I have 6 low voltage lights positioned in a rectangle in tow lines of three
lights. What I wanted to do was suspend two pieces of mdf or ply from the
ceiling over each of the lines with a frosted piece of glass in the middle.
I have a few questions:
1) what distance do I need to leave between the light and the wood/glass
2) how could I put the glass in the centre of the wood so that its flush
with the surface (If that makes any sense) I thought about routing a ledge
so the glass would sit on it but then it wouldn't be flush with the surface
3)Best way to invisibly fix it to ceiling
4)How can I gain access to the lights so I can change the bulb when they
Thanx for any help
Hope you all had a great xmas
If they're LV halogens, any surface in front of the beams must be at least
Since these are designed to be reasonably decorative on their own, I don't
quite understand why you want to do this!
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