39,921 LED path lights Home Design Photos

McKinney York Architects
13 Reviews
Mt. Barker Residence
brick dark grey and light grey stucco
Bridge with lighting
stone light texture...Ex lighting...outdoor lighting...accent lighting...grazing light
“Modern exterior” — sallyketchum
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Alderwood Landscape Architecture and Construction
18 Reviews
where are the tall landscape lights from?
The path lights are pretty standard. Most any lighting company will be able to source these for you or you can purchase a good quality, brass version at Voltlighting.com
Much of the surrounding garden (perimeter plantings) where existing and we designed and created the water feature, fire piece, and lighting for the oasis. The existing mature plantings were saved as much as possible to help preserve the lush garden feel and privacy. Thank you for your question. Team
Like the way the plantings create a screen and surround seating area- also like the rocks Like up lighting of small trees
pencil solar lights use pnc to create
“patio and plants and decor” — boundersal
John Hall Homes
Elegant Traditional Home with English Pub
I would be happy to identify and sample these brick for you in person if you are still in the market. Very hard to tell due to lighting in this picture. Call Scott @ Werden Buck masonry Supply Co. 815-726-4366
the combo of light stone and light colored keystones is good
I like the lighting and the peaks
“weathered wood roof” — kyte
Gabberts Design Studio
26 Reviews
Like path to lake
Lighting, materials, waterside
lighting and windows
Beautiful lighting!!
lighting at night...lights, stone,
“Well DAMN” — Mary Livingood
Centre Sky Architecture Ltd
22 Reviews
Elk Ridge Lodge
the Spanish Peaks Mountain Range in the distance. The layout of the home is an open concept with the Kitchen, Great Room, Den, and key circulation paths, as well as certain elements of the upper level open to the spaces below. The kitchen was designed to serve as an extension of the great room, constantly
stones and fireboxes creating distinct center pieces for certain rooms, and clerestory windows that aid with natural lighting and create exciting movement throughout the space with light and shadow.
Light tan color for accent wall bedroom 3
“ceiling!!!” — joe2213
Tim Cuppett Architects
13 Reviews
I am looking tomdo alternate panels in glass. I think something like this would make the privacy fencs less solid looking and let in some light as it will be close to the house.
Privacy fence - adds light, and not so visually heavy
Not so simple to install yourself, these glass panels allow light into the garden yet maintain neutral colors on the boundaries. The timber posts holding the panels
When your home is on a busy street, creating a peaceful backyard space begins with the right fence. If you want to allow some light in, pick a fence with small gaps between boards (or even a lattice-like design) and layer lush plantings on both sides to provide additional privacy
Frosted glass offers privacy but elegantly admits light.
“Ogrodzenie” — stream
Gregg Abel Design & Construction
1 Review
Belle Mare
Partial slate paths with small pebbles or plants in between
Cool swing and lights from the treee
Lights/lanterns overhead
lights hanging off of trees.
magical lighting design
Interesting backyard and lighting
Tree Lights...swing & lights...hanging lights...outdoor lighting
“That pain” — Henry
Neslihan Pekcan/Pebbledesign
8 Reviews
Strip of led lights underneath the night tables
I love the white lighting at the too
the ceiling light, love love the photograph b/w with painted blue eyes
where is the light from?
The light...Light wow...Light fixture...Light and painting...Love the light...cove lighting...Light Hardwood
“The wall photo” — anjoorai
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