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Western Run-hall to master suite
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scale that breaks down the journey into steps.
the book cabinets and the light coming from the windows
that breaks down the journey into steps.
Ceiling trim in a long hallway is really worthwhile. Rather than there being the sense of a long, seemingly endless hall, well-designed ceiling trim provides a sense of scale that breaks down the journey into steps.
HBF plus Design Save to Ideabook Email Photo Ceiling trim in a long hallway is really worthwhile. Rather than there being the sense of a long, seemingly endless hall, well-designed ceiling trim provides a sense of scale that breaks down the journey into steps.
eiling trim in a long hallway is really worthwhile. Rather than there being the sense of a long, seemingly endless hall, well-designed ceiling trim provides a sense of scale that breaks down the journey into steps.
“Rug” — stephaniemoyes
RWA Architects
Bedroom Hall
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Pretty hallway lights, floor and wall color.
light yellow hues complimenting the not-too-dark flooring
Great hall light series ideas. Could possibly show from below.
lights, small windows, colors
Color floor lights...Step idea...light fixture...lights etc passage...Lights 3 row...Love the steps...Walls and lights...pendant lights
“Niche” — heatermoose
Esther Hershcovich
My Houzz: Meaghan and Trevor: Welland, ON
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your idea of using a picture light is great. I suggest this light will be better for your painting
Bottom of step by gym
lights for pictures on walls
recessed lights...open side of steps...side of steps
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Stairs & Hall similar to ours. Beadboard ceiling & lighting fixtures.
industrial ceiling lights
wood steps...ceiling lights...light wood floor
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ever make a bunglow I want light to come in
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the natural lighting
Step down
“like the indoor outdoor look.” — Dynise Eason- Leverette
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stairwell is Ben Moore Pear Green, wall on right of steps is Hudson Chalk Board Paint "bakery green", and the room on the right is Ben Moore Perrenial Green.
There are three colors! Base of stairwell is Ben Moore Pear Green, wall on right of steps is Hudson Chalk Board Paint "bakery green", and the
Kathy Corbet Interiors Sorry this response took so long. There are three colors! Base of stairwell is Ben Moore Pear Green, wall on right of steps is Hudson Chalk Board Paint "bakery green", and the room on the right is Ben Moore Perrenial Green.
“2 shades of paint. Chalk paint?” — newhousemccall
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model are these up/down lights? Thankyou.
Are the down lights OK to light a painting and of what max proportions? Does the uplight give out much light? Many thanks I have been hunting for ages. Katherine
LOVE the light on the ceiling!
I love the way the light curves around the ceiling, would love to use up lights in our basement hallway but I don't think we'll be able to curve the ceiling. Do the up light still look alright on a regular boxy ceiling?
Yes, up lights work on 90 degree angles. I would install them lower than shown here and perhaps add an interesting crown (that could add a bit of an arch).
The down lighting is not enough for a painting. However, the up lighting can be quite dramatic
“Barrel ceiling up lighting” — pburns11
Anne Rue Interiors
anne rue
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This looks like the Gothic Four-Light Lantern sold at Circa. There is also a 3 light version. http://www.circalighting.com/details.aspx?pid=629
gothic 4 light lantern sold a circa
This looks like the Gothic Four-Light Lantern sold at Circa. There is also a 3 light version. http://www.circalighting.com/details.aspx?pid=629
radar, I'm noticing it all over Houzz. Its four-light interior makes it a chandelier, while its exterior gives it more of a pendant light look. It makes a wonderful first impression in an entryway.
And avoid the tunnel effect with some gentle natural light introduced from the side.
“FLOoR” — bellkoplik
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