572,586 lighting effects Home Design Photos

Garret Cord Werner Architects & Interior Designers
6 Reviews
Master Bathroom
Ideabooks27,171
Questions5
"cretestone" plaster we do in South-Africa. Beautiful, but porous in showers. It's basically cement mixed with either yellow or green type of acid. Effect really looks stunning!
Using blue&green tile for inside water line. Under water lights
again, I like the continuation of water effect here
“Pool” — jcatelan
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.
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AR Design Studio Ltd
5 Reviews
Manor House Stables
Ideabooks2,282
Questions2
Minimal use of color and yet very effective. Harmonious.
Single story with multiple "parking" bays. Cupolas add to effect of agriculture building.
window with 3 lights for front of house?
“red bricks black windows” — jajadahalan
Cynthia Lynn Photography
6 Reviews
Water Front in the Windy City
Ideabooks4,401
Questions7
Box everything. Now that you've cleared out space in your storage areas, think about ways to make your storage really work for you. One simple but effective strategy is to tuck every single item in storage — whether in closets, cupboards or in deep storage — into a box or bin.
pale cyan, almost baby blue in the light
Box everything. Now that you've cleared out space in your storage areas, think about ways to make your storage really work for you. One simple but effective strategy is to tuck every single item in storage — whether in closets, cupboards or in deep storage — into a box or bin. Containers instantly make
“color sheme” — diplomat0527
AMS Landscape Design Studios, Inc.
4 Reviews
AMS Landscape Design Studios, Inc.
Ideabooks6,106
Questions1
Do this on a smaller scale, and place african masks and tall grass in the background with lighting for a spectacular effect! Add fish!
Waterfall effect!
“Pretty. Feels very Mediterranean to me.” — mmcdole
Nick Noyes Architecture
4 Reviews
Healdsburg Residence
Ideabooks4,621
Questions4
shadows from the structure above the window and doors on the side of this home, visual proof that screens can block out intense sun. To maximize the effectiveness of fixed louvers, pair up with a local architect to analyze the specific location of your house, including the climate zone and latitude in which
shadows from the structure above the window and doors on the side of this home; visual proof that screens can block out intense sun. To maximise the effectiveness of fixed louvres, pair up with a local architect to analyse the specific location of your house, including the climate zone and latitude in which
“"U" shaped house with courtyard” — akantgias
Gerald D. Cowart, AIA, LEED AP
10 Reviews
Stephanie's Cottage
Ideabooks4,659
Questions9
not know about the negative effects on the rivers however. I always thought that it was sensible and enviornmentally sound to use reclaimed wood. That is good to know. Thank you.
One of My favorite antique recycled woods but, it's RECLAMATION can have NEGATIVE EFFECTS on the rivers where they
dark woods and light greens
“Bunny lamp for cal!” — waytena
Siddons Design Team, Decorating Den Interiors
4 Reviews
Siddons Design Team
Ideabooks10,926
Questions15
the grand effect that windows being bare does not give. makes the eye transcend upwards to appreciate the vastness of the room.
9. Architectural effect. Create an architectural illusion by installing individual cornice boards between your windows rather than over them. In this picture, coordinating stationary fabric panels were added as faux columns. Styling tip: Try using a large-pattern fabric for your cornice board instead
“top” — Susan Butler
ALL Design
1 Review
Family Friendly Remodel
Ideabooks7,109
Questions10
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master bath toilet separation without losin light
“toilet” — lyn416
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