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Elan Designs
2 Reviews
Élan Designs – Interior Designer Los Angeles
Ideabooks1,310
Questions4
timber instead with el wire or leds
LED lighting and relief wall to conceal wires
The lighting is so unique
Led back light panels
Yellow LED backlight
Clever lighting idea
Love the yellow light
Lighting, do...Conceal lighting...rope light...LED lighting...mur avec leds...led in living room...the light...led light...ambient light...cove lighting
“Lighting” — Jin Sok
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Dominion Granite and Marble is Northern Virginia and DC's premier fabricator. We specialize in countertops, vanities, fireplaces, remnant stone, and custom fabrication both residential and commercial.
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Pool House
Ideabooks11,740
Questions7
The deck is so beautiful!! How do you put lights in it?
They are a 1 watt LED deck light in copper, but you can get them in 316 grade stainless steel. They require a driver to run the lights and any qualified electrician can install them.
Interior wall colour Outdoor kitchen and tiled splash back Exterior wall and eaves colour Lighting
I love the feeling of another room the lights on the deck and the huge overhang
angle of the trim and the lights
Deck and lights in the deck
Love the outdoor opening and the
“the stone patio” — mhgrant5
Frank & Grossman Landscape Contractors, Inc.
Urban Oasis 06 (design by Gillespie Moody Patterson, Inc.)
Ideabooks9,564
Questions4
We are looking for an outdoor shower head with foot wash and hand held. We like the look of this fixture. All suggestions most appreciated.
Outdoor Shower option on Northern side of house.
Outdoor shower for Mike
Simple Outdoor shower
small outdoor shower
wicked outdoor shower
Outdoor shower simple
Outdoor shower...Light post...Outdoor showers...Shower outdoor...Love outdoor shower...Outdoor shower1...Outdoor ideas...outdoor shower
“Bamboo” — asiajoanna
dSPACE Studio Ltd
5 Reviews
Master Bathroom
Ideabooks34,208
Questions39
Hi - and beautiful job yet again. What type of LED tape did you use? (ie, manufacturer) And is 12V sufficient, or is that 24V? So is there just a 1 inch or so
What type of lights were used for the shower, particularly the strip?
Just curious how you created that light strip along the back wall. Looks very cool.
Beautiful space! Can you please tell me if the size of the can lights are 3" or 4"? Thank you!
The ceiling light is absolutely gorgeous!! Would you please tell me where you got it.
Hi Vicki. Paint color will vary in different lighting conditions. For instance, LED lights can alter the perception of the paint color when compared to natural light or even fluorescent light. If possible, test various coat applications on a sample piece of cabinetry or wood. Typically cabinetry will
“Wall colour” — Lyn Windram
Crisp Architects
42 Reviews
Crisp Architects
Ideabooks146K
Questions159
Can you help me to find the smallest recessed LED ceiling lights to disappear in new beadboard ceiling
Beautiful! Could you please share the spacing and placement info of the recessed lighting ? Also the type of light and wattage used. Thank you!
Would these pendant lights work for an island 30" by 80"? 8 foot ceilings?
what kind of flooring and where to get it and color? also where to get lights?
Where did you get the pendant lights above island?
What is the distance between spotlights? are these 4" lights? thanks for your answer
Each can light will be different. When you are doing a lighting layout for a room and using recessed lighting always check the beam spread of that specific light. They also do great LED 3" cans that make a beautiful spread of light. The bigger the size does not mean more light.
“everything!, +lights would prefer a darker floor” — blfulp
Slifer Designs
1 Review
Hawaii Residence
Ideabooks32,977
Questions14
I'm looking for a similar outdoor shower fixture. Do you know where this one is from?
What is the outdoor seat made of and where
My master bath connects to a courtyard and have been thinking of putting in an outdoor shower, but not sure if I should have it drain back into indoor plumbing,into the french drains or just into plant beds.
Kohler has a basic industrial looking outdoor shower fixture.
open master bath to outdoor area
Oooooo extenda bathroom to an outdoor shower. Fun
Terrific idea for integrated outdoor shower
not have some sort of outdoor bathing setup. This one has an indoor tub and an outdoor shower surrounded by a volcanic rock wall. Privacy, luxury and tropical breezes.
12. Extend an indoor bathroom outdoors. Glass doors that lead to an outdoor shower let in the natural light, while the rock wall provides
“Outdoor shower” — Kimmi Greentree
Arkin Tilt Architects
1 Review
IdeaGarden
Ideabooks6,484
Questions3
A wide multi-fold door completely opens the new dining room to the outdoors, while its generous veranda roof shades the interior space from the western sun. This porch features an outdoor countertop and sink for washing vegetables on their way from the garden to the kitchen and table. © www.edwardc
What fixtures did you use for the step lighting?
The steps are a custom detail with an LED light tape. A little challenging to execute!
flexible LED lighting strips can be installed along stair treads or on the underside of planting beds
timber beams - outdoor to indoor use
angled no more than 90 degrees from the ground and fully shielded from casting light upward.
Shield lights. Low-profile lights and lights that are sunk into walls and steps work beautifully to illuminate walking areas. Flood lights and spotlights are very damaging to animal habitats, because they spread light directly into trees and out across the coastline. Avoid lighting mounted on a
“porch” — nbirkhahn
Little Miracles Designs
8 Reviews
Brooklyn Heights Modern Garden
Ideabooks2,222
Questions2
How is this lighting accomplished? thank you
Use warm-toned lights. Harsh blue and bright white fluorescent lights should be avoided.
I like the lights provides awesome abeyance.
Use warm-toned lights. Harsh blue and bright white fluorescent lights should be avoided. Instead, use amber-colored fire light, tiki torches and lights with red and orange tones to set your landscape aglow.
“Front yard” — Sarah Flickinger
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