22,700 cable light system Home Design Photos

Studio Durham Architects
1 Review
Loft living room/art wall
Industrial look ac systems. Partitioned bedrooms wood floors.
Everything walls , lights on the
like the wall lights in this pic
interesting little lights
Modern lighting...lighting for art...the lights
“Floors” — mdhhowe
Loudoun County Kitchen & Bath Remodeler
We are designers and builders of home additions and renovations throughout Northern Virginia. Our team of designers, craftsman and builders have been in business for over 27 years.
Judith Taylor Designs
7 Reviews
Cape Cod hurricane restoration
light wood tone in the room
warm,light, flexible, adds space, allows for int'l elements
3. Reflect natural light. This room has lots of natural light, drawing on a less-obvious strategy. Anytime you introduce mirrors, like the ones on the wall behind the sectional here, you reflect and amplify the light. Tip: Place a mirror opposite any available window if you have a dark basement or
reduction. Many condo bylaws still require wall-to-wall carpeting. No need to wonder why. Big-screen TVs, speakerphones, computers and modern sound systems make our homes noisy places. Carpeting helps absorb these sound vibrations, especially with a good-quality pad beneath it. It works as a barrier between
or family room. No matter how small the window, it will bounce more light around.
“Color's and chair” — sooze925
Phil Kean Design Group
15 Reviews
NeMo (New Modern)
Thank you so much for getting back to me with the REALSTONE SYSTEMS
lighted art nooks; combined use of wood and stone on floor, accented with ledgerock - amazing
This hallway niche offers a stylish way to add lighting and visual cues. Lighted niches keep the hallway clear of obstruction because the light is in the wall instead of protruding. It also gives the hallway a bit of flair at a time when universal design can be thought of as sterile and institutional
“La pierre dans l'escalier” — usanasa
Karen Joy Interiors
Karen Joy Interiors
What kind of heating system did you have to work around?
Valance? Framing windows with books and lights.
I need a lot of light in the room like here
lighting in window seat
Shelf lighting, radiator
reading lights...window seat lights
“protruding seating” — a_honour
Alan Mascord Design Associates Inc
7 Reviews
True Residence
Like this raised panel cabinet, (including color), beams, ?lights, blue walls, barn door
Love the detail on the light wood sliding doors.
you the flexibility of having an open or closed kitchen. You can keep it open for everyday use — to enjoy the open, expansive feel and circulation of light — while having the option to shut those doors if you want to keep kids, pets or visitors out, or to hide the prep mess while entertaining.
“Doors that slide to use for entrance into pantry and laundry rooms or use them to close off kitchen” — kjtr
CW Design, LLC
17 Reviews
Georgian Revival
there is no space wasted. I don't believe in overcrowding spaces. On the wall to the left that you don't see are cabinets, a MW, a built-in coffee system, and a desk with storage above. Along the right wall is a long window with a seating area and another cabinet to the left of it. There is seating also
dark grey island base / light countertop / light perimeter cabinets
Light gray cabinets - dark gray island
“Island no sink” — tbjcmas1
Doni Flanigan
Doni Flanigan Interior Design Artist
Visit http://www.clopaydoor.com or call 800-225-6729 to find a dealer in your area. We offer a design tool on our website called the Door Imagination System you can use to upload a photo of your home and try on both door styles to find the perfect match. Photos of each collection are shown below.
I had these light fixtures hand made in Los Angeles CA.
They liked the garage doors with rock around it and lighting by the
The Collins , lighting and water fountain
“Color” — tanialucarelli
Thom Filicia Inc.
1 Review
floors match with light sand cabinets?
My kitchen cabinets are very light sand wood and I need to do the floors in my home. I prefer hardwood but dont know which color hardwood matches the best
mirror is where it can't be seen into directly. Over the mantel or a high bookcase may not be great for checking out your outfit, but it will reflect light and views and add a wonderful sense of depth to the room. Don't always choose a rectangular mirror — circle mirrors are a classic choice, and a pair
reading material that appeals to all tastes: mysteries, bestsellers, nonfiction, short stories and more. Don't forget to add bedside lamps or reading lights, as well as a cushy spot in which to curl up.
“Gaaahhh! I'm in love.” — Trisha Buck
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