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Rochelle Silberman
Marin Elegance
Ideabooks2,017
Questions6
close at hand. Since the previous kitchen often felt dark, the lighting scheme was upgraded to include recessed lights and a stunning modern chandelier. “All the lighting is LED, except for the hood insert,” notes Silberman.
keep the breadbox and toaster oven close at hand. Since the previous kitchen often felt dark, the lighting scheme was upgraded to include recessed lights and a stunning modern chandelier. “All the lighting is LED, except for the hood insert,” notes Silberman. Chandelier: Raimond Zafu, Moooi; backsplash
“the window” — vjmg52
McReynolds Designs
23 Reviews
Rockwall County
Ideabooks194
Questions5
I would love to find out where the pendent lights are from?
Pendant lights...specialty lighting...pendant lights...recessed lighting...cloche lighting
“love this look” — Heidi Helms
Rochelle Silberman
Marin Elegance
Ideabooks1,645
Questions4
Light, airy. Great place for reflection!
Library/ spare room...love the windows- lots of natural light
light and airy...recessed lighting...specialty lighting
“Throws” — janacia
Laura Manchee Designs
1 Review
Lake Retreat
Ideabooks67
Questions0
specialty lights
“Simple.” — kwanyich
McKay Landscape Lighting
11 Reviews
Deck & Patio
Ideabooks4,767
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Gorgeous wall. Could you tell me the manufacturer of these lights. Thank you.
The lights under the seat wall cap are a low-voltage copper step light. They can also be used on deck & patio steps. Please
Please visit www.mckaylighting.com to view more applications of this fixture in our security lighting gallery. Thanks for your interest in McKay!
Can you advise what type of light you used under the coping/ledge? Thanks
Specialty Lighting Ideas Now we're on to the fun stuff. Assess the cool "targets" in the landscape: a beautiful tree
lighting -- need to have good lighting in landscaping
Lighting under the bench/retaining wall is simply beautiful!
Sexy lighting is what you want!You'll hear a lot of vocabulary in the landscape lighting world. Some of the terms relate to the orientation of the lighting (downlighting, uplighting, backlighting); some refer to what you're lighting (step lighting, path lighting); some refer to why you're lighting (accenting
“Light in the planter box” — jlq3456
BRADSHAW DESIGNS LLC
13 Reviews
Enchanted Master Suite
Ideabooks1,173
Questions1
its private courtyard and calcatta marble tile, freestanding tub, custom cabinets, and soft lighting. Closet and cabinet plans by Bradshaw Designs, Tile-Palmer Todd, Contractor-Construction Specialties, Lighting-Owners collection, Photography - Jennifer Siu-Rivera
Light fixture, I missed it on eBay!!!
“Colors” — lesmeri
Electronics Design Group, Inc.
High Quality Kitchen With Specialty Lighting
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High Quality Kitchen With Specialty Lighting
custom lighting
“Gril plaat bakplaat en inductie plaat” — ronald1818
McKay Landscape Lighting
11 Reviews
Deck & Patio
Ideabooks712
Questions1
What kind of lights did you use to light up the stone bench/wall?
What kind of lights did you use to light up the stone bench/wall? Also, could those lights be used on the outside of a pool/spa? I'm having a slightly raised spa/pool and would like to have outside lighting on the perimeter. Thanks
They are copper seat wall lights under the precast cap. Only if the fixture is protected from getting wet. If the bulbs get wet they will burn out quickly.
I didn't install these particular lights, but I do install them quite frequently . There are a number of manufacturers that make these in
in halogen and LED configurations. They are typically called a rail light or hardscape light. I would be careful about installing them that close to a spa, typically for code you would need at least 10' of distance between the fixture and the pool/ spa. Check your local codes on this though. In your
“lighting” — stilwellmaggie
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