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It's so fun to do electrical and lighting projects! Just kidding! We know that electrical and lighting projects are tricky, and that .0001 percent of the population actually knows how to do them. That's OK, because on Hometalk, you can talk about electrical & lighting projects with people who have done them before, and can tell you what works - and what doesn't. Or, browse photos of electrical and lighting projects for inspiration. Electrical and lighting projects are easier when you have Hometalk on your side.
As you can see fro the photos we used an Aquascape Patio Pond and removed the plant shelf. We installed a 10" pvc pipe in the center of the patio pond to create a pedestal for the mill
stone. We added an LED accent light on the center plum and placed 3 1 watt LED lights under the stone to capture the water falling. This project made the perfect center piece for this garden design. What do ya think?
Henry Henderson walks you through a step by step process of how ElectraMedics installs landscape lighting. Lots of people install landscape lighting, but if done incorrectly you will always have challenges with your system.
I found this nice gallon sized glass milk jug at my fave junk store for a few bucks. Bought the bottle lamp kit at Lowes. The stopper part, or part that fits inside the mouth of the jug was too small so I fixed it up with some weather strip tape. I bought a shade at the thrift store for less than a buck, but its too small. Id love some ideas on a suitable shade! Im planning on selling it. Im not even sure what to charge! Ive got about 16 dollars into it with the lamp kit. Id love input! Thank you!!!
I created this outdoor patio area for my husband I after we had just got married. Everything you see in the pictures cost around $100.00 using Dollar Tree, Ikea and Big Lots! I was so
happy with the way it came out.
I had a plug in chandelier that I had purchased for my wedding that I knew I wanted to use centered above the table, and that's how my ideas got started. I then hung Lill Curtains ($2.50 from Ikea) Around the entire patio and it really changed the look instantly.
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