3,281 bright lighting Modern Exterior Design Photos

Mihaly Slocombe
4 Reviews
Hill House
Ideabooks3,128
Questions1
where can I buy the outdoor lights that illuminate the fence?? Thanks
Love this contemp house exterior and lighting
The Lighting and the front porch
Covered porch and grill access. Light. Indoor/outdoor.
exterior lighting and windows
OUTDOOR WALL LIGHTING
Back yard lights fence
Lighted big open grass yard.
landscape lighting...bright lights!...Garden lighting...patio lighting...living in light...porch lighting...wall lighting
“the rammed earth wall and overall concept is great.” — joywhyte
Lucy Call
My Houzz: David
Ideabooks959
Questions2
Picked this just because it is of similar scale to what we would be doing....as mentioned, like big windows, so long as there is some division of lights.
Modern home that was remodeled inside. Very light and open and in SLC. Architect and designers: The teams at Imbue Design and Sausage Space made several changes to the bathroom, tweaking the shower
“Is this the cable railing?” — lyndap
LDa Architecture & Interiors
7 Reviews
Miller's Meadow Farm Entry
Ideabooks10,422
Questions8
Where are the side lights from? So great!
where is the door and side light system from?
I tried this color (Egg Yolk) and it is not as bright as it looks in this picture. It is more pale pastel yellow (2 coats). Maybe if I try another coat, I'll get it this shade.
Regarding Paint Color Requests: Due to the mix of natural and artificial lighting, digital photography processing, and your monitor's color settings, what you see on a computer screen will most likely be different than what the
Like the idea of a bright door or a rustic wood door also
I love a bright front door
may be. I'd suggest a bold hue, so it really stands out against the white. Bright yellow with subtle charcoal-gray accents has lots of impact against the soft, light color of this house.
“Bold colors are in demand this year; yellow is perfect for the southwest.” — European Cabinets & Design Studios
Simpson Design Group Architects
5 Reviews
El Cerrito II
Ideabooks6
Questions0
Bernard Andre'
Simpson Design Group Architects
5 Reviews
El Cerrito II
Ideabooks10
Questions0
Bernard Andre'
“Fran” — roverruns
Anthony Wilder Design/Build, Inc.
13 Reviews
House of Light: Chevy Chase, Maryland Home inspired by Hugh Newell Jacobsen
Ideabooks1,549
Questions4
House of Light: Chevy Chase, Maryland Home inspired by Hugh Newell Jacobsen
I am fascinated by the embedded linear walk lighting. How is this accomplished?
The line of lighting up the pathway is so simple and elegant. Was it added after the
is two slabs with the light coming from between? we are installing steps and would like a strip of light going thru. great look, thanks for sharing it.
Pennsylvania Bluestone floating on a steel and concrete struture. there is no joint material but there is an LED light stip under
Ditto. I also want to know about the lighting embedded in the walkway. Thank you in advance!
How is this light line done?
Lead with light. Here an embedded linear light draws a line to the home’s entry.
“Exterior simple with doemers” — pmorriswilliams
Ana Williamson Architect
4 Reviews
Cloud Street Residence
Ideabooks27,584
Questions23
Source for the exterior wall sconce, the one with the down lighting?
where might i purchase the round globe lights on either side of the garage?
front door light and lighting over numbers
I like the bold color statement through minor details. Every bright color pops with a natural and subdued background palette. The best part is that you can change the door color or add bright furniture pieces easily
splash of red & bright green with grey/blue
“Element: Color” — daltonmock16
Natalie Myers
12 Reviews
Walk Around the Hood
Ideabooks2,421
Questions5
lesson is - when using dark colour one needs to balance it with lots of white windows and frames (and maybe a bright red or orange front door ) for the look to really work.
exterior color with white trim and bright door color
Dark grey house and light teal door, love!
bungalow stood out among the other neutral white, brown and beige homes on the dense street because of its dark facade and lovely sky blue front door. In bright sun, any black may become tempered and slightly faded to a dark gray.
“All grey” — jitkaj
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