97,202 Recessed step light Home Design Photos

Gerald D. Cowart, AIA, LEED AP
10 Reviews
Stephanie's Cottage
Ideabooks3,530
Questions3
This lattice is job site built from Pressure treated pine 1"x 2" on a 3" center. What makes it nice is that it is heavy and deeply recessed from the front of the brick.
great foundation detail and steps to side.
love the porch, the roofline, the stairs/lights
the green accents and steps out back door with lights
very welcoming, nice brickwork, stair lights, wooden features, roof lines
“I like the colors” — Jean Holmes
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dSPACE Studio Ltd, AIA
5 Reviews
Outdoor Lounge & Sun Deck
Ideabooks2,625
Questions1
What did you use for your step risers and how did you backlight them?
frosted plexiglass and the area behind the riser is painted white to help diffuse the light evenly throughout the whole riser. In this case, the stair riser detail was constructed pre-LED everything and the light source utilized here is a custom made cold-cathode fixture. For a project like this today
everything about this: light to landscape
Step from pool to back deck lighting understand step
Integrated seating and planters conserve space. Use of land scape lighting
“Cool lighted stair risers” — kcdawg
Alex Maguire Photography
Fulham Apartment
Ideabooks3,578
Questions1
Lights on steps and lights going form steps
glass staircase with rail on top and nice lighting
Two different styles of steps and lighting on both
lights up the stair wall, lights under stairs
I like the lighting under the steps.
handrail and step lites
Good lighting concept
Lighting going up stairway
Wood stairs stairs light
Led lights under the stairs
Lighting under the steps
Light down the stairs
Lighting and the stairs
under-stair lighting
step lighting...Lighted stairwell...Lights in stairs...glass & lights...cove lighting...stair lighting...staircase lighting
“Escalera” — alealanis
Gunn Landscape Architecture
Tribeca NY
Ideabooks1,950
Questions0
Waterfall that's echoed in the same design as the steps. Like the lit steps, but not with those types of lights.
contained bamboo with good under step lighting
Railing, step lighting
higher up with steps
concealed/low level lighting
detail on step landing
stair lights - strands
Wooden stairs n the light
stair lights...lights under steps...Deck lights...Nice deck lights...riser lights...stairs and lights...stair lighting
“Just the Water Feature” — arshdeepd
Thuilot Associates
Orinda Residence 4
Ideabooks6,881
Questions4
Landscape lighting - brand used for deck?
The lights on the deck are the Hadco Copper Pathlyte (GAL3).
possible step up to the deck
stepped decking at levels less than 30" each
for guards. As they step along with the adjacent grade, they maintain a constant relationship to the site that’s always less than 30 inches."
front of house - wood porch to stone steps transistion
the need for guards altogether.Terraces. Sloping sites can take advantage of a terraced deck configuration to minimize the need for guards. As they step along with the adjacent grade, they maintain a constant relationship to the site that’s always less than 30 inches.
few tight corners.Stripping is used primarily to spot treat areas where old stain still clings tightly to the surface, such as on railings and other light-traffic surfaces.Tip: Don’t allow your pressure-washing nozzle to get closer than 12 inches from your deck, and avoid lingering on one spot for too
“From wood to concrete” — vlien
Cynthia Lynn Photography
6 Reviews
Bucktown Beauty
Ideabooks2,652
Questions4
required for stairs varies from home to home. The height from floor to floor determines the number of risers and treads (steps). A typical home has a rise of around 7.5" per step and a run (step depth) of 11". Most homes have 13-14 treads so the footprint would be about 154" long by the width of the stairs (36"
I like the first few steps open and bigger.
Goes with prior photo of lights underneath
Change the white risers to the same color as the steps.
I like that the steps at the bottom are open to another angle.
“Stainless rail could work???” — Ryan Neal
Rebekah Zaveloff | KitchenLab
6 Reviews
KitchenLab
Ideabooks77,289
Questions73
I love all your designs! Question on the yoke light please...
I have a white recessed panel inset cabinet, exposed hinges kitchen, marble tops, polished nickel hardware. I want three of the large yoke but it's very
Anyone know the manufacturer of the swing arm lights above the windows?
Does anyone know where I could find the lights above the island? Thanks!
This is so beautiful! I am in love with the lighting. My kitchen Island is roughly 45" wide in a 14' x 15' Ushaped kitchen (8ft ceilings). How many pendants above the island should I use? Also how many schoolhouse semi-flush lights would you use?
My home is being transformed from traditional/eclectic to Coastal. My kitchen is all white, and my floor is a brick color porcelain. It's hard to tell from this picture, but are you using these school house semi flush mount lights in place of high hats? Or would
“White kitchen” — Anna Trovato
Tate Studio Architects
3 Reviews
Sefcovic Residence
Ideabooks5,352
Questions6
The staircase is tempered glass from Meltdown Glass ad is being supported by metal supports. The steps themselves are engineered to be structurally sound and meet code requirements of friction as to not be slippery.
Do the recesses on one wall to create shelves for books etc
metal bars going across would be safer with allowance for light as yet.
crinkly cactus on either side of side gate and to right of front gate with spots landscape lighting at base
“Blue stairs” — Rita Harris
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