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I especially love keeping up with Elizabeth of The Mustard Ceiling because she tends to pin photos before her “Bam or Slam” feature (love that, btw…you should check it out and weigh in on the decision).
Well if you happen to follow me on Pinterest, then you may have noticed a few added photos of bathrooms – This is because we are gearing up to overhaul our master bathroom.
If you get a message saying that some bulbs are unreachable the lights have been successfully added, there could be a couple of things to look out for.
The first thing to check for is whether or not the problematic bulbs are powered on.
The plan is to change the paint color, possibly add a chair railing (or something that LOOKS like a chair railing) and add some new art/accessories—and who knows maybe a new bathroom faucet! Not terrible, but could use a little love and a lotta bit of personality: Another big thing to update is the lighting.
It’s hard to tell in the photo above, but the two glass and chrome fixtures are a little traditional for our tastes…I’ve been scouring the internet for good deals on replacement light fixtures, but haven’t really found anything that it’s in our price range (which, as always, is cheap and/or cheaper).
If your lights are controlled by a hard-wired light switch (e.g.
not a Philips Hue switch), make sure that the switch is on.
Like the ones on this light fixture (which is well out of our price range at each – we need two): Oh well…I think I’m going to try Home Depot in the hopes that they have a more contemporary selection of globes before I pick up the grooved ones from Lowe’s.
Okay, I’m just going to jump right in to today post because I’m anxious to get everyone’s thoughts…
So reason #3,508,237 why I love Pinterest is that you can get a little inside scoop on what other bloggers are getting ready to do.
This sounds silly, but Philips’ regular LED lights look an awful lot like Hue bulbs, and more than one person has admitted to buying the wrong kind (my editor being one of them). When you go to add new lights within the Philips Hue app, you likely select “Auto Search”, but if it’s not finding any bulbs using that method, then you’ll have to resort to “Manual search”.
Check the packaging and make sure they’re Hue lights. In our experience, Auto Search can be flaky from time to time, while Manual Search almost always works.