2,660 LED water Light Living Room Design Photos

Pepe Calderin Design- Modern Interior Design
11 Reviews
Miami Beach - Miami by PepeCalderindesign - Interior designers Miami - Modern
Ideabooks2,452
Questions5
What is the lighting product inside the oval tray?
I love the look! Where did yoy get the beautiful pendant lights? perfect size
This was a rope light . i dont use rope light anymore , I use only warm or cool led lighting depending on the installation please check my other pictures
like lighting if put on dimmers
LED Rope Lights Rope light illuminates this family room's tray
LED Rope LightsRope light illuminates this family room's tray ceiling.
“with pendants” — maryashley1952
Mauricio Nava Design
4 Reviews
living room
Ideabooks2,193
Questions2
What is he art work made of and how is it lighted?
I like how the LEDs are back lighting just the edge of the panels.
I think this is a very unique way to light a picture - with a led lighted backboard.
Could do some cool lighting effects with Lexan, diffuser paper and LED lights
led tape light with dimimg switch
custom back boat out of plexiglass and it is uses LED rope tape
acrylic light frames, kids pics,back hall
Nava custom made the Plexiglas TV backboard, using "LED tape light that can also be dimmed." The backboard is mounted against a textured Sherwin Williams wallpaper resembling bamboo, rooting the otherwise streamlined space to coarser, natural elements.
“Plexiglass” — ndsca
Michele Lee Willson Photography
Houseplans.com Modern Ranch
Ideabooks2,355
Questions2
They are: water (images of water, a fountain, flowers in a bowl of water), earth (stone, plants), fire (candles, incense, fireplace), metal (furniture, tools) and wood (furniture, beams).
The 5 elements - water, fire, stone, wood, air
the five elements of Zen: water (images of
represented. They are: water (images of water, a fountain, flowers in a bowl of water), earth (stone, plants), fire (candles, incense, fireplace), metal (furniture, tools) and wood (furniture, beams).
Suggested to combine 5 elements for peaceful room - Metal, wood, glass, water, nature (flowers)
sure all five elements are represented. They are: water (images of water, a fountain, flowers in a bowl of water), earth (stone, plants), fire (candles, incense, fireplace), metal (furniture, tools) and wood (furniture, beams).
“fireplace with shelf” — 5647safdie
Sarah Susanka, FAIA
Libertyville Not So Big Showhouse
Ideabooks2,039
Questions8
Whole room indirect lighting was my search criteria
Can you give me more details about fixture, bulb-types, lighting controller and energy efficiency - lumen intensities and lighting color qualities? Basically, I'd like to eliminate table and floor lighting and still be able to provide mood
What is the source and details of the lighting on ceiling tray.
mood to reading level lighting to several rooms in my home.
like incandescent lighting. Here is a link to LED tape that you can use in the cove or above crown moulding. http://www.littmanbros.com/kichler-120h27bk-indoor-high-output-led-tape-2700k.html This is a dimmable higher output tape which will help you eliminate floor and table lighting.
“indirect lighting in crown” — A Classic Kitchen
West Chin Architects & Interior Designers
3 Reviews
Upper West Side Duplex
Ideabooks2,403
Questions6
Where can someone get the light fixture above the stairs?
It's called the Falling Water pendant. Thanks.
The Led pendant lights in the background
$7,000 light fixture boasts state of the art LED lights adds drama by accenting true colors in any application
I love this lamp. It is only over 7000.00. Maybe you can get an imitation? Is there a light above your staircase in the ground level?
Fight).A live-edge coffee table by George Nakashima adds warmth to all of the white, as does a creamy David Weeks sofa and velvety soft rug. A Falling Water 9 Suspension Lamp hangs above the far staircase, whose rear wall is adorned with a skim coat of concrete. A thick wall to the left of the staircase
“Chandelier” — rajivgogia
Contemporary Living Room
Ideabooks3,902
Questions7
Can you tell me how the indirect lighting was placed?
What kind of bulbs did you use for the indirect lighting please (ie LED, Fluro and are they dimmed?)
LED, not dimmed in this case because technology was not reliable. I would dim them today.
Ceiling plane projects out a few inches beyond light pocket to block view of side-mounted fixture.
Ceiling height is 9'. A raised cove designed into the ceiling trusses, around the perimeter, conceals indirect lighting and exposes taller walls.
light seaping from the roof looks good
Led dans la retombée de plafond
Lighting around tv room ceiling, especially if we do slats/wood.
indirect lighting: a raised cove designed into the ceiling trusses conceals indirect (LED?) lighting
“Wall” — pebblesintl
MusaDesign Interior Design
6 Reviews
Millennium Tower Loft-Lighting design
Ideabooks1,678
Questions3
where can i get the purple lighting thing?
This strips are good but you need more powerful light to illuminate the big surface, it's always better to consult with professionals on the lighting outcome. The one we used call Lighting Kinect
Neon lights, contrasting the windows, are very powerful. Maybe do a
Coming from another direction--not providing the room's main light source, but adding a unique glow.
This light divider is one of my favorite space-definers on Houzz. Those shelves on the left are great at dividing space as well.
Because violet has the highest frequency in the visible spectrum, mystics associate it with the highest level of spiritual intuition. Used here as light, violet does seem to add a mystical aura.
“illuminated screen” — alistmenow
Bulhon Design Associates
2 Reviews
West Austin Modern
Ideabooks4,233
Questions3
What kind of light is being used here? Where is the lighting?
I can't tell where the source is for the lighting.
It is LED tape lighting located behind the vertical elements.
Nice layers of light in this room, including the pot lights for the art above the mantel.
Lighting in shelves... LED tape lighting behind verticals
“fireplace” — cmedress
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