We began discussing the electrical changes with the electrician. We estimated how many recessed lights we would need, where they would go throughout the entire space. They were counting up the lights and came to a different number than I did. I was a little puzzled and recounted. I realized they were leaving out the laundry room so I asked how many lights they would put in there. I then heard the most horrible words. My contractor spoke but all I heard was "blah, blah, blah fluorescent lighting." Cue the record scratching noise.
Hold on, fluorescent lighting in my laundry room. Not happening. I'm sure fluorescent lighting is fine for some, for most, for many of my immediate family members, but not for me. These are my laundry inspiration picture. They vary in style but have one thing in common. Do you see fluorescent lights in any of them? I think not.
So as the three of them nod in agreement because fluorescent lighting is definitely the best option, being men and all, I calmly let them know that's not going to happen. I was very polite about it, my mother would be proud. I pulled up the image I had pinned of the lamp I was thinking of if recessed lighting was not going to work.
|Euro Style Lighting|
"Sure that will work too," I'm told. They go on to say that fluorescent lighting will add much more light to the room. Again all I hear is blah, blah, blah, fluorescent lighting. I stood my ground and told them this was the light I was using. Let's hope it doesn't come up again. I don't care if I have to do laundry in the dark with a flashlight and some candles, because my laundry room is going to look good!