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I had a dark corridor in my apartment until I saw this idea! Awesome

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A long corridor, which did not go through a single window, needed lighting. It was important not only to place the lamps in the room, but also not to spend too much money on it. There was a way out.

The project needed the following materials:

  • coating for glass matting;
  • LED Strip Light;
  • door with a large glass;
  • corners for fastening to the wall;
  • lace curtain.

On one side was the front door, on the other a blank wall of the dressing room.

As the original lamp, it was decided to use the old door with full-length glass. The door was found nearby and cost nothing.

On the back of the glass had to spray a matte finish so that the light is scattered evenly. An LED tape was attached to the frame. This one was on a special adhesive basis, thanks to which it was very easy to attach it to the wooden part of the door. These ribbons are multi-colored, but it was in this project that simple white was used.

And this is what the lamp control panel looks like. There is a timer, thanks to which the lamps will work only during the daytime.

These are the corners were placed in the place of the wall, where they would not interfere with anyone. They hold the whole structure.

It remains to hang the lamp and add to it a small lace curtain. Now few people will guess right away that there is no real window in front of it. The design looks very natural and illuminates the room as the day color would have done. And at night outside the "window" becomes dark.

Now you can equip your house with “windows” in places where they simply cannot be. Build a small window-sill and place an artificial flower on it (a sunny color is really needed) and your guests will not be able to hide their surprise!

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