Beginner help: Designing overhead light with LED strips, light bulbs.

I am designing an overhead lighting system that will be controlled via remote. There will be a florescent tube and two light bulbs controlled by separate relays as well as 4 LED strips (single color which will be fade controlled separately using a MOSFET board).

The MOSFET Board: https://arduino-info.wikispaces.com/file/view/mosfet4.jpg/244564387/mosfet4.jpg

2 Channel Relay: http://img1.buyincoins.com/gallery/2-channel-relay-module_02.jpg

Can somebody with more experience look this over to make sure I do not burn down my house. Thanks in advance!

It is not just the circuit that stops the flames. It is important how you do the wiring itself, is safe.

When you do a drawing, please use conventional colours to make it easier for others.
Use black for negative battery/ground, red for positive battery/Vcc. Use other colours for signal.

Usually the active lead of the mains supply is switched. The colour red suggests active supply.

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Good points about the wiring color. This is the first project I designed with the fritzing program. I will be sure to use red/black wires appropriately in the future.

Given the more efficient luminaires, why would you be using two light bulbs?

Paul__B:
Given the more efficient luminaires, why would you be using two light bulbs?

It's just the design of the overhead light. It has two areas where I need a light bulb. I may use a CF or even a LED light bulb. The point is that two light bulbs will be on/off controlled, one tube florescent light will be on/off controlled, and then 4 LED strips will be individually dimmable and controlled.