13,440 bathroom recessed lighting Living Design Photos

Winges Architects Inc.
3 Reviews
Hillside house
Ideabooks0
Questions0
recessed lighting
open bathroom...art lighting...cove lighting...sconce lights
Lee Pruitt Interior Design
Gallery
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Questions0
recessed lighting
modern bathroom...light fixtures
Lee Pruitt Interior Design
Gallery
Ideabooks0
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recessed lighting
modern bathroom...light fixtures
Seattle Interior Designer
Best of Houzz 2014
Tammara Stroud Design is a full service interior design firm. We strive to create environments that inspire the eye and the soul from new construction and renovation projects to home furnishings.
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Contemporary Living Room
Ideabooks4,101
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?)
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
Cove lighting. This would be used anywhere, like your living room, kitchen, bathroom, etc.
Directional pot lights for art and highlights
painting, Task Lighting with the table lamp, Overhead lighting with small recessed ceiling fixtures, decorative lighting with the added bonus of a cove light in perimeter of the ceiling
dapogny - hidden led strip lighting to highlight stone wall. small recessed can lighting for general illumination.
“Ceiling lighting” — manaproperty
Marilza Tavanielli
marilza tavanielli
Ideabooks765
Questions1
What is width of the recessed cove for drapery track (such that it allows stacked folds to slip inside)?
track lighting by walls that have art work
putting this in there because this may be too much?? too many pot lights
Here is an example of what we DON'T want! Pot lights everywhere.
For bedroom and bathroom
track lighting for paintings
Pot lights and curtain wall
too much recessed lighting- glare
lighting and fabric wall
Recessed lights....Ceiling light 1...recessed lighting...recessed lights...Recess lighting...Pot lights...lighted curtains...Kitchen lighting...recessed lighting...ceiling lighting...cove lighting...track lighting
“Recessed lighting throughout home” — K Lee
Studio Santalla, Inc
15 Reviews
Library with Recessed Bookshelves
Ideabooks10,477
Questions12
hello, the lighting looks very nice. who is the manufacturer of the cable lighting used here? thank you
I am sorry you thought I was insinuating anything. Your design is beautiful. However, as a lighting consultant for residential and commercial spaces I am more aware of the true cost of these systems. Having the "green tag" on the product picture
is around $100.00 is misleading as the average home owner is typically not aware of the intricacies of the design and installation of this type of lighting. My comments were not meant to criticize your company, they were strictly directed at this type of product.
Do I really like those lights across
Bulit in cabinets and cable lighting
Recessed shelving, persian rug. Would be better with hard wood floors.
“Like these shelves.” — janelle328
Ana Williamson Architect
4 Reviews
Menlo Oaks Residence
Ideabooks4,753
Questions8
Looking to find the brand of lighting used for the bookshelf
Lights! I too would like to know where the lights above shelves are! Thanks
Great bookshelf lights. Could you tell me where they are from? Thank You
neat shelves, look floating. Pretty lighting.
Love the lights over built in shelves!!!
nice idea with built ins and lighting
Like this built-in idea (recessed shelves), but Like more concealed storage
“Love the built-ins” — Leslie Hughes
Causa Design Group
12 Reviews
Babson
Ideabooks4,967
Questions8
Can you please provide the details on the can lights used int he beams
I am not sure what type of details you are referring to. They are recessed low voltage cans.
to install any new ceiling lighting, as it can compromise the structural integrity of the building.
The recess lighting in the beams
lighting in the wood part of coffer
Eventually add the beams and the lighting.
LIGHTING_Space your fixtures evenly. You now know your wattage and the number of can lights your room needs
fixtures evenly. You now know your wattage and the number of can lights your room needs, but spacing them evenly is just as important. Measure at least 2 feet off all your walls onto the ceiling to start. Aim to divide your can lights around the room evenly and leave at least 2 feet between each fixture
“No to the beams” — Vickie Beard
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