Downstairs lighting sufficient?

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theinfill - Tudor, Elizabethan, Jacobean Great Hall - lighting

Photo in darkened workroom

Before the upper room can have its new fireplace and further decor it was necessary to do a last check on the state of the added lighting downstairs.

All images of this taken so far had the lights running off 9v batteries and had left me concerned that further illumination was going to be necessary as could barely see the detail on ‘helter skelter’ around the spiral stairs or the coat of arms directly above the fire.  Today I actually got around to moving the mains lead and socket bar and was relieved to see that I might just be able to get away with what’s there already.

The intent at present, is to add figures moving tables and benches into place to add to the hive of activity in the main part of the hall.

Now I can get on with upstairs.

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