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Deceptively simple once installed. Cross grain joints had to be dealt with.
Wiring safely was an issue and then hanging and supporting (didn't land on
studs). Lights were purchased, of course.




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Very nice. Can you counter sink and bung (removable) the screws that
anchor it to the ceiling?

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Yea, that would be pretty easy. The photo has been altered to show the wood
better, the screws are barely visible in reality. It passed the wife test!!

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I just moved your picture over to our "next house" folder. We are planning
to build in the next year or two, and we will do much of the finishing. The
house will be styled after the Craftsman bungalow and your light makes me
think Craftsman.

NO Dammit - NOT SEARS!!!!! The other Craftsman.

Nice job

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Deceptively simple once installed. Cross grain joints had to be dealt
with. Wiring safely was an issue and then hanging and supporting (didn't
land on studs). Lights were purchased, of course.




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Yea, that would be pretty easy. The photo has been altered to show the

wood
better, the screws are barely visible in reality. It passed the wife

test!!

You mean you had SEX with it???

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