4,235 lobby lighting Basement Design Photos

Ryan Duebber Architect, LLC
17 Reviews
Duncan Avenue Basement Renovation
Ideabooks975
Questions2
hole cut out to fit around can light housing. The can light in the photo has a wall wash type trim ring to reflect light onto adjacent concrete walls. 3
It was a very simple and cost effective solution. A standard can light was installed after the ceiling was painted. Then, a piece of painted 3/4"
the socket, call an electrician.You see: Flickering lights.Cause: This is not the same as when a light dims while you’re vacuuming or using a hair dryer
You see: A light or popped-out button on your socket, and an appliance has stopped working
“instalación eléctrica” — jorditime
Beth Rosenfield Design LLC
14 Reviews
Rustic Office Reception Area
Ideabooks24,570
Questions11
The wall of antique barn wood paneling is unexpected in this company lobby. The blue paint treatment mimics the look of aging signs on barns across America
Flooring in this lobby is preexisting marble square tiles which I would not advise in a kitchen
The creative custom lobby at Blue Buffalo dog food company -- complete with the sweet company dog!
Different wall materials - rustic and light
“Holzwand” — D. S.
Princeton Design Collaborative
8 Reviews
Lower Level Living
Ideabooks12,066
Questions12
If your referring to the blue lighted box , it is 220 gallon aquarium with a back panel of glass mosaic tile.
Recessed can lights; Built-in aquarium; Maple-veneered plywood on the walls adds warmth and lightens things up--use Grade A plywood
To light the space, Conroy opened the stairwell to the rest of the house and placed skylights overhead. Recessed can lights fill in, and the aquarium also
“Basement ceiling idea” — chippiecfcye
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Ryan Duebber Architect, LLC
17 Reviews
Duncan Avenue Basement Renovation
Ideabooks36,972
Questions35
It appears that you used can lighting installed between the joists. What material did you
Traditional can lights are used in a painted plywood panel secured between joists.
I am curious what brand / model of lights are being used, or
frightened by the cozy-factor and was afraid it would accentuate the low lighting in the basement. I did use the paint (almost black) on my wooden stairwell
great to know from seeing your project that it can turn out so beautiful, light and spacious!
“Dark ceiling in basement” — mikefromneighbours
Wentworth, Inc.
4 Reviews
Loft-Like Basement Renovation
Ideabooks16,281
Questions13
made them more tidy before painting all white. Track lighting between the joists makes the new lighting unobtrusive.
Open ceiling concept. Light, bright and clean
love the light feel and the wood around the supports
to accompany the executive chairs designed by her husband Charles for the lobby of the Time-Life Building in New York City. She drew on her training as a
Another rec room idea. Nice and light
“horizontal wood slats around beams” — carrieps
Abruzzo Kitchen & Bath
Clean Lined Transitional Home
Ideabooks4,007
Questions5
Unfortunately, I do not have this information. The lighting was provided by the homeowner. Thank you for your interest.
basement- light walls - dark wood
Lobby ceiling...wall lights...lights on the back wall...Who makes lighting fixtures
“Basement theatre and bar” — lynnmims
Maxey Hayse Design Studios, Inc
Franklin Lakes Residence
Ideabooks1,697
Questions5
where can I find the lighting over the seating area
lighting - small cans and chandeliers
Theater Lobby...Love the chairs & lighting!!...Cieling lights jazz thene
“Candles” — lnurse89
Contemporary Basement
Ideabooks10,191
Questions5
Where can I buy the light fixture?
entrance porch to lobby...Scatty lighting1
“C basement” — bgrant_sierrarenogroup
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