5,784 lighting Basement Design Photos

Elad Gonen
1 Review
media room
Ideabooks4,199
Questions6
How can I make a dropped ceiling light like the one shown here? LOVE THIS!!
I love the lighting very creative and colorful
The light on top of pool table
Spacey area, with lighting and elegant basement design.
Pool table. Light. Picture
Love the lighting at the pool table
Like the light above the pool table, nice ideal.
“Ambient lights” — asaditoo
Vonn Studio Designs
Residential Basement Remodel/ Bar and Gym
Ideabooks1,506
Questions4
Beautiful backlit Honey Onyx is the real wow factor for this bar! Comfortable seating and color changing LED lighting set the stage for a cool atmosphere. Dustin Peck Photography
What are the details on that stainless table with the blue LED lights under the glass??
Bar and gym. Lynx bar light
LED lighting set the stage for a cool atmosphere.
lighted honey onyx bar and color change lighting could be cool in our bowling them basement. Check out the little coffee table.
modern, mirrors, dark bar, lounge style, lighted ceiling, glass shelving, metal chairs
“uplighting” — Jennifer Runner
Contemporary Basement
Ideabooks3,372
Questions1
what kind of lights are in the floor?
Where do I buy those lights?
small diameter pot lights, floor uplighting
Lights on floor in walk-out basement
I love the lighting and the walls
Lighting ideas up the walls - could use colour
dark base board & floor lights
Like the lighting in this
Love the lighting and space!
floor / wall lighting
floor lights...upper lighting...lights in the floor...Lights for stairs...Floor lighting...lighting in floor...lights on the floor
“Floor 4” — jneave
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LDa Architecture & Interiors
7 Reviews
Shingle Style Basement Media/Office/Fitness Space
Ideabooks10,292
Questions10
Love this. What kind of lights are used, face upwards? Website? Thanks.
lighting, study, library and tv room
television and share light between rooms to keep the basement light and bright.
3. Light up shelves for function. See which other areas in your basement, such as bookshelves, might benefit from extra lighting. “You can easily create drama in a built in shelving space by adding lighting to highlight family
Another creative way to add lighting to a basement without losing ceiling height is by consigning electrical and plumbing lines to a soffit that runs around the perimeter of the room. You can insert recessed cans into the soffit or affix surfa
surface-mounted fixtures to the side. (Both tactics are shown here.) This approach lets you raise the ceiling in the center of the room, which you can then light with floor or task lamps to create a sense of intimacy.
“Study plus TV unit” — Teesta Banerjee
About:Space, LLC
3 Reviews
Strand Home
Ideabooks8,273
Questions5
Where is the surfboard light from? Love it!
The downlights in the drywall are 4" diameter halogen (MR-16). The little lights embedded in the surfboard are LED, probably around 2" diameter and very shallow in height
The fixture was custom made, but truly it iwas relatively simple to construct. The electrician had it fabricated with standard fixture parts, down light fixtures embedded into the bottom of the surfboard, and the whole assembly hung from a stem and canopy through which the wiring is fed. Because you
surf board light over pool table
Like this pool table n also the surfboard light above.
Make light out of sleigh or something from Michigan
no windows but lots of light
The light above the pool table
“Color contrasts.” — stsmith007
Fredman Design Group
8 Reviews
Blackhawk
Ideabooks2,069
Questions5
Moving into the lower level with softened natural light was key, so the knotty pine walls, low-hanging ceilings and vinyl flooring were updated with a raised ceiling, natural stone finishes and reclaimed wood detailing.
Lighting helps a low ceiling basement appear higher.
I like the lights for my family room remodel.
"Having light sources on different planes makes the ceilings feel taller and gives the illusion of volume," says Crittenden, who mixed can lights, cove lights, sconces, rope lights and pendant lights to achieve the proper effect.
"Having light sources on different planes makes the ceilings feel taller and gives the illusion of volume," says Crittenden, who mixed can lights, cove lights, sconces, rope lights and pendant lights to achieve the proper effect. The table, which is vintage, has an inlaid wood floret design on top. The
“Arrangement, cool couch” — lltish
Moss Building and Design
11 Reviews
Very Modern Basement Remodel by Moss
Ideabooks20,245
Questions15
who make the table?where can I get that - and are the blue lights on the billard table? or did you add that feature?? so love it!!!
There actually isn't a light that we put underneath the pool table. I think that is just the shadow from the lighting and the blue rug underneath, unless the homeowner put one on after the renovation was finished.
Where did you get the light that you put underneath the pool table?
super fav lighting space decor love love
I love the Flow and ohh the Lights
The most common type of lighting in a basement is recessed. But, like in the rest of your home, the lighting should be layered, with ambient light augmented by task lighting and accent lighting.Pendants are a great source of task lighting, as seen here in the pool table and bar.
“Awesome basement!” — doggone
Peregrine Design Build
12 Reviews
Basement Renovation
Ideabooks43,684
Questions9
i love the light, storage, and the big open plan
Will there be enough light? Often, installing an egress window means digging a window well. You’ll have more light in that location, but installing additional windows can make your basement feel more open. There are other tricks, too. Exterior glass doors let light in, while interior glass doors
doors funnel window light into a dark hall. Relites, or interior windows, allow light to filter through to darker interior rooms.
Embrace the natural light. Typically, the word "basement" can bring forth a few feelings of hesitation. Backed by thoughts of a dark or musty storage area, many folks who are
“Shelves” — amyperry23
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