Uplighting shows off the architecture of a ceiling even this high.
Check out how the up lights showcase the wainscoting on this ceiling.
Up lights designate the dining area in an open-floor layout.
Lights in the tray in the bedroom ups the romantic mood tenfold.
Up lights are great ways to enhance the beauty of a sculpture and indoor plants. Turns the color volume up on even white!
Up-light sconces nicely done bringing the shadows upward and cozy looking.
If you are using your stairwell wall as a focal point, add up lights to accentuate it.
Show off your gorgeous stairs and keep guests steady as they climb after dusk.
Small up lights on the top of your mantel allow light to beautifully creep up a stone, brick or tiled wall.
The use of up lights on a high mantel close to the ceiling creates the look of more open space.
If you have a great view, install up lights on the walls around or above it so no strong light source interferes with taking it all in.
On tall walls, up-light sconces catch the light-creating ambiance when the lower walls are windows.
Lets take a lesson from movie theatres and use up lights to keep you from banging into furniture and spilling your popcorn in a dark home theater.
Up lights inside a tray ceiling create a cozy warm glow above without getting in the way of the picture on the screen.
Pop out the color of wall behind built ins or cabinetry using up lights.
Up lights in niches spotlight a small space and anything special within it.
Light a hallway with up-light sconces on the wall.
Use of up lights down a long hallway light the path at night in a subtle way. I love the way they accentuate the arched walls.