6,375 deck lighting Hall Design Photos

A. Leese Image
Villa AN2 Pecard Architecte
infill on side of deck. Love the repeated columns with deck lights.
Bonus points....floor recessed lights in a hallway! They light up the walls as tho
round 2" stones rocks along edges / lighting / MODERN
use of the repeated architectural upright posts and floor lighting.
for gallery lighting, pattern, functional space for art display leading into a bigger gallery
beautiful corridor… floor and ceiling lighting
hallway through the use of the repeated architectural upright posts and floor lighting.
“Rhythm” — beacarreno
Contemporary Hall
glass deck light below
deck rail...rail for outside deck
“Pocket door” — adinsmore
building Lab, inc.
11 Reviews
wholehouse remodel in the oakland hills
Great shadow play on the pendant light, what is the brand? where can we get it?
the house. the "noire alchemy 4 light chandelier" is quite similar though. another favorite for its play of light and shadow is david trubridge's coral
Painted steal railings, matching walls, light fixture
metal guard rails for deck...red wall and hall light...dark stair --light wall...Graham's light!...Floors - light...Light fixture
“Flooring” — lynncarpano
Northern Virginia Design Firm
Exclusive Design, Exceptional Living
We deliver “ceiling to floor” interior design services, and 17 years of experience has afforded our design team the opportunity to share our passion for design and creating unique interior spaces.
Hufft Projects
3 Reviews
Curved House
like the sliding door - deck and light/airyness
like vanity with no legs and lights
Bathroom, lighting...light under cab...Lights under sink...Lights under the cabinet...Light entry
“cabinets and floors” — alyssa0922
Arcanum Architecture
Olive Hill Residence
On Smaller Scale. Large Windows with single door leading to deck,
Interesting way for a natural light corridor
light colours...hallway with lots of light...Openness and light
“color for hallway walls” — Melissa Palmisciano
Elad Gonen
1 Review
Looking for similar lights. Where are these sourced? UL listed?
knowing exactly how much light you need in a space? As a rough guide, calculate the square footage of the space you’re trying to light and multiply that total
fluorescent) or LED (light-emitting diode) fixtures, be sure to check the lamp’s incandescent-equivalent wattage. For example, the light output of a 13-watt
actually uses, not the amount of light it gives off. If you can afford it, use dimmers on every circuit for maximum control of light levels. It can compensate
hard time knowing exactly how much light you need in a space? When selecting CFL (compact fluorescent) or LED (light-emitting diode) fixtures, be sure to
Lights on the wall lower side...I like the low wall lights...money by small lights on the wall
“světlo” — Monika Praženková
Malcolm Davis Architecture
1 Review
Bole Residence
(bluer) and also the most even indirect light. ◦East. Intense early morning light. For the remainder of the day, the light will be similar to that of a north-facing
illuminate this enclosed space with natural light.
Etched glass. Another means of tempering the amount of light and heat that enter a space is etched or
process allows the light striking the surface of the glass to be bent and scattered, which results in a more diffuse and even light.
how light and airy it feels
“skylight” — Marcus Malsen
Adrienne DeRosa
3 Reviews
Houzz Tour: An Architectural Relic Thrives in the Heartland of Ohio
What manufactor makes the triangle recess light ?
What manufactor makes the triangle recess lights?
Really love the color of this can lights.
recessed lights, while another phenomenon reveals itself by day. “The windows were designed in such a way so that as the sun moves across the sky, light and
triangular recessed lights?...Carpet and the recessed light...hallway recessed lights upstairs?...triangle lights...Ceiling lights...hall lighting...side lighting...brick, wood, lights...hallway light placement...hallway, lighting interest
“Aliyah loves it.” — atlanta4231
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