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Stephanie Wiley Photography
6 Reviews
Entry Way with phone nook
Ideabooks9,819
Questions5
Interesting way to have a lot of light in a 2 story foyer with views of the backyward, and a tucked away entrance to basement stairs.
faraway friend. A dedicated area for phone use is a rarity today, when many people lay their heads on fluffy pillows right next to smart phones that blink and vibrate throughout the night.
“Office under stairs...wainscoting for panels , one being door” — jaws557
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My Houzz: Revamped Flea Market Finds add personality to a Dutch home
Ideabooks8,189
Questions2
light wood floor
Blink with table
“Bunks w/workspace” — amiskewycz
Interiors by Erik R Galiana
4 Reviews
Cape Town Residence
Ideabooks74
Questions0
photo Credit - Blink Photography, Cape Town
“Carpet” — teresagawey
Tewes Design
Boy's Room
Ideabooks9,000
Questions6
I think that dog blinked
“Rideau” — adele0525
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Bling Bling Kitchen
Ideabooks1,424
Questions5
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“Backsplash” — jenade
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Sterling Home
Ideabooks62
Questions0
Blink Photography
“detailing around garage” — BuildProfessional
Capricorn Engineering & Drafting Services
Sterling Home
Ideabooks91
Questions0
Blink Photography
“Glass wall” — kield
McKay Landscape Lighting
11 Reviews
Spring 2012 Installation - Contempory
Ideabooks2,680
Questions2
Love the lighting in the wall!
Who is the manufacturer of the wall lighting?
They are custom made with concrete, lexan and LED tape lighting.
do I like the lighting on wall?
Lexan over rope lights in wall
concreted fence - lighted glass embedded
design statement. These artfully placed strip lights provide movement and interest to the night scene — as well as light the route to the front door. Take this same idea and give it a twist. Use flexible LED light tape or light rope to make sweeping lines of light inset in a wall, a patio or pool decking
decking. Fashion a cover for the inset light tape out of glass tiles, a metal screen or custom-cut polycarbonate, or tuck the light source up under a built-in lip to finish the look. Don't limit yourself just to strip lighting when tweaking standard lighting techniques — dream up alternate uses of downlights
“Luz” — 0scar
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