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Beer pong table
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My project was a beer pong table for my 21-year-old son at West Virginia University. I started the project by cutting and gluing six 2 x 4 pieces of Pine together and then planing them down for a level surface. I then used a template to draw the West Virginia logo in pencil on the top of the board and also the placement of the cupholders on either side of the board. I then routed out the West Virginia logo and cupholders to about a depth of 1 inch. For threading the LED rope into the peace I then drilled three-quarter inch holes through the board along the WV logo and two holes at the sides of each of the cupholders. I had ordered two 25 foot pieces of LED rope one amber and one blue. I then lined the bottom of the WV logo with heavy-duty tinfoil and small reflecting mirrors and did the same with the cupholders. I then threaded the amber LED rope through the holes drilled for the V and to the holes drilled for the cupholders on one side. I then did the same for the W and the other cupholders using the blue LED rope. I then attached the remaining LED rope around the bottom edge of the table using the clip's provided by orange tree trade. I then purchased two controllers from Orange Tree Trade and attached them to the LED ropes and fasten them to the bottom of the table near each end. I then glued two frosted pieces of plexiglass cut to the shapes of the W and V over the LED ropes, then glued frosted pieces of plexiglass over the cupholders. The last step was to paint the table in the school colors and fashion two removable legs for the table.

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Backyard Lighting 1-2
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I have attached two pictures although no camera can do our light show justice. There is too much to see and the camera can’t “see” it all. So I have included one picture of the trees with their coiled LED rope lights and one picture of the pool fence and back patio. I do not have a wide camera lens to capture the entire backyard patio and hillside in just two photos, but you can get a flavor for the beauty we have created with these LED lights on our patio and on the hill overlooking our backyard area. I have installed 8 different LED rope lights all over my backyard hillside and pool, spa and patio area. I call it my Dr. Suess’ Wonderland. It is spectacular. I have 150 feet of warm LED rope light bordering my pool fence and another bluish cool white LED rope light under the eaves of my roof overhang. I have two multi-color 50 feet LED light strands attached to the chain-link fences going up each side of my hill behind my home enclosing my beautifully lit hillside that overlooks my pool and spa. Then to make it even more magical, I have four LED rope lights wrapped around my oak and pine trees in blue, amber, gold and neon blue. At night, the coiled tree lights look like giant springs jumping out of the ground in glorious colors.

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Optimal TV lighting
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My led rope lighting is used on the back of a big screen (52”) lcd tv. Various audio/video professionals recommend indirect lighting for optimal tv lighting. Philips Ambilight TV’s are kind of expensive, so I decided to make do with my Sanyo TV from walmart and a 10 foot crystal white LED ropelight. It gives me a similar experience without the cost. The lighting is perfect for watching a movie or playing a videogame. The rope light is attached with stick on wire tie bases with zip ties run through them. Simple, easy to install.

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Indirect lighting
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Recently in a complete remodel of a house I bought we decided to recess one of the main living room ceiling. We wanted to give it a nice indirect lighting, but still be able to work in the area and create a nice "mood" for the room. We installed a outlet and dimmer switch when doing the electrical. Then, after completing the crown molding and the rest of the paint we put in 40 feet of Orange Tree Trade LED rope lighting using provided clips included glued to the inside of the crown. I had purchased a 50 foot section, but found it was easy to cut down to the desired length with clearly marked cut off spots. The basic's of hardware needed was 50' Orange Tree Trade LED rope lights, plastic mounting brackets, and a glue to attach to the crown.

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media room
© Scott Smith

Scott: This large media room is 20 feet wide, 34 feet long with a 10 foot ceiling. After losing my first home to a fire, I designed this from the ground up. The media room is upstairs and is multi purpose. It is a band practice room, seminar/meeting room, recording studio, photography studio, party room and it has it's own dance floor.


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Walk-in phone booth
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I used 4 different light strands for my stereo stand. The enclosure is an actual walk-in phone booth. The door and windows are missing but would have required removal anyway for ventilation and the tremendous number of wires, some of which are visible. The bundle of wires include 3 fader switches and a main off/on. It will be the end of a long work in progress when those are hidden. The phone booth was recovered from a ghost town called Rhyolite, Nv. Since it obviously does not precede 1910 it was going to be disposed of. It was ugly yellow inside so I papered it with blacklight posters. 5 incandescent blacklights are hidden and on their own wiring system but they are hard on the eyes. Paint, gunk and gouges had to come off the booth which turned out to be huge. A red rope light illuminates the phone sign and is coiled in the dome light inside; it has it's own fader switch. 2 rope lights, 1" neon and 2" ocean blue (bulb spacing) are on a fader for operating my stereo. A long strand of 1" ocean blue winds around the bottom half; the stereo rack is wood with all glass shelves and the ocean blue dimmed with the upper lights very low really makes a beautiful sight. The booth and Magnepan black panel speakers occupy the dining room, adjacent to the living room with no reflection on the TV. I used many dozens of the plastic clips supplied; nothing else worked half as well. It was drilling all the holes in thick aluminum that was a backbreaker but the results were well worth it.

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Mini wine cellar
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This is my mini wine cellar. I wanted to create a space for wine storage but make it visible, attractive and practical. I had a niche about 3 !/2 foot wide adjacent to my kitchen that I felt may be the ideal spot. I discovered some wine racks on line that are called Vintage Wine Racks that mount directly to the wall. They are brushed stainless steel and and can be purchased in 3 or 4 foot lengths. Using 1 X 2 (inches) wood slats for support which I screwed to the wall and painted to blend in with the decor, I then mounted the wine racks to the slats using a drill and 2 1/2 in. wood screws. There is a slot for the screws in the wine racks that can then be covered with a plug that is provided with the racks making the screws invisible. Directions for proper mounting of the wine racks were including with the racks. I then cut Rope light channels to fit and ran them between each row of racks. This too was relatively simple to do by using 1/2" screws and securing them to the slats as well. Into the channels I inserted warm white LED rope lights which provided the special effects that I was looking for. This "Mini Wine Cellar" holds nearly 100 bottles of wine. In the center of the display I placed a Wine Cooler so everything I need is contained within this space. The only tools used were a small saw, drill, hammer, screw driver and a level. I think you would agree that the Rope lights added the special effect that really makes this project stand out.

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Build with Himalayan Salt
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Backyard Lighting 2-2
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The Los Angeles Police Department has commented on our backyard. When they are in their helicopter flying over the West San Fernando Valley, they can spot our home miles away and call it the “Light House.” Everyone knows where the “Light House” is and it’s all ours. The lights are on a timer and at dusk, the entire backyard and patio light up at the same moment. Parties and night swimming are so special now that the hill and patio are lit up with color everywhere. The cost has been minimal and I see no real difference on our electric bill. LED is the way to go! I have many more trees and tall shrubs on the hill and I plan on “coloring” the whole hillside. Our friends and family LOVE our LED beautified backyard. It is truly magical. We attached the 150 feet around the pool with zip ties. We attached the coiled ones to the tree with clips and small nails into the bark where needed in a few spots and we attached the multicolor strands up the sides of the on the chain-link fence with zip ties. The soffit lights under the roof were attached with the enclosed snap-in-place accessories provided with the lights. What difficulty? The most difficult thing was climbing the hill (it is quite steep) but installation was a breeze. Ordinary zip ties and the clips provided made it a job ANYONE can do. I then weatherproofed all cords and their extension cords (to take the lights to the timer outlet) with silicone and electrical tape and I was done. I let my husband climb the hill. So really, it wasn’t difficult for me at all!

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media room
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Scott Smity: From the top of the stair well, one enters this TV/Game room where a view of the big room is seen through 8 foot high double doors. The walls are covered with over 300 items of music, movies and personal memories.
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Build with Himalayan Salt
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Patio lighting 2-2
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Cutting the Pearl LED rope light - As you said the marks every 30" can be a little off. I made the cut after lighting up the light and seeing where the two LEDS were near the correct mark. Then I backlight the rope with its LEDs off to see where the two black diodes were. This helped me decide exactly where to cut.The sheetrock J-bead; The good things about it are that it's light plastic, it shields the light where you don't want it, it is white so it reflects some of the shielded light out of the open end of the bead, it's available at Home Depot or Lowes in 10' lengths for less than $ 2.00 and finally it's made so that the two open edges are angled toward each other so it tends to capture the rope light even though the open side of the J-bead is down. I used silicon caulking glue to hold the J-bead up, but after the glue was was dry, I did not have to use any glue to keep the rope light inside the J-bead.

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Build with Himalayan Salt
© Annett Riebe

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Accent lighting
© Al Smith

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Patio lighting 1-2
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I used the two strings to light my patio. I made the lighting indirect by placing the 1/2" rope inside a white u-shaped plastic molding that is sold in 10' lengths at Home Depot. It is normally used to make a neat edge on sheet rock where the edge of the sheet rock is not hidden. I glued the u-shaped molding with the open side down to the bottom of my wall top cap and just under the front of the step tread that overhangs the step riser. Then I painted the exposed side of the molding to match the patio brick color.

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Dynamic vivid Red glow home theater
© Bill McNabb

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West end of media room
© Scott Smith

This room is in the attic space of my new home that was rebuilt after a fire in my old home. The new one is nearly three times larger with a huge upstairs media room that can be used for parties, seminars, band practice, recording studio, photography and much more. I have LED rope lights outlining each end of the ceiling and they put on a very nice show on their own.

Scott Smith: View of west wall showing red LED rope lights, dance floor, LASER discs on the walls and movie posters.


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LED Rope Light Art (Burning Man)
© Kerri Otis

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Build with Himalayan Salt
© Annett Riebe

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