A little lighting

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Going for a ‘glow’

Making sure that there are enough extensions/leads/sockets for the lighting that has still to be added while I’m working on the upper landing and eventually that bathroom.  “All roads lead to …” for the upstairs wiring, (and the downstairs ceiling light) exiting either under or over the upper hallway and out to their plugin point via the bathroom cupboard.

Bedroom Landing

This upper space is entirely enclosed and internal to the structure so it can only be viewed through doorways.  My first intent was to give it a ceiling light or another wall lamp so that they all matched up, but I took a sudden fancy to a side table and lamp in the corner by the end of the banisters.  The lamp itself is not v period but it does the job nicely, throwing a warm light on to the scene.

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Looking across through the front bedroom doorway

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and round a little into the small front bedroom too

Time to get the remaining door surround on and put down the carpet and landing rug.  Hoping to get these items done before the hols.  Then it’ll be an attempt at “full steam ahead” with the bathroom.

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