577 path lights Eclectic Entry Design Photos
B. Jane Gardens
Wimberley Modern Farmhouse
Rock path with limestone at sides
Front path...door and path...path leading to the door
Ike Kligerman Barkley
maybe some path way covered with vines would be interesting
little wall along path...The light
modern vintage living room and entry
of new and vintage pieces, artwork and steel screens. Entry with vintage light fixture and funky eclectic mix of furniture.
Ceiling light - amazing. How high are these ceilings?
farther than a vintage filing cabinet. This nook works overtime using art and lighting to take your eyes away from the filing cabinet. Guests won't even notice
The bright, oversize art, the repurposed filing cabinet and the striking light fixture convey a message.
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Portal Design Inc
Where can i find these outdoor light sconces?
External lights, fence...Lit path and old mailbox...The light fixtures...outdoor lights...Light fixtures
Daniel M Martin, Architect LLC
i like the idea of a transom above the door with at least one side light.
Tall skinny window lets in light on south side.
APARTMENT IN TAMARINDOS
ambient lighting creating line of path
Very cool lighting for this long entryway. Not even sure what type of lighting it is. Up or down lighting on the rustic wall would be
Southern Living Idea House
Awesome light fixture! What are the dimensions and shere can I find it
You can find the lights at Two Hills Studio in Austin, Tx
2. Does My Lighting Have Layers? A perfectly lit room has three basic layers: overhead lighting, task lighting and accent lighting. This
2. Does My Lighting Have Layers? A perfectly lit room has three basic layers: overhead lighting, task lighting and accent lighting. This bedroom pulls
function as task lighting and a chandelier provides overall light.
Shows three layered types of lighting needed in each room 1. Overhead Lights 2. Task Lightening
bedside reading lamps as task lighting, and accent lights above the headboard and artwork. Bright idea for layered lighting: Think of the functional and
Patricia B. Warren, AIA Warren Architecture, LLC
multiple arches define a path and draw you in.
Great entry the way the red door is framed in the lavender lights.