76,341 light Living Design Photos

Dick Clark + Associates
3 Reviews
Basin Ledge Residence
Ideabooks14,337
Questions17
source for wall sconces on soffit that direct light upward? thanks
I would also love to know where those lights are from to please. The up lights.
that this photo was taken at night and all color is highly influenced by lighting, but especially whites! I'd try a few that might be similar: Benjamin Moore Lancaster White or Feather Down...but it could also be almost a light beige like Elmira White.
Element- Light Light brings out the small details in a room without a good use of light you will miss those small details
Great Lighting makes room soft and inviting.
lighting on floor, ceilings, and up walls
Lighting used with pictures. This lighting in the room is great with the artwork. I picked this picture because I personally enjoy the lighting.
“ambient light” — Kaylia Truman
De Meza + Architecture
6 Reviews
Jackson Penthouse / Roof Deck, San Francisco
Ideabooks1,210
Questions1
access to the additional outdoor living space allowed for the introduction of a spiral staircase. The sculptural stairs provide a source for natural light and yet another focal point.
Love the lighting cluster where can I find these fixtures?
Love the light cluster over the dining table
Element; Light Natural light and shadow are unique and ever changing.
Light fixture (left corner of picture)
love the out of the box light fix combo
“Like the menagerie of bulbs over the table.” — jorjabill
Carick Home Improvements
Attic Conversion
Ideabooks5,954
Questions9
are the recessed lights in the timber rafters?
How have you attached the inset lights and did it require
No, the lights did not need extensive drilling as the beams were decorative and not load bearing beams
I love the beams and lights in the beams
Lights in the beams in this picture
Use of beams and lights in attic/upstairs space
Very sweet with inset lights in beam
“Spots in beams” — mpsmith1959
Contemporary Living Room
Ideabooks4,102
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
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
L K DeFrances & Associates
4 Reviews
Oceanfront Condominium
Ideabooks6,992
Questions11
Love the number of lights, just hope I can make it work in a family room with a ceiling height of 9' 6"
cases next to fireplace and lighting
Love the mini can lighting in the built-ins.
Den and furniture arrangement, lights above shelves
A NICE ROOM WITH GOOD LIGHTING.........
love the light above the coffee table
What is a lighting plan? An official lighting plan is a drawing, done to scale, that shows the location of every light switch, outlet and light source in a space. If you are working with an architect or interior designer, he or she may create a lighting plan. Or you can choose to hire a lighting designer
of the design team to come up with the best places for lights, switches and outlets.If you are not working with a designer, you can, when armed with the proper tools, assess the lighting in your home on your own. After considering your lighting needs, you might find you need only to add a few lamps and
“a” — kaidass
Sunscape Homes, Inc
1 Review
Grand Parlor
Ideabooks10,185
Questions4
I love the lighting. Who makes it and where can I buy it?
Where can I find the two hanging lights?
It looks like the LBL Lighting Bling pendants on a monorail system. Let me know if I can assist.
We make Contemporary Stained Glass Lighting and Art and we make similar lighting called the Shells. We customize color and sizes. Visit our website at
The extended sealing and windows. The light are a beautiful touch
Like the dangling lights. Also like the "coffee table".
Love the individual drop down lights
“lampy v zal” — azorja
Mark English Architects, AIA
9 Reviews
fireplace
Ideabooks30,987
Questions13
Good tips on mirror placement t add more light in a room. Livingroom wall behind sofa is a thought.
you like warm light or cool light? You have probably heard lighting described as having a color temperature, which is measured in degrees Kelvin (K). Simply put, this indicates whether the light will appear warm or cool — more yellow or more blue.Desirable temperatures for home lighting depend on the
cooler-temperature (whiter) lighting. Lighting experts draw on a toolbox of techniques to elevate look and functionality, but don't overlook the basics. 8 Ways to Get Your Ambient Lighting Right1. Exploit natural lighting. For rooms used primarily during the daytime, natural light can be adequate and inviting
“Stone color/size” — smmiller1124
Jeff Walker Photography
1 Review
Living Rooms
Ideabooks816
Questions3
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
“feels like an art exhibit” — 1oso
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