760,035 photo lighting Home Design Photos

Geoff Chick & Associates
5 Reviews
Williams Residence
Where can I find the hanging lights?
where did the lights come from????
of these: http://www.houzz.com/photos/1975794/Canterbury-kitchen-countertops-other-metro http://www.houzz.com/photos/1972658/Ashford-kitchen-countertops-other-metro http://www.houzz.com/photos/1972681/Nottingham-kitchen-countertops-other-metro http://www.houzz.com/photos/1972683/Park-Gate-kitchen-cou
Ceilings, island, floors, lights, open kitchen to dining room
kitchen island lights
hanging pendant light
light blue kitchen island
Grosvenor One-Light Downlight
nice hanging lights...island lighting...Light fixtures...Pendant lights...light blue tile
“Paint color” — genni531
Venegas and Company
12 Reviews
Old Mill
Hello...can you please tell me the countertops in this photo. I need to make a very quick decision today and I am struggling. Some designers believe the granite or marble drives the cabinet color. Thanks.
Just found this photo...love it! Lacking enough storage in my kitchen, I've decided to add more cabinets, on a free wall (no other cabinets). I'd really like it to look
What type of lighting (specific product please) did you use in the cabinets and undermount?
The undercabinet lighting is a Juno fixture UPF34-WH, but if you are looking for something to give off less heat, we suggest using an LED fixture, UPLED22-WH. The interior puck light is outdated and we often use another Juno fixture, model USTL1-3K-WH
“Columns” — jcrinella
Pamela Foster & Associates, Inc.
12 Reviews
Pamela Foster
over the photo, it will tell you what the color of the granite is, and there are other "notes" on this photo too.
Hey, thanks for the question. In working with my clients, I must see the space and natural/ambient light before
Is it a basic white subway tile? In this photo it appears to have a subtle shading. Do you remember the make and the name of the shade? Many thanks.
before I can make a decision on colors. Color is one of my specialties, and I don't take it lightly; I spend a fair amount of time getting it right the first time around. I am not familiar with Citrene, nor your house, so I regret that I cannot help you. Color can be tricky, so my best advice is to hire
I like the dark counter top with the light cabinets. Not the carpet though
“Interesting kitchen layout.” — rushare
Normandy Remodeling
36 Reviews
Transitional Glam Kitchen
countertop, which gives the look of Carrera marble but is far more durable. The butcher block counter at the end of the island has an abundance of lighting for prep work and houses the prep sink. The contrast in heights, colors and textures of these two countertops provides a nice visual break for this
Where are these lights from? I love them!
have many similar styles of chandeliers for sale on the houzz marketplace! Here is a direct link to a similar style! http://www.houzz.com/photos/10187336/6-Light-22--Gold--Chandelier-Victorian-Design-traditional-chandeliers-
believe they are called the Benson Pendant. Good luck on finding beautiful light fixtures for your home!
I just spoke with the Normandy Designer, Chris Ebert, about this project, and he notified me that the stools in this photo are from Ikea. I hope this helps!
“Coifa” — nadiatalla
Ventana Construction LLC
11 Reviews
Greenlake Custom Home
Anyone know who manufactures these lights? Thx
They are cherry. We just posted new photos of a custom contemporary kitchen
inquiry. The cabinets are Cherry and were custom-made as well as custom stain so I don't have any info on the exact stain used. The lighting was from Destination Lighting: http://www.destinationlighting.com/storeitem.jhtml?iid=6408
kitchen with cherry as well. The key is to bookmatch the veneer. http://www.houzz.com/photos/3401946/Contemporary-Kitchen-contemporary-kitchen-seattle
This is kind of the shape/layout of our kitchen. Pretty cabinets. Light floor?
to understand what will be delivered before it’s ordered so that everyone has the same expectations. Consider cherry cabinets, like the ones in this photo. They could be Shaker style, with consistent grain and color on the rails and stiles (the frames of the cabinet faces), and with a center panel that
“Backsplash” — silvurgirl
Hilda Grahnat
Hilda's House
small space with lots of light
Window light is one of the things I want to look for when I move out.
this can still be pulled away from the wall and have both leaves raised for holiday meals or special projects.See photos of drop-leaf tables in interior designs
The big windows and light streaming into the kitchen are one of the main draws of the studio, which is one of many units in a "boring brick apartment," as Grahnat describes it, that was built in the '70s.
“Kitchen herbs” — janiceyim88
Feinmann, Inc.
14 Reviews
Room to Grow
twist to the period style of these elements of the otherwise small basic box-shaped room thus contributing to the visual interest of the space. Photos by John Horner
Can you tell me the manufacturer of the wall lights?
The green tag on your photo indicates that the sconces are Restoration Asbury, and it sure looks like it to me. Perhaps the flush mount Hudson Valley?
Hi lmwright and thanks for your question. The toilet is in front of the open book case on the left side of the photo before the vanity section. Across
Hi and thanks for your interest. The light fixtures are by Hudson Valley and were purchased through Waterspot.
vanity furniture, color and design with overall light palate really works well in this fresh, traditional design
“Floor Detail” — Sexton Interior
AR Design Studio Ltd
5 Reviews
Manor House Stables
Lighting fixtures? Mfg. , type & output?
Lighting fixtures? Mfg., type & output
highlight the building's history. "We wanted the new design to be uncompromisingly minimal, so as not to crowd the old features," says Ramus. These photos were taken before the owners furnished the house; they added minimal furniture to emphasize the new, clean architecture.
elements..shiny vs matt ..rough vs smooth..light dark
color, light fixtures, worn wood, metal
highlight the building's history. "We wanted the new design to be uncompromisingly minimal, so as not to crowd the old features," says Ramus. These photos were taken before the owners furnished the house; they added minimal furniture to emphasize the new, clean architecture.
“Priefert” — Shannon Martin
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