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Week One Lecture Part 2 continued Presentation Transcript

  • 1. Here is a “before” photo for a living room makeover
    • The visitors would have to yell across this space
    • The lighting and colors need help as well
    • The plants seems to be trying to escape!
  • 2.
    • After
    • New colors, furniture and lighting
    • Note the up-lights behind the plants
    • Cove lighting on the right
    • Accent lights below the cove (art) and on the larger picture
    • Outside lights prevent the black mirror effect
  • 3.
    • Consider placing a fixture over a balcony (when possible)-- rather than 20’ high
    • Easier to replace the bulb later
  • 4. If you add recessed lighting:
    • Use “IC” or insulation contact cans for safety and code
    • Special “remodel” cans make it possible to cut a smaller hole into the ceiling
  • 5.
    • When mounting tracks or spots on a beam, why not place them in a less visible location?
  • 6. Outdoor accent lighting
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  • 8. SIZE OR SCALE: IS THIS FIXTURE THE CORRECT SIZE FOR ITS LOCATION?
  • 9. “ LAYERING” EXAMPLE
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  • 12. “ Half-hot” or half-switched plugs
    • These plugs can make an entire room more usable, just by making the lighting more convenient
    • The top plug is controlled by a switch, the bottom one is always “live” or “hot”
  • 13. This lamp has an in-line cord dimmer—these can be added to existing lamps
  • 14. Some examples of dimmer switches
  • 15. Switch plate covers come in many colors—it’s best to have the switch plate blend with the wall or disappear
  • 16. Remotes to add to lamps or up-lighting—especially ones without a half-hot plug
  • 17. A zoned controller for different mood and zone lighting options
  • 18. A beautiful bedroom with layers of lighting: recessed ceiling lights, cove around the bed, table lamp, clip-on accent, and corner up-light
  • 19. Here is another example of how to achieve effective cove lighting
  • 20.
    • See tiny recessed ceiling spots, wall sconces through the mirror, and cove lighting (not turned on in this shot)
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  • 26. ENERGY CODES