1,720 meridian 2 light Staircase Design Photos

Central Meridian Photography
Contemporary Ocean View
Central Meridian Photography
recessed lighting...2.5" tread
“Escaleras” — M Alberto Moreno
Central Meridian Photography
Flow Modern Interior Design
the lighted IQ sign instead of a beer sign LOL
Warm yellow light next to bar appearance
Old meets new bar, lighting
Black iron with light stairs
Central Meridian Photography
“basement floor” — esisson56
Kendall Wilkinson Design
1 Review
Elle Decor Showhouse 2010
Hello, the stair runner is a wool-sisal blend called "Cortina" from Merida Meridian in color "Glades."
The chandelier is made by Dutch designers Brand Van Egmond. The chandelier is available through Policelli Lighting, here in San Francisco- www.fabulouslighting.com.
wool-sisal blend called "Cortina" from Merida Meridian
“staircase art ideas” — kcostoulas
Simpson Design Group Architects
5 Reviews
Shirley Avenue
What kind of lights are these- anyone know??
Love the rattan pendant light. Where did you get it from?
I am considering same light over our stairs. What is the ceiling (opening)
(opening) height and what size of the light did you go with? Thank you.
Espresso-stained bamboo. We ordered 2-inch thick bamboo planks and had them custom stained to match the floor which is also bamboo
These specific lights are a custom design for the home.
of the light fixture. The fixture can be found here: Hive Modern; specifically Moooi Random Light. Thank you
Hi buckie70, the fixture is actually made of fiberglass and resin; it is the Random Light by Moooi, and you can find it here: http://hivemodern.com/pages/product3270/moooi-random-light
“Design” — chamindapallawala
Peter Zimmerman Architects
23 Reviews
New House - Wayne, PA
Does anyone know where this light fixture is from?
Fixture is from the Fine Art Lamps Perspectives collection #732040-2
fine art lamps , perspectives collection #732040-2
Fine Art Lamps Perspectives collection #732040-2
Fine Art Lamps chandeliers form the Perspectives collection. Shown in silver, #732040-2. Also available in bourbon
light fixture from Fine Art Lamps
“dark bannister” — lauraketterer
Spacial Images
1 Review
The Zinc House
I like the lights coming down the stairs!!
Lighting on the side of stairs
Love the "stairway to heaven" staircase...awesome lighting!
Get the light rightGood illumination can be all you need to completely transform a space. Here, lighting at the sides makes this wooden staircase glow. It’s more like an art installation than a run of steps.
Look at lightingThe lighting in any scheme is crucial. If you get this wrong, you are going to really struggle to get the feel you want. A good interior designer will have the experience to know what will work in each space. If you’re looking for something really special, you might also want to consider
“lights on stairs” — Roi Mitchel
Modern Staircase
The glass ball hanging lamp by usona is beautiful. How do you change the burned out light, How is it made?
where did you find the light fixture? Love it!
Love this light fixture for 2 story staircase
Light fitting hall but with cut glass lead
Cluster a number of smaller lights together for greater impact. A two-story tall staircase can be difficult to decorate. This set of 18 smaller lights gathered in a column of glass and light does the job perfectly. It's a simple fixture and an elegant solution
or a creation of random recessed lighting, you can achieve a whimsical look that is off the beaten path. Whatever the application, use light fixtures in a strategically placed repetitive pattern to get your own Midsummer Night's Dream look indoors. More: Browse lighting ideas in the Products section
“Banester” — pusterla
Cornerstone Architects
21 Reviews
Horseshoe Bay Lakehouse Stairs
Who makes this light fixture? I'm looking for something that is tall
This is so dramatic. We need to replace a foyer light and have a tight space in the stairwell. A light like this would be fabulous
I love the light fixture. Can you tell me the manufacturer, style or information about this fixture.
It is from 2nd Avenue Lighting
Entry: 2nd Avenue Lighting; largelighting.com (the "Tornado")
light by Sparkle - st Louis
“room” — bstephens4
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