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David Hertz & Studio of Environmental Architecture
there light emanating from the top and bottom of the mirror? How?
off the wall enough to fit a strip of LED lights behind.
Light behind the mirror
gray tile wall...white wall...Light behind mirror...wall tile and sink...shower walls...Wall tiles
Bocci 14 Series Five LED Pendant
Shades -white Table and chairs if table has leaves Lighting and corner table
leaves Lighting and small corner table
glass wall...pendant lighting...accent wall...wall art...Accent wall...Wall colors...nice colour wall
Fourteen LED Pendant Chandelier by Bocci
track lighting...white wall...pendant light...oversized wall art...Stone wall...Rock wall...Light fixture
My Houzz: An Art-Filled Austin Home Has Something to Add
and back light them with LED
wall with glass for entry way/stair
The use of translucent windows lets in light without sacrificing privacy. Amy Schuster
Like the use of mosaic style side light widow and frosted glass
Circular landscape design, shower tower, bathroom counter,kitchen counter drum, purple cabinet, sliding glass door wall of windows
is so light because of the floors, ceilings, walls.... lights.....
Picture on wall and surround sound
Beautiful Grey laminate floors with white walls
Wine wall...table Wine wall...LED tv...light wood floor...Wall Color...light hardwood
Erdreich Architecture, P.C.
kitchen with bamboo cabinets and resin countertops
white LED strip lights under the opaque glass door cabinet could be a way to accentuate the green back wall.
The hood can be covered intentially with style (light)
kitchen wall assembly
LIGHTS over the stove
Fort the sink/window wall
wall color...Sink wall...light wood
Resort Custom Homes
The Hennek Residence
The lighting in the bottom bunk appears to be impractical & dangerous. Burn, breakage (then electrical), and fire hazard if the light touches bedding. Would you really want your child using this?
probably a led light so it heat isnt an issue. the staircase would be an issue no handrail rise run issue
total wall length is 16' 6" (including another stack of beds to left of stairs). Assuming standard Twin-size mattresses, bed berths are approx 6' 5" long, walls/posts are likely 2x6 construction (so 6 1/2" thick), which would leave around 31" for the ladder -- give or take a few inches. Depth of berths