33,476 twinkle light Dining Design Photos

LDa Architecture & Interiors
7 Reviews
Split Oaks Farm Dinign Room
source for the great light fixture?
Light green walls good with wood and browns
A signature light fixture accented with warm woods, off-white walls and a blend of contemporary and traditional accessories suits any transitional room. Warm brown to
don't have two large back-lit display cases? Put sturdy shelves above a buffet or built-in cabinet and fill with a collection of sculptural bowls. The light celery-green walls are a perfect backdrop to all these wood tones.
“drawer” — genelleholloway
Farinelli Construction Inc
6 Reviews
Farinelli Construction Inc
Put light/ fan in living room
Looks good with light paint, but would prob be too much with dark dining room paint.
light fixture (but maybe 2 of these)
Lacey Mission Bronze Nine-Light Chandelier
light fixture...dining light...dining room light...Light fixture only
“i love the certains and table in this room” — jazmyne2332
Tim Cuppett Architects
13 Reviews
Mountain House
Light floors that I like!!!!! whoa!
Put a bird on a light fixture. OK, technically that should be "put some wings on some light bulbs," but that just does not have the same ring to it. The birdy chandelier by Ingo Maurer is a modern classic
Again, I'm not sure which chairs these are exactly, but I love that they are upholstered yet still sleek. The light fixture is called the Birdie chandelier and is by far the most whimsical choice in the room, balanced out nicely by the Saarinen table. Side Note:
Wood Floors Exposed to SunlightJust like our skin, wood surfaces are sensitive to ultraviolet light and heat, causing the wood to change color or develop an undesirable patina. For discoloration stains: Move area rugs periodically and draw curtains
“wide pine floors” — erinmarie220
3 Reviews
Family kitchen
Possible glass roof for maximum lighting
glass panel above dining area - lots of light
Masses of natural light floods in via the glass roof and doors on the dining area, so that the kitchen, positioned right in the centre of the house, still feels bright and can carry off a grey scheme beautifully.Liked this? Share your thoughts in the comments below.
Natural light floods in via the
“window” — Max Shlyaptsev
Craig Denis
Architectural and Interior Photography
masterful use of heavy and light
Lighting in wall alcoves
blue walls, mood lighting
One thing I like best about glass tables is that they are reflective. This is a plus if you have great lighting in your space. Light and sparkle will bounce off of the table and make your room look even brighter.
pendulous light fixture
Pot lights...Great lighting...light created
“like the detail on the table and the base” — lenoredevita
E. Cobb Architects
1 Review
Graham Residence
Can you tell me about the glass pendant lights please?
Love the pendant lights. What is the design/make please?
What a stunning space! Can you please tell me the brand of the pendant lights?
Living room and lighting
pendant light...Google Lee Lighting...Pendant lights...Dining table lights
“The general lay out” — crashmagic
Ana Donohue Interiors
7 Reviews
Boston Contemporary
I love the pendant light...Where can I find it
Floor to ceiling windows add light to gray wall
Light floor light table dark chairs and walls
Dark & light gray walls with white accent trim
dark gray walls and light wood floors
LOVE THIS. Cool chairs, table, and light. Calm grays. Modern lines but still comfortable.
The gray on these walls is a bit cooler than the previous example, but the white ceiling and window trim and the light-colored flooring have the same effect of softening the walls' heavy hue.Speaking of windows, my eye is drawn right to those fantastic floor-to-ceiling windows. It's the contrast between
“dining room ideas” — olek
Traditional Dining Room
Where was the light fixture purchased from?
The pendant shines light towards the ceiling, the light being reflected down gives this dinning room a softer glow and makes the space feel more open. Furthermore, having the light shining Upwards gives
gives a more formal look. There also seems to be pot lights which could provide additional lighting however if they were placed closer to the back wall they could serve to draw attention to the art work and accessories.
“Rug” — Susan Stotler
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