156,424 modern stair lights Home Design Photos

Brighton Homes Utah
Parade of Homes 2013
I don't see any other lighting in this hallway. Are these single bulb fixtures enough lighting? I am considering lighting our hallway with a series of single 60 watt bulb lantern pendants and I'm not sure if it will be enough light
light. Seeing this photo has given me hope! This is the fixture we are considering. http://www.houzz.com/photos/10922431/Nuvo-Lighting-60-992-Single-Light-Down-Lighting-Outdoor-Pendant-from-the-Corners-- Do you think that 4-5 of these are enough in a 3.5 foot wide by 25 foot long hallway? Thank you.
enough light. I agree that 60 watt would be kind of dim. The Kichler lights we used were open at the bottom to manage the heat, so we could go with a higher wattage. That is a drawback with a fully enclosed light fixture like the Nuvo version - they are going to limit your bulb wattage.
“Door and floors” — auntiehattie
Loudoun County Interior Designer
Full service Interior Design Firm
April and May
black stairs
Great Alternative to Completly redoing Stairs!
Bedroom stairs? Keep them dark and hidden away if you don't want them a feature of the room
Stairs twisted double back
Joint between stairs
All Black Stairs Work Too...?
All black...maybe down stairs
Back stair way...Black stairs...Like stairs...vlack stairs...black stairs...black stairs
“stairs” — ouruniquehome
Chris Pardo Design - Elemental Architecture
4 Reviews
Beachaus II
We like the stair with landing idea. Safe
Floating stairs see brackets
Stairs - same layout!
shaped stairs...stairs to basement...Open tread stair...Concrete stairs...Open stairs...Open stairs design...concrete stairs
“door” — frostwing
Willey Design LLC
1 Review
Los Angeles, CA Residence
Perhaps do something to stair wall going up
I like stair railing. Square, not intricate
Stair posts like mine with darker wood steps and hand rail
table and chair by stairs
bench and table against stairs
Under stairs love the chair!
considered modern or electic?
Stair wall in den...table under stairs...Near stairs entry...By stairs...Bottom of stairs
“Nice green color.” — mjgoodale
AMDG Architects
Family recreation building stairs
winding stair, with the home gym in the background.
Nice modern metal and wood mixed stairs and railing
Need to put windy stairs somewhere
steel stairs...The stairs...Stairs and more...the stair case...Stairs basketball...Stair 25...building stairs...spiral stairs
“Love” — rokenbrodt
D-CRAIN Design and Construction
Idea for stairs beside possible garage
Metal stair risers w tiered beds
Nice stairs going down to water
metal stair fronts mixed with 1/2 concrete walking stair and half rock garden
stairs extend into planting bed
wall, stair, plant combo
Are these poured concrete stairs?
Metal on stairs...The stairs...clean stairs...crete stairs
“Like the metal wall” — daniellebeth
Mark English Architects, AIA
8 Reviews
dining room
I currently have 5-6 low voltage floods in my front floor beds. The floods don't do a job of providing security or accent lighting. The lights are effected by shrub growth and don't really reflect up very high on my single story home. I've considered adding well lights but seems
help with lighting fixtures for the master bathroom
We'll be putting in a 48 in cabinet, the shower is across the cabinet, what kind of lighting will we need to be enough. Fixture will go over the cabinet.
We're going to be renting a house and the den is dark wood paneling. How can we make it look modern without paint?
new and modern. I don't know what to choose. Should info safe and choose ipe? I'm thinking about resale value as guajuvira is very bold while ipe is somewhat more safe.
“Шгг” — Olga Kostrova
Risinger Homes
9 Reviews
Travis Heights - Dining & Living Area
Vertical run of stairs next adjacent
I like Globus chair but rest of room is too modern/stark
Doable mix of modern & rustic
Like the lighting in the back
Recessed rectangle lights
Chairs & light...modern icons...recessed lighting...ceiling lighting
“Like texture on wall” — greglepp
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