596,495 Up Lights Home Design Photos

Carson Poetzl, Inc.
3 Reviews
Carson Poetzl, Inc.
Ideabooks984
Questions1
The mantel up lighting is beautiful! I want to do it!! What type of light is it? What brand and / or model
Accent lighting. Up lighting. Would like to find opportunities for small puck up lights/accents.
lighting on stone wall at front
Warm atmosphere created by up lights. Small up lights on the top of your mantel allow light to beautifully creep up a stone, brick or tiled wall.
Small up lights on the top of your mantel allow light to beautifully creep up a stone, brick or tiled wall.
“Uplighting example” — ajaybee
Forum Phi - Architecture | Interiors | Planning
Kitchen Dining
Ideabooks8,106
Questions22
What is the lighting used under and over the cabinets? thanks.
Are the bulbs light fittings in the ceiling warm white or daylight?
I'd like to know about the countertop. Love the lighting as well.
what specifically was used here, but often I've seen rope lighting used above cabinets, and LED lights as well. For under cabinet lighting I like to use xenon task lights with lenses to diffuse the light, but there are puck lights and LED lights available for that as well.
Lighting added above the cabinets to increase light in the room
up lights on top of cabinetry
Can lighting - if bright enough
lighting- lights above cabinets under cabinets can lights in ceiling. t5 fluorescent
lighting above and below counters give great lighting
“Good kitchen” — jjturner
C.O.S Design
5 Reviews
Creative Outdoor Solutions
Ideabooks51,091
Questions15
What are the upward projecting lights on the left side of the photo? T
I really like the way the accentuate the walls while providing lots of light.
Thanks. They are LED accent lights spiked into the garden bed below. They are brighter than normal in this photo due to the over exposure of night photography. You can view them at http://www.gan.com.au/products/accent-lights/accento-5
600mm wide by about the same high. All raised planters are always tanked with aggregate and drainage in the bottom. They also contain irrigation and lighting.
Up lighting on wall under deck
Great use of up lights - reflective
Up lighting, also walls with fence.
UPLIGHTING OF SURROUND - BENCH LIGHTING
Lightings and concrete around for plants
“Planter” — judy747
Northern Virginia Landscape Architect and Designer
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Modern Exterior
Ideabooks1,239
Questions2
I like how they've lit up the trees to cast shadows on the exterior wall.
Like the lighting effect and tree
Lighting on this wall is beautiful
Lighting idea for exterior of house
Try placing uplighting beneath trees and bushes to create cool shadows at night. Installing the lights at night, or simply experimenting with a flashlight before installing, allows you to see exactly how the shadows will play at night.
“Lights” — nancymporter
kbcdevelopments
7 Reviews
Echo Beach
Ideabooks11,483
Questions7
I like the wall wash lighting on the concrete wall. where can I find similar lighting?
I love this wall, love the up lighting which just emphasizes the fantastic texture! This look like a poured in place concrete wall which is what inspired our concrete board form tile
speaking to your local lighting & electrical professional along with MP Lighting. Thanks for your interest! www.kbcdevelopments.com
Can you tell me the specs of the lights (ie. which wattage version, what light spread) and what is
upward ground lighting for north exterior walkway
Entry corridor: Cement wall. Up/down-lights to emphasize texture. Cedar siding should continue to interior.
cut a channel in the side of one side concrete add led lights and
“Lighting” — danitahinton
Exteriors By Chad Robert
8 Reviews
Private Residence II
Ideabooks1,495
Questions1
up lights and ground spot to left
trees up by house, limbed up
accent lights of trees compliments pool lighting
Lighting Up the Waters Water features gain extra drama when illuminated at night.
Lighting up the water bodies and the trees look good at night
Landscape Design Outdoor Living Lighting Outdoor Lighting to Make Your
trees are lit up at night
Lighting Up the WatersWater features gain extra drama when illuminated at night.
“love this landscape” — steff13
Contemporary Landscape
Ideabooks7,485
Questions3
Have you used white lights or green bulbs?
What kind of lights did you use?How many? Placed on branches?
LOVE this! I have a similar Oak & would love to apply this lighting
is there a potential problem with sparks floating up to ;the ;branches?
Lovely up-lighting in this tree...a thing of beauty creates a majical resting spot.
tree lighting gives a romantic look
Background lighting - more than lighting the tree
can light it up like this one.
I have this tree, lights would be breathtaking
Love the lighting on the tree
When you light trees, you bring ambient light to the area and encourage circulation to it. A lit landscape viewed from inside a home is a great asset and encourages movement to the outside. Focusing landscape lighting on trees rather than paths draws the eye up and stokes curiosity.
“Love the lighting in the tree. I need to do this as I have a very similar tree in my backyard.” — Craig Stedry
FORMA Design
17 Reviews
A Tenleytown Rowhouse
Ideabooks944
Questions3
Use up lighting to increase height of ceiling.
Include uplighting. Notice how the ceiling seems to float in this photo. Bouncing light off the ceiling creates visual height. Sconces, cove lighting and even
seems to float in this photo. Bouncing light off the ceiling creates visual height. Sconces, cove lighting and even affordable torchieres can deliver this effect. This is a great technique for basements.
bounce light off ceiling to make it look highter
7. Include uplighting. Notice how the ceiling seems to float in this photo. Bouncing light off the ceiling creates visual height. Sconces, cove lighting and even affordable torchieres
float in this photo. Bouncing light off the ceiling creates visual height. Sconces, cove lighting and even affordable torchieres can deliver this effect. This is a great technique for basements.
“Big window” — tg2000
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