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similar lights. Where are these sourced? UL listed?
to calculate the amount of light you need, take the square footage of the space and multiply by 1.5 to get total wattage (equivalent wattage) required,
hallway lighting but the same effect with non recessed lighting!
The recessed lighting in this hallway is very sleek providing the hallway with up lighting that looks like
Love the low lights, would look great with wall to ceiling tiles
Small light at the lower part of the wall are great for use at night. The light
Wood floors, long stretch of hallway. Floor lights.
Do the math. Having a hard time knowing exactly how much light you need in a space? As a rough guide, calculate the square
built-in units that blend with the rest of the hallway.
LDa Architecture & Interiors
Residence at the Four Seasons Living Room Wall
Focal walls can also be super useful when storage is concerned. If you want a more modern approach to simple bookshelves, go a bit thicker with the profile. This example shows a built-in sporting a two-inch
built-in wall like this on sofa wall, and float sofa in middle of room?
built-in sporting a two-inch thick facia. It's chunkier, more graphic and easier to read from far away.
Tyrol Hills Modern
plugs in each cubby, drawer in each cubby for wallets etc
plug for electronics
Individual plugs in locker
the walk-in!...Plug ins...Plugs and drawers
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Phillip W Smith General Contractor, Inc.
I like the white wainscotting in the foyer and pendant lights down the hall.
Crown and baseboard with plug ins
combo of light fixtures
pendant light...lighting for Foyer...with 3 lights....Lighting fixture...foyer lighting...pendant lighting...pendant lights
186 Lighting Design Group - Gregg Mackell
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linear in-floor light strip to keep the ceiling clean. From the exterior, warm glows reflect off the wood ceiling from an invisible source. When crossing the bridge the singular linear source creates an unexpected connection between the master wing and the main house. Architect:Tom Cole of Points West
Archer & Buchanan Architecture, Ltd.
Bryn Coed Farm
hallway and lights considering a light for our downstairs hallway
like these hallway lights for front of house
Light in the background - for entry way chandelier
Slightly modern twist to lights
Lights hardware trim
Hallway and kitchen lighting
hallway lights?...Hall lights...Lantern lighting...light fixtures...lights for hallway...entry way lighting...built ins
Bryant Hill Media
love the "bookends" and the light
what type of lighting is this?
Very subtle lighting technique..I like how the cabinet lights create a pattern
What do you like about this photo? Lighting
Lighting on shelving unit
lighting on a bookshelf
Shelves with lighting
Lights in shelving unit
Built in lighted shelves
Interesting lighting on shelves
Lighting on the shelves
Light accents...Shelf lighting...Love the lighting...Long cubby w lights...lighting options??...Lighting design....lighting on shelves...Lighted bookcases...Lighted shelving...Lighting ideas...ccent lighting...bookcase lighting...recessed lighting
please tell me where these lights are from thank you
hall way lights Feiss from Lucia collection feiss.com/fa1505-pg1/lucia.htm
plenty of light runner carpet and dark floor wall and ceiling color and trim
Hallway Lighting Sometimes it's just not possible to add pot lights or a light tunnel in a ceiling. When surface-mounted fixtures are your only option, the placement and quantity of fixtures are key to attaining a balanced lighting level while reducing dark corners.