123 Lighting Farmhouse Staircase Design Photos

JH Designs
Lot 855 @ Norton Commons
Ideabooks3,714
Questions8
Scroll (www.lanternandscroll.com) I bought a light for over my island there and they were awesome to work with. I think the ones like that were $350 each and solid copper. They are so beautiful. Ask for Karen, you will not be dissapointed.
All lighting in this house came from "Ferguson"
THE NATURAL LIGHT DOWN THE STAIRS IS A GREAT IDEA. ALSO REALLY LIKE THE LIGHTS ON THE WALL
Love the lights and the bannister.
“window” — jillglass
Redbud Custom Homes
8 Reviews
Modern Farmhouse
Ideabooks2,157
Questions4
Love the white walls and light floors
Light treads with white risers
Nice stairway lighting
lights on stairs...Lights along stiars...light wood floors...light wood tread...step lights...Light Hardwood
“Im in love... stairs, colors” — raebenson
Archer & Buchanan Architecture, Ltd.
27 Reviews
Villanova Residence - stair hall
Ideabooks18,379
Questions14
Can you source the light fixture on the ceiling?
Unfortunately, I do not have any information on the manufacturer of this hall lantern. We were not involved in the selection of the lighting fixtures for this particularly house.
The contrast between light and dark
Hallway lighting, molding
Benches and lighting fixture
Like the lighting fixture
antique light fixture
Light fitting from?...light fixture...foyer light
“Farmhouse entry” — erinjankowski
Loudoun County Interior Designer
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Tim Brown Architecture
4 Reviews
Modern Farmhouse
Ideabooks849
Questions2
flooring & recessed lighting in stairwell
light greyish floors
too light?...Light colour...Light wood floor...floors, step lights...Side stair light...light wood floors...step lights
“Floor” — sil22
TruexCullins Architecture + Interior Design
5 Reviews
Contemporary Vermont Farm House
Ideabooks981
Questions1
Light transfers through stairwell to other spaces.
LOVE WINDOW OVER STAIRS: ADDS LIGHT TO LOFT
Light well to bring light to basement level. Idea of using sliding wall/screens for 2nd story rooms
Very light bright lilac-white color really brings light to the space. the bookshelves built in at the bottom of the stair wll is great.
“Bright stairway?” — mkorpan
Moger Mehrhof Architects
6 Reviews
Bragg Hill
Ideabooks4,393
Questions4
The front door opens into an entryway and a stairwell that serves as a heat chimney. The space receives natural light from a cupola at the top. Heat rises up to the cupola, which opens electronically to let it out. On days when the humidity is oppressive, the couple
stairwell serves as a heat chimney and natural light
Wood colors - mix of dark and light
stairwell that serves as a heat chimney. The space receives natural light from a cupola at the top. Heat rises up to the cupola, which opens electronically to let it out.
The front door opens into an entryway and a stairwell that serves as a heat chimney. The space receives natural light from a cupola at the top. Heat rises up to the cupola, which opens electronically to let it out. On days when the humidity is oppressive, the couple runs the air conditioning, but because
“nice entry and stairwell” — lwalmsley
Mary Prince
9 Reviews
Historic Antique Federal-Style Becomes Bright and Roomy with R
Ideabooks4,008
Questions4
in high gloss white, replaced a dark, narrow-walled staircase accessible from the original kitchen. The Bocci pendant chandelier, like many of the light fixtures in the home, is a reflection of Jillian’s taste for modern design elements.
Interior lighting window
Lighting, windows, stairs
like window light
“Great stairway window” — saida_abbed
Smith & Vansant Architects PC
2 Reviews
Summer Lake House
Ideabooks1,184
Questions1
windows! why not open up a space, add light and air flow with a window... anywhere!
Lighting, color, texture, everything
from nearby. “We found it at a local architectural salvage shop,” says Gaddis. “The owners loved its character.”An interior window on the stairs lets light into the dining room.
“walls” — Monika Harris
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