An enormous amount of interior lighting options exist. Some examples of interior lighting, to name a few, are recessed can lighting. 12 volt wall sconce is a very attractive type of lighting. When you hang lamps on a wall, you can create a very sophisticated atmosphere in a home or building. There are wall lamps that throw a soft glow, some light up on the ceiling and some light down to the floor. A wall lamp is available for all needs.
Install outlet boxes on the wall where you want to hang the lights. Nail them in the slats with your hammer. You may need to open up plaster if the wall is already finished. Turn the power switch to the illumination circuit that the 12 volt wall sconce will bond. The switch can be found in your electrical panel. Run power lines from the boxes and slips in your lighting circuit. Consult local electrical regulations to ensure that the wires are connected by code and regulations.
Open the drawer until the wall light comes in. Remove the jumper and nipple mounting unit that came with the light. Screw the strap and nipple to the outlet box with your screwdriver. Wire the light to the wires in the box. Lighting usually has three wires. Wire black (warm) wire of the light to the black cable in the lighting circuit. Wire the white (neutral) wire of the light to the neutral conductor of the lighting circuit. Finally, green (ground) wire the light to the green wire of the lighting circuit. Use wire nuts for all connections.