Test of led spots.

Has finally got on the power in the fuse box (ie it is only temporarily connected to the building power yet). So now I have gone through to check how the light was in the different rooms, especially excited where there are led spots.
Have heard a bit different opinions about what light these joint spots give.
But I think they are quite similar to ordinary halogen spots.
Became a pretty warm and comfortable light of them.
Have taken some pictures from the house that show a little how the light was.

Test of Led spotter.

In the hallway down towards the front door.

Taken from the front door downstairs.

Taken from the front door downstairs.

Stairs in the basement with led spots that light up the stairwell.

Stairs in the basement with led spots that light up the stairwell.

From the kitchen to the living room.

From the kitchen to the living room.

Slightly different angle to the row of windows from the kitchen.

Slightly different angle to the row of windows from the kitchen.

Taken from the living room to the kitchen.

Taken from the living room to the kitchen.

Has placed a wood stove so that the carpenter could list around and over the glass plate under the stove.
It is not that big, but still weighs 110kg.
Got a little long in the arm by hauling it in place.

Oven from scandic

Oven from scandic

Stairs to the attic

Stairs to the attic.
The LED spots can be turned on and off on each floor.

Living room in the attic. Here, too, there are joint spots.

Living room in the attic.

An image created using Revit Autocad.

An image created using Revit Autocad.

Picture made from a Revit drawing from the attic.

Picture made from a Revit drawing from the attic.

The bottom two pictures are something I made using Revit.
I drew the whole house in 3D before I started taking pictures in the model from different angles.
Was quite similar to the end result I think.
Should get some pictures taken from the home theater also when it approaches a little more completely drawn.