor use. If you buy a low voltage kit it will come with a transformer as well as cabling and fittings. Make sure that you position the transformer in a dry place indoors or in a garageoutbuilding.
Copper garden lights are a good way to complement a lighting layout that includes unique or artistic features such as statuary, fountains, wishing wells, and so forth. To keep the copper finish shiny and like new, you can protect it from the elements with a coat of clear lacquer. If however you want the copper to achieve a weathered, natural appearance, just leave it as is and let the forces of nature take its course. After some time exposed to the elements, the finish will eventually change into a blue-green "verdigris" sheen that has an elegant and vintage appeal.
To make the room appear wider use ceiling lights directed towards the walls, taking care that the amount of light is uniform throughout the wall. This is even more effective in light-coloured walls. For a discrete illumination install lights hidden or half-hidden in the ceiling, trying not to reveal the source of the light. In hallways and stairs make sure this area is always well lit to prevent accidents and to create warm and welcoming. Paint the walls of the hall and stairs with a light color to reflect light better at it.
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