What is it?
This is a very inexpensive way of reinventing your room with an indirect method of lighting that can actually add a modern touch to your room. This DIY project involves minimum material making it very cost-effective and the results are remarkable! The creator of this lighting system has been largely inspired by Freshome for various things like furniture and architecture – however, this Indirect Lighting system has been mainly inspired by a high-end villa in Holland. Hence, this project requires a small amount of money and very little effort while giving the appearance a high-end, stylish lighting design.
To make your own Indirect Lighting system you would mainly require laminated flooring sheets (you can decide which color goes best with your surroundings), tube lights (for the lighting effect) and wooden studs (to keep the laminate planks away from the lights affixed on the wall); the tools required would be screws, special nails/hook screws, a saw (to cut the laminates), a screwdriver, a level, strong adhesive (flooring adhesive) for mounting the laminate planks and some tape to keep the laminated sheets in place till the adhesive dries.
The results of indirect lighting are amazing. It is a low-cost project that does not require a lot of time to get the work done. It simply adds a great lighting effect to the room with a much needed novelty that everyone needs every once a while!
The project is very pocket-friendly and it won’t cost you more than 40 Euros or $55!
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