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Sally Wheat Interiors
Shades and light fixture
Great light...Table and light...Love the light...Light and curtains
West Chin Architects & Interior Designers
Beach House on Long Island
Hi! They're called Secto lights. Thanks.
colors, mural art, lighting - beautiful space
Lighting from beacon
buterflys ascending to light
Butterfly wall and light fixture
pendant lights...recessed lights
GEORGE Interior Design
It is a Candice Olson by AF Lighting. Thanks!
Soft yellow with light curtains
light, bench, chairs
natural lighting...Table chairs light
Ashbury Heights Residence 2
I custom mixed all the colors in this home because I wanted slight variations dark or light, from room to room, depending on the individual light from the sun in each space.
now this is a nice shade for the flooring and looks great with the light colored walls
Love the herringbone lay and light suede grey
Barnes opened up the house to create a light-filled, functional environment. Replacing the dilapidated windows and doors with high European-style versions brought in more light, and antique Indian and Syrian mirrors with mother-of-pearl and bone reflect it around this open dining space.
Bruce Palmer Interior Design
Love the wooden ceiling to house recess lights
Ceiling, hang lights
Contemporary Pendant Lighting
Pendant lighting...pendant lights
KSID Studio, LLC
Suburban meets urban
lights above bar stools
recessed lighting...Kitchen lighting!...dr lighting fixture...Floors too light.?...Peninsula lights...Light fixture
Braswell Homes Inc
What is the color on the light tan walls? This is a nicely deigned house.
Confirm the bulb size and wattage. As long as you're visiting the electrician, ask about the most appropriate type of bulb for your lighting fixture. Because today's standard bulbs may not fit, inquire whether you'll need a specialty version (available through antique parts suppliers, as detailed below)
but its shade is stained and threadbare. Or the chandelier that caught your eye is missing a few crystals. A retailer that specializes in antique lighting parts can be an invaluable resource. If you don't have one in your community, search online.