The semi-flush to the left - the one that is not turned on - was a surprise, because when I ordered it, I thought it used normal light bulbs (that I could replace with LEDs)... turns out it only takes teeny tiny Christmas light sized bulbs. I'll be out tonight looking for LED bulbs that come that small... really won't be happy if I have to end up using incandescents.
And finally, you might notice the lonely pendant light hanging at the back/centre of the room. There were two of those pendants. Those were my splurges for the lighting, and were ordered from the US. One has been broken. I'm awaiting word from the vendor to see if they'll replace it.
This picture isn't hugely important, other than to show you the bank of switches to turn the many lights on and off. You might notice that none of those switches are dimmers... two are supposed to be.
You might also notice the gaping hole around the electrical panel. There should be a whole-home surge protector in there, but it was forgotten. Ditto for the intercom to the front door so that I don't have to run upstairs to tell people No, I don't want to buy their magazine, sponsor their trip to Europe or otherwise give them money I don't have. I think the surge protector will be installed next week... I suspect I'll give up on the idea of the wired intercom, and may pick up something wireless on my own.
Something else that you don't see are the tv or internet outlets. Wire was run for those, but a plate was slapped over where the outlets would/should go. The electricians tell me it's the responsibility of the internet/tv provider to do this. The internet/tv provider tells me it's the electrician's job. I'm thinking I'll just avoid the fight and offer to buy beer & pizza for a friend of mine who does networking as a career.
A lady arrived today to measure for the tile installation, but had no idea when the work would actually be done.
At this rate, there's a good chance this 6 week job that started in August might be done before Christmas. I've decided that'll have to be good enough.