572 light blue alcove Staircase Design Photos

Phil Kean Designs
2012 New American Home
The lights are under the glass vases?
Please advise how you brought out the individual colours in the individual alcoves. Are the spotlights placed underneath the vases? Are the lights plain white or tinted with the colour of the vases
love the coloured lights and built in
Love the lights under the glass vases
i love the lighting and the wall deco
Novel multi colored Glass in Alcoves
“lighted cubicle for glass vase” — jeanwcuan
Gardner Mohr Architects LLC
10 Reviews
tropical craftsman
posts, beams, and above beam lighting
library alcove idea for basement
librbary alcove for piano
Love the library alcove.
Library alcove....Library alcove...blue wall
“library alcove idea for basement” — elizpowers
Tali Hardonag Architect
9 Reviews
Menlo Park
Any info on this adorable light?
wrong. The fixture is an original design by Brian Landau his website is Expodesigninc.com he licenses his designs to Tech lighting.
Paul is correct - that's the spec on the light fixture
The orange and blue combine very well.
Orange and blue - blue doors!
cool light fixture in the stairwell
Opposition: Walls in the same room are different colors. The two parallel walls are orange and the one between them is a blue color that pops when you look at them.
their complementary colors.Orange and blue also are at opposite points. In using them, you'll have an instant complementary color scheme.
Dynamic Duo. Colors that are opposite each other on the color wheel create a dramatic and visually stimulating space. Here, blue and orange enliven a stairwell and
“stairway colors” — misokwesi
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Best of Houzz 2012, 2013
Paula Grace Designs creates luxurious, comfortable homes emphasizing personalized design and high-end and custom furnishings. A design you love delivered with the service and quality you deserve.
Arte Architecture
rod iron lighting, chandeliers and scones - match staircase and prayer room furniture, etc...
Light sconces on the wall
Like the alcoves lighting
Wall sconces, covey with light
Wall lights...The lighted niche...Lights on stairway...wall lighting
“iron spins” — edwards_eileen
Sheridan Interiors
1 Review
Lake Wylie, South Carolina
Lighted niche (not these stairs )
Recessed, lighted display
mini alcoves and display
Love the little lighted shelves
Light boxes on stairway wall
Lighting in the alcove
Like the wall Alcoves
Lighted niche...Lighted built-in...display lighting
“Stairway showcase” — Lori Santiago
Imagine Living
Rooms designed by Creazioni - Italian visionary company
what color blue is the wall
An entire scene takes place in a bold, blue, English entryway. This stood out more than others since most spaced were packed with muted colors and/or patterns. Here's something to keep in mind: Blue is often associated with masculinity, but when you pair it with feminine lines and ultra-white, it instantly
with a dark blue foyer flanked with white furnishings. You can find ornate wood pieces at flea markets that you can then transform with a can of white spray paint.Suggested paint pick: Flying Fish, Behr
Add a backdropThis florid console and mirror convey regal splendour, but the deep blue wall plays
I love this stylized entryway. Royal blue as far as the eye can see feels rich and is an unusual (read memorable) choice. The Baroque white console table and framed mirror that provide loads
“antique” — family tent
John Maniscalco Architecture
2 Reviews
Sugar Bowl Residence
Who makes the lighting and who makes the stairs?
modern light fixture
open staircase for light?
stairs & window &alcove
Like the light fixture
ceiling lighting...pendant lighting...Amber lights...Natural light
“go cau thang” — Le Hai
Ana Williamson Architect
4 Reviews
Ana Williamson Architect
which i stripped and redid in oak. i am currently redoing the upper levelbedroom and will since the upper floor is semi open and i am painting it a light tan with white trim i am wondering if i should paint the spindles white and strip top rail and stain it to match the handrail coming up the stairs
Should we add some kind of lighting to the window seat?
This alcove is also a perch. Built for a small child, another place to watch the world go by, curl up with a book or take a nap. Certainly a nice place for a time out.
An alcove way up high. Who says window seats have to be chair-level? Climbing a short ladder up to this fun window seat separates
“Thin book shelves on both side of her bed” — vineet
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