Flush Drywall Receptacle Mount [Luxe]
Integrate wall plates (light switches, outlets etc.) flush to the wall surface. Equipped with a drywall bead that contours a continuous and smooth surface.
*Wall plate not included - Compatible with popular screwless wall plate models and sizes.🇨🇦 100% Manufactured in Canada
- Designed for light switches, outlets, ethernet and phone receptacles.
- Best installed at drywalling stage.
- Use only on drywall surfaces.
- Some preparation to receptacle box is required (see install guide).
Is the wall plate included?
No. Wall Plates must be purchased separately. It is designed to be compatible with recommended brand wall plates (Leviton, Lutron, Eaton)
Are there restrictions of wall plate sizes?
Yes! See Detailed Dimensions for compatible wall plate sizes.
Does this require any electrical prep work?
Yes! Some preparation to receptacle box is required (See step 1 of Install Guide)
Can I use this for any receptacle style?
Yep! It is designed for light switches, outlets, ethernet and phone electrical boxes.
What's the difference between the Luxe model and the Lite model?
The main difference between our Luxe and Lite models is the material; the Luxe is metal and the Lite is ABS plastic.
Looks great once installed but be prepared for an involved installation.
Pros: Looks amazing; depth is perfect for popular screwless faceplates, is very sturdy and supports your outlets really well (given that there will be a slight gap between your device box and the supporting surface).
Cons: the powdercoated flanges are bulky, #8 drywall screws don't sit flush through the holes and screw heads sits too proud to tape&mud over, flange warps when screwed down and pulls up the edges, if you're looking for a level 3-5 finish be prepared to rise the mud substantially for quite a distance from the outlet.
Suggestions for a smoother install with less mud:
1. Consider depressing the paper to inset the flanges better.
2. Use adhesive, not screws or mud to set the flange.
3. Use #6 screws if screwing is desired,
Suggestions to the manufacturer:
1. Raise the bead around the flange to better accommodate screws and/or tape.
2. Revise instructions to specify #6 screws or increase hole size to allow #8 screws to sit flush.
3. Recommend adhesive use.
For DIYers, the flush receptacle lite may be easier to install due to the lower profile and compatibility with Trimtex adhesive (speculation - haven't done it yet), but at the time of purchase the lite version was only available as a one-gang. Suggest adding multi-gang versions of the lite to the lineup in the future!
the final product looks amazing and it is very easy to install.
I’ve been slowly reno’ing my current home and incorporating many Aria products. This was a new one, love it. Installed in my entryway to give that initial lux look/feel, fantastic niche product!
Very unique architectural detail