554,292 lighting for entry Home Design Photos

SURROUNDS Landscape Architecture + Construction
3 Reviews
Vibrant Surroundings
Can you tell me who makes the lighting fixture? Thanks
Could you tell me the diameter of this light and where I might purchase? Thank you
These lights are manufactured by Vision 3. Their website has a list of Reps that you can contact to get the light you want
Stone columns w/wood gate. Lights in columns.
“clouer gate” — lsvprasad
Northern Virginia Painting Professionals
We have been working in the Northern Virginia and Maryland area for over a decade and have many happy clients on both sides of the beltway.
Maddock Construction Company
5 Reviews
Where can I find these light fixtures? - thanks!
The stain used on this entry door was Sikkens "Teak". Thank you for your question.
Light Fixtures...Entry between garages...Nice Cast Stone, protected entry...Front Door Light...This is my front entry...Lights on porch...Love lights...outdoor lighting...Light fixtures...Entrance lights.
“windows” — wijayahouse
Randall Architects
3 Reviews
Classic Urban Interior Renovation
Where can I find the light fixtures? So pretty.
Where can I get this light fixture?
Need help for my entry...Light fixtures , black & white...Foyer Lights - 2x...Flooring back entry...Light fixture...light and dark contrast!...foyer light...Black white floor Steps Lighting...lights for hall
“Boring??” — dbhartley
Sutton Suzuki Architects
6 Reviews
Quality Design
Hi, those lights on the stairs are amazing....and I can't find them anywhere.
I love the lights and looked everwhere for them and have not been able to find the them. I've even gone into lumens and living as well as called them
Where can one purchase these lights, or are they custom?
deltalight us website, they have several photos of the puk light. Some look as If they emit alot of light. Other photos are faint. I'll let ya know. One thing
ordered these lights that were dimmable? I was told that they could be dimmed but only if you asked for a dimmable driver. I have these lights and they are
thing is for sure....the photos make the lights look amazing!!
Luckily I don't need many! Did you find they put off enough lighting for function or just decorative?
“Stair lights on wall” — Paul Dell
Kathy Best Design
2 Reviews
Napa Valley Showhouse
the dressage lighting from Circa lighting but very expansive ...DYI project for sure !
hate the painting, but kind of like the entry and the little
AFTER dated entry: Best decided to make the entry a place to linger and look, not just a glorified hallway. To do that she filled
Terry St. John, Dolby Chadwick Gallery, pillows: Epoca; light fixture: Dressage Round Ceiling Light, Circa
AFTER: Best decided to make the entry a place to linger and look, not just a glorified hallway. To do that she filled it with color, accessories and furniture
Best chose small horse figures for the table and the floor, as well as a light fixture that features equestrian-inspired straps.Rug: Tony Kitz Gallery;
Way to decorate an entry way
“Table” — cubby1977
Wendi Young Design
Wendi Young Design
recently (could not be happier with price/quality) and I think I saw a similar light fixture. They can customize too. Good Luck. (and OMG that dog is adorable
Wendi Young Design SaveEmail This entry showcases a collection that emphasizes texture in a neutral palette. It is
This entry showcases a collection that emphasizes texture in a neutral palette. It
“the driftwood door” — candicecase
Nunley Custom Homes
17 Reviews
Front entry
where did you get the lights? thank you
I like this formal entry set up.
Door and lights with dry render...front entry...Close to present lights...Outdoor light...fd lights size...light fixtures beside door...Front entry
“Large door” — irresistible
Kristi Spouse Interiors
11 Reviews
The Gambrel Roof Home
The intensity of the light to the left of the door is what I
Love the diamond pattern walkway leading to the entry
could cut back existing roof over entry and build new gable, add posts
Tim would prefer a double door entry. I prefer one door with windos
starts at the front door. Simple sconces flanking the door can add enough light for visitors, while uplighting along posts and a warm glow from within are
“Maybe no sidelights, but I like the double doors with glass” — cpdesilets
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