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PostPosted: Mon Apr 09, 2018 10:39 am 
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Hi,

Currently redoing the bathroom and I wanted to get some advise on maybe how the following LED Strip under the bath has been done?

https://ibb.co/jz9NGc

Anyone ever tiled on a similar set up before, do you have a rough idea of the construction, Mainly I want to ask what is on the underside where the LED light is coming from


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:dunno: Never done it, But you would need to construct a plinth for the bath as a starting point.

I'm all in favour of "mood" lighting in it's place buuuttt. Unless you are David Beckham why would want that ? You can't see the Led lighting strip when you are in the bath ...

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wine~o wrote:
:dunno: Never done it, But you would need to construct a plinth for the bath as a starting point.

I'm all in favour of "mood" lighting in it's place buuuttt. Unless you are David Beckham why would want that ? You can't see the Led lighting strip when you are in the bath ...


But you could see all the hair and fluff on the floor better :shock:


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lollllll

your both being harsh now! its a nice element in a bathroom (I think!)


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