59,702 light Living Design Photos

Dick Clark + Associates
3 Reviews
Basin Ledge Residence
Ideabooks12,988
Questions15
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.
Wall cladding and lighting below stairs
Rug in living room. Lights under steps
Uplighting and wall wash down lights
Several lighting sources was used in this living space. The up light on the walls, the lights
atheist light illuminating the art work give a look of completeness and class.
Lighting is what makes this room. There is plenty of accent lighting, such as that on the walls, the ceiling, the lights illuminating the
on the lighting and textured walls gives it a very cozy and warm feel even though the space is relatively large and open
“Colors, elements” — Olivia Cottle
Carick Home Improvements
Attic Conversion
Ideabooks4,829
Questions7
recessed lights in the timber rafters?
How have you attached the inset lights and did it require extensive drilling
No, the lights did not need extensive drilling as the beams were decorative and not load bearing beams
lights in beams for loft area
Clever idea of incorporate lighting into the wood beams, perhaps for Arboleda family rm.
“Balken en de kleur met spotlights” — arasiman
De Meza + Architecture
6 Reviews
Jackson Penthouse / Roof Deck, San Francisco
Ideabooks857
Questions1
natural light and yet another focal point.
e the lighting cluster where can I find these fixtures?
Love the light cluster over the dining table
Light fixture! Love the mix of pendants!
could make similar cluster light using the golden 60's column and brilliant mini globes
glass lighting fixtures. Lighting We Love at Design Connection, Inc. | Kansas City Interior Design
“glass pendants - all diff types and colors” — sgfoley58
Mark English Architects, AIA
8 Reviews
fireplace
Ideabooks27,170
Questions12
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 effect
here; the light gets colder depending on the time of day. (Surprisingly the light we perceive from the sun is cool.) • 5,000 K: Cold
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 effect
“Texture in brick” — lorad415
Sunscape Homes, Inc
1 Review
Grand Parlor
Ideabooks9,182
Questions3
love the lighting. Who makes it and where can I buy it?
Where can I find the two hanging lights?
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 http://www.lightinart.com/ to see more options.
varied pendant lighting but look how tall the room is
wish list light fixture for our foyer
“Magical” — flcontreras
CWB Architects
Bergen Street Residence
Ideabooks8,358
Questions9
Can you please tell me the diameter of the drum light?
ceiling light shade is around 20".
mounted light in the study room.
The globe lights are just beautiful - but can they hang on a sloped ceiling?
BOOKSHELVES GOING UP STAIRS. LOVE THE EDISON LIGHTS TOO.
randomly hung lights "are meant to feel a bit like stars in the night sky."
bubble lights hung at different lengths help break up all the hard angles here and add a bit of fun to this buttoned-up space.
three slim lights over a kitchen island — for visual appeal. However, it's more important to tailor the number to your space. If a kitchen peninsula has room for only two well-placed fixtures above it, that's better than cramming in three just for the sake of design maxims.
“green paint” — lynnnorum
Darci Goodman Design
2 Reviews
San Clemente Remodel
Ideabooks25,763
Questions19
with that light kit? If not where did you get the light kit?!?
Most fan light kits are so ugly and I want to replace the fan above my bed with one like this but I want to put a light kit on it and think this one pictured here is perfect!
Changing a ceiling without lighting to one that has lights
chairs , light colored sofa with bright pillows
recessed lighting (pot or can lights). Recessed lighting is a go-to problem solver. The goal is to have each light cast a cone of light to pool on the floor, leaving no dark spots or unlit zones. The ceiling height will determine the placement, because each light will cast a pool of light according to its
recessed lighting to any room that needs more lighting than is available from natural light sources. If you are budget conscious, consider halogen MR16 bulbs, which rule a large part of the market right now. If you are willing to spend more, try the low-voltage bulbs gaining momentum in residential projects
“Electic” — Brian Thomas
LKM Design
Bedford, NH Farmhouse Kitchen
Ideabooks6,994
Questions11
Love the light fittings, can you tell me where you sourced them? Thankyou, Mary
sconce from visual comfort other suggestion, claremont swing from hudson valley lighting
have the lights on the wall.
Love these swing arm wall lights. Good
like the lighting in this reading nook
Lighting between windows having dual purpose.
colors; light colored fabrics layer a coastal look over all that stuffing.
Dilemma: Poor or unflattering lightingSolution: Add more light sources but lower the wattage. You would be amazed at the difference proper lighting can make. Strive to have at least three light sources in the room, and frankly
mind when lighting your living room.• Sconces are a great option when table and floor space is tight. Swing-arm lights work well as task lighting over reading chairs.• Fill dark corners with small pools of light. Lighting the corners of your room will make it feel bigger.• Use lower-wattage bulbs but more
“Flowers” — cvu123
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