4 square recessed lighting Industrial Basement Design Photos

Ryan Duebber Architect, LLC
18 Reviews
Duncan Avenue Basement Renovation
It appears that you used can lighting installed between the joists. What material did you use to screen the cans (i.e. the square elements
Traditional can lights are used in a painted plywood panel secured between joists.
I am curious what brand / model of lights are being used, or
request. It depends on a lot of factors. The costly items that increase square foot cost are the bar and bathroom areas. Be careful using epoxy paint finish
frightened by the cozy-factor and was afraid it would accentuate the low lighting in the basement. I did use the paint (almost black) on my wooden stairwell
great to know from seeing your project that it can turn out so beautiful, light and spacious!
can lights with painted plywood panel between joists. Perfect.
“Painted ceilings.” — ostclair
Brunelleschi Construction
22 Reviews
Ceiling without recessed lighting
Painted ceiling. Cheap lights....Possible lighting option...lighting, ceiling sprayed
“Black painted basement ceiling” — deelurie32
Restructure Studio
10 Reviews
Bouldin Creek Residence
Recover chairs and make pillows square
Hanging lights...Industrial lighting...ceiling, wall, light bulbs
“Colours, textures” — mackerel
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Anitra Mecadon Inc
Floor! No nat light, went w/ dark, cozy, lot strong colors, lot lighting, recessed, even in book cases, chandelier in cubby, interesting light fix, cloth
cloth drapes to soften, rice paper screen door add another light source
“Curtain” — pmvirtue
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