5 vieux carre series lights Contemporary Home Design Photos

Turnquist Design
Minnetonka Modern
Where are these ceiling lights from please ? realiy beautiful !
From the series of George Nelson Bubble Lamps, these are the Cigar Lamps, and look to be the large size. Available from a variety of online lighting resellers
resellers, here is one link to get you started... ... The entire series (...) contains a number of different shapes, which you can easily make into a mixed
Lights hanging down from upstairs area as well as glass sides for stairs
How about these as entrance lights n artwork
Hang at different heightsIf you have the space, hanging pendant lighting at different height levels creates a really striking display, like an illuminated
Hanging lights over spiral stair case
“Nelson Lights” — kandredesign
Wheaton Hushcha Design
1 Review
River Bluff Residence
The 14 series lighting is beautiful.
Horizontal soffits create opportunity for recessed lighting, clerestory windows make for great natural lighting. Chain mail curtain?! Awesomely original
Look where the light is situated....Light fixture Curtain/drapery...Table carre...Lights and decor
“chain link” — Patrice Renée
Xstyles Bath + More
4 Reviews
Hockeytown USA
This porcelain is manufactured by Crossville. The series is Empire and the color way is Palais Taupe. When checking their website
size is still available. However, Empire is part of their "Get Planked" series which offers great flexibility for interesting layouts. Sizes range from
The soap niche, the bench, the ceiling light
I like this shower concept. Nice to have a light in the shower, too.
“large tile style” — Brian LaBree
Patricia Benson
dining room
arts & crafts look. Floor and furniture and kitchen cabinets are a bit light for my tast.e
Series of drawers...like the light...Pendant light
“Dining room set” — dhoosee
Contemporary Basement
Great place... Did you use 4" cans and is that rope lighting above the ceilings?
are made specifically for this type of installation. It is a Montigo L-series fireplace and you would have to search local stores to purchase it. There
Sliding door to bedroom. Keeps living and sleeping area together for better lighting.
“room divider” — rbi6parker
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