13,203 modern lighting design Mediterranean Home Design Photos

Tamara Bickley Design
2 Reviews
Northland, Atlanta Ga
Ideabooks2,050
Questions5
couch structure but a bit less modern
MODERN - LOTS OF LIGHT - gives an airy feel.
Open above living area, tall ceilings, tall windows, lots of light
Beautiful seating area, outside and inside together Designer referral
love the modern furniture with old world detail
fireplace stucco design
furniture, fireplace (light color)
Rohe | CA Modern Home
Tamara Bickley Design
“Color” — stevemay7
Wendy Black Rodgers Interiors
2 Reviews
Transitional Home
Ideabooks1,247
Questions1
steps to a portico. wide path lined with palms, lights, plants
landscape and lighting. All colors complement each other. Picturesque front doorway.
wonderful light for anywhere in your space if you're lucky
carpet design stones
Entry light and blue color
love the porch light
lighting, plants...Post lights...Brick design...light n floor tile...Entry lights...path lighting...star light...step lights
“Gatd” — claudia
JAUREGUI Architecture Interiors Construction
24 Reviews
Seven Oaks Showcase
Ideabooks5,504
Questions2
outdoor lighting above porch and above
lights on colonnade for night; would also like likes on chimey for night
pool idea and design..
lighting finish work
Lighting, steps, landscaping
Lighting on the overhang
outdoor lighting...pool lighting
“Steps, pots, block entry” — denisedurrans
Vanguard Studio Inc.
2 Reviews
Gray Residence
Ideabooks3,588
Questions9
elements of this home were purchased overseas. You might contact the interior designer, Ron Malott in Austin, Texas.
Many of the detail elements of this home were purchased overseas. You might contact the interior designer, Ron Malott in Austin, Texas.
Dark brown cabinets, light bar and stove covering, light granite counters.
I love the wall designed and the paint color of the kitchen.
“Love the hood.” — Lowe's Home Improvement - Store #2224
Weber Design Group, Inc.
5 Reviews
Mediterranean Dream
Ideabooks2,794
Questions4
Architectural Design by Weber Design Group, photography by Tom Harper
I'm sorry we did not get involved with the interior design selections.
alcoves, contrasting shelf color, lights, adjustable shelves a must
This is the design in the
tile below as contrast to selected Ibi design above in foyer. Note back glass and French door will be like the Lycos windows that will have contrasting strip around French Doors and borders that immediately follows
jumping off point. Wooden shelves nice. Architectural Design by Weber Design Group, photography by Tom Harper
arched cutouts in wall with overhead lighting living room
“Mooi kaggel korbel” — zeeb
South Coast Architects, Inc.
5 Reviews
A Spanish Revival/ Spanish Colonial
Ideabooks3,402
Questions3
extended exterior views and uncompromised intimacy. This is achieved with a Wine Cellar directly below the Dining Room, crafted from old world brick and modern glass cabinets that project upward through a glass floor connecting to the Dining Room and flowing into a classic barrel ceiling. The spectacular exterior
Illuminaries lighting can make this fixture www.illuminaries.com
sooooo,BEAUITFUL love the beautiful lighting, its soo beautiful love everything about it x
“Light” — lanesman
TEA2 Architects
2 Reviews
Italiannate Villa
Ideabooks2,788
Questions3
Where can we find this light fixture
Please send info on light fixture.
Would really like to know the manufacturer of the light fixtures! Please! Website?
love the style of the chairs it looks like victorian era with a modern twist be cause of color scheme.
the room structure, chairs, lighting
Love the chairs and lights
Light fixture...Chairs and lighting...light fixture
“ديكور مجلس النساء” — esghamdi
Gordon + Greineder
3 Reviews
Woodside Residence
Ideabooks7,889
Questions5
Outdoor living. Interior decorating by Wheeler Design Group
Love the light rattan rolled arms on furniture. Where can I get it?
Wheeler Design Group in San Francisco selected furnishings with the homeowners. They may be able to identify the source for you.
that flows seamlessly from one space to the next. It needn't be the exact hue; a lighter tint or darker shade would work well, too. The soft yellow light of this outdoor room makes it warm and inviting. The living space is visually expanded by showcasing a yellow flowery planting at the end of the framed
“ceiling” — anfolk
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