Friday, April 26, 2019

Crown Molding Nightlight Tour

Due to popular demand, I made a video about the nightlights I made inside the crown molding in our new nursery and bathrooms.  I cover all the parts and pieces and how I did it all.  Check it out!

The video is hosted on YouTube.  If you like it, please give it a thumbs up and subscribe to my channel!

Here's the part list to make all of this work:

From better-like on eBay:

From Amazon:

Other stuff that I used for finishing touches from around the web:

  • Fire HD 10 Tablet Mount (
  • Wire to connect DC power (16AWG or better)
  • AC Power wiring of your choice (power cord to plug the DC supply into an AC outlet, or hardwire the DC supply into an AC power source)
  • Various mounting hardware (staples for wire, metal strapping and screws for hanging the DC power supply)


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