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Contemporary Living Room
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
light seaping from the roof looks good
Directional pot lights for art and highlights
dapogny - hidden led strip lighting to highlight stone wall. small recessed can lighting for general illumination.
I like the soft lighting-nice for a basement
“Ceiling lighting” — manaproperty
Debra Campbell Design
Debra Campbell Design
Does anyone know who makes the pendant light fitting shown here?
The two light counterweight pendant is made in Italy. We are able to import this light if interested - contact us at 708-246-9429,
see ceiling with lighting- over walk in closet?
Wooden raised ceiling with recessed lights
ceiling was lit - some up lighting?
Note the bead board ceiling, though we're thinking a smaller width... ceiling fans, arching rafters and lighting
really it, but like lights rimming ceiling
“bead board ceiling” — dreamhousesearcher
Nancy Sanford, Inc.
6 Reviews
Vail Village Guest House
Who is the manufacturer of the ceiling light fixture.
I was interested in getting a ceiling light fixture similar to this one.
Combo canned lights and central fixture
Eyeball lights. Much like the can light, eyeball lights are recessed into the ceiling, but the interior has a swivel mechanism that allows it to move like an eyeball. This lighting is great for casting light directly onto objects such as artwork or mantel displays. Design tip: Eyeball lights are best
best on a dimmer, so you can control the amount of light spread. Turn them up when entertaining and turn them down for ambience.
“Cozy feel and light fixture” — anai03
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Great Room Fireplace
Anyway I can purchase this light through you?
I went to the website for coup d'etat and didn't see this light. Just wondering if h=it could be made for our house in the Adirondacks. I also love the black pendant light you have in the kitchen. In fact, I love every thing
Could you tell me the manufacturer of the light fixture. It is beautiful, as is the rest of the home!
Any idea where I could look on-line to purchase this light?!? Thank you so much!!
Awesome room! Walls, ceiling, fireplace, light fixture!
Love fireplace and everything but chandelier (and light colored wood on walls). Also no clue where to put tv.
Lighting design is smart for these
“chandelier” — Nat
Schnarr Craftsmen Inc
12 Reviews
St Clements Great Room
How do I get the plans for this fireplace? I would need to modify it some, but for sure love the multi levels, the lighting, and the double mantel look. What are the sizes of the mantels? Thanks.
What and/or how are the lights installed in the mantels?
Is that real stone and how do you build that with the lights
frame. The wiring for the lights was roughed-in before the plywood was installed.
love this with black. After considering hundreds of mantle designs for our "rustic" stone fireplace, think we may put in a dark distressed 4 x 6 x 8' timber with light pucks like this. Thinking
Thinking about two downward and two upward as also need some light on that wall, instead of using sconces. THANKS what a gorgeous wall.
“Like the inset idea” — carleecellar
Flavin Architects
19 Reviews
Mid Century Modern in Lincoln
What kind of track lights are those? And where can I get them?
Tech Lighting K-Pivot Head in Satin Nickel (model no. 700KPIV05S) used with their Kable Lite system
Family Room Lighting
Everything but hate track lighting
Lighting vendor...Track lighting...Couch & lighting?...Lighting cable...Cable lighting
“sectional by mitchell gold and bob williams mgbwhome.com” — vlachgirl
mark pinkerton - vi360 photography
8 Reviews
Virtual Imaging Real Estate Photography
What kind of ceiling lights did you use? Are they bright enough for general lighting on their own, or more for directional/spot lighting?
Could you tell me the brand and or product number for the ceiling spot lights? They appear to be ideal for art lighting and we are searching for some for our home. Thank you.
... - pendant spot light
Mark - I am looking for spot light fixtures for a new home and like the ones shown in this photo. I tried to find San Jose Electric searching the Internet but no luck. And the Litetronic website just shows bulbs. Could I bother you for some more product detail
i like the lighting on the fireplace
Single spot lights to light fireplace
but has pug light in the shelving
“not sure about this but has pug light in the shelving” — nikie
Jeff Walker Photography
1 Review
Living Rooms
will need to layer three kinds of light: ambient, task and accent. The three types of lighting work together to cast a warm overall glow, provide brighter light where needed, and enhance the style and architectural features of the space. Ambient lighting. This is the light you are most likely to flip on
you enter the room — and it nearly always comes from an overhead source. Ambient lighting can include pendant lights, chandeliers, sconces, and lamps, as well as architectural lighting such as cove, soffit and recessed lights.
living room, bedroom need the least amount of lighting. The bathroom and kitchen need the most. Use dimmers in all rooms.
Layered Lighting--Imagine a scene in a bad movie, where a single bulb dangles from the ceiling in a police interrogation room — that’s what happens when you don’t layer lighting! Drama aside, it’s a fact that the fewer the light sources, the more shadows there will be
“balance” — Dorothy Clayton
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