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Old 03-29-2014, 12:37 AM   #16
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Anyone notice that the original post was from last Aug?

With that said....with the roof so close....it begs for a sun tube....

Before.....


After....it took us about a month to get used to not trying to turn off the 'light' when walking out during the day.


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One in the shower and one over the toilet should be enough. Depends on the type of lighting you are using though.
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Bathroom downlights look great giving your bathroom lighting a real contemporary warm feel. To comply with electrical regulations you should only use wall lights that have been deemed suitable for use in a bathroom.
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I think 2 light is ok. One is over the shower and the other is over the toilet

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