Indoor pool light idea

dcmoser1952

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Jul 24, 2015
2
Ligonier,IN
New to these forums. Hello to everyone. I have an indoor pool which my father put in 12 years ago as a fitness pool for my now deceased mother. He has since moved from his country home on our farm to a small town near here. I have moved into the house and landscaped the pool area in a tropical theme. I have overhead fluorescent lighting which are not dimmable, although I can turn on 4 at a time. There are 8. I would like to find a hanging globe type light to drop from the ceiling and be able to put maybe an orange or reddish bulb in to give a moon effect. Sometime at night I don't want the 4 lights on as it is plenty bright. I thought a hanging globe light would not only be not very bright being the only one in the room, but also give a neat look of the moon shining in the room. If I can find one i thought I'd wire it for 2 bulbs on separate circuits, with an orange bulb in one, a reddish bulb in the other. Then I could turn on either one depending on what I wanted. Can someone direct me to a source for a hanging globe fixture or I am open to any other ideas/suggestions. Thanks




 

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northrn

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May 17, 2014
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Cincinnati, OH
how lovely!

how about instead of overhead soft lighting, you spotlight some of those beautiful plants? lower wattage landscaping lights pointed to the foliage would be beautiful.
 

dcmoser1952

New member
Jul 24, 2015
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Ligonier,IN
how lovely!

how about instead of overhead soft lighting, you spotlight some of those beautiful plants? lower wattage landscaping lights pointed to the foliage would be beautiful.

Actually we have that. It does look really cool at night. The granddaughters love to swim at night with just them on.
I will see if I have some pics to post
 
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