575,396 residential lighting Home Design Photos

Platinum Series by Mark Molthan
3 Reviews
Other Spaces
Beautiful court. What type of lights did you use, and why did you hang them "upside down"? Thanks
They wanted indirect lighting. That way when you look up to serve it won't be too bright. They do it this way at my club and I really like it.
Unbelievable private residential home gym with tennis and basketball!
lob it too high or one of the lighting fixtures might end your match early.
“Tennis Courts” — daja10145
Greenleaf Lighting Ltd
Private residential Kent Uk
like the light fixtures; island can have chairs around it.
Private residential Kent Uk
undercabinet lighting
Greenleaf Lighting Ltd
Concentrated light...3 pendant lights...pendant lighting
“Tamara kitchen” — affmisc
Princeton Design Collaborative
5 Reviews
Lower Level Living
acoustics due the the low ceiling height and the thickness of the insulation system. Currently we are specifying an Alpro ceiling panel on another residential project .
If your referring to the blue lighted box , it is 220 gallon aquarium with a back panel of glass mosaic tile. The photo was taken before the aquarium was filled and fish added.
Could you create a light box to make it look like there's light to the outside. You'd still put windows in
I like the coutch, light and the color o the walls
light colored wood on the walls
wood paneling (not the ugly 70's crappy stuff) and the lighting! yes!
To light the space, Conroy opened the stairwell to the rest of the house and placed skylights overhead. Recessed can lights fill in, and the aquarium also has the feel of natural daylight.
“Basement” — clm336
Braswell Homes Inc
1 Review
French 2012
What is the color on the light tan walls? This is a nicely deigned house.
Confirm the bulb size and wattage. As long as you're visiting the electrician, ask about the most appropriate type of bulb for your lighting fixture. Because today's standard bulbs may not fit, inquire whether you'll need a specialty version (available through antique parts suppliers, as detailed below)
but its shade is stained and threadbare. Or the chandelier that caught your eye is missing a few crystals. A retailer that specializes in antique lighting parts can be an invaluable resource. If you don't have one in your community, search online.
“Light at hourchow.com” — crstaddon
Linda Medina Interior Design
Residential Spaces
unused outdoor balcony space was used to create a spa shower. New clerestory windows were added to bring in light and the blue of the sky. The dark wood cabinets contrast with the soft light cream limestone flooring, walls and countertops. A cool blue and green color scheme reflects the coastal beach
beach community of this home in Solana Beach, California. A custom spa bench was designed and created outside the tub. Modern lighting was applied to the vanity mirror to create a sleek contemporary feel.
I'm looking for a combination of light travertine floors and shower walls and diana marble vanity.
I have a large mirror over our sink and vanity. How was the light above the sink put on the mirror?
“Flooring” — Debbie White
RR Builders, LLC
4 Reviews
Outdoor spaces
This picture-perfect residential pool house was custom built and features a handsome stone exterior, open kitchen, changing room and bath area. This idyllic pool house provides a perfect backdrop to the family’s pool and seamlessly incorporates luxury and function. The Home Builders Association of
“Walled space” — terijones
Heydt Designs
4 Reviews
Mill Valley Classic Cottage
Residential Design by Heydt Designs, Interior Design by Benjamin Dhong Interiors, Construction by Kearney & O'Banion, Photography by David Duncan Livingston
I have a suggestion. Paint the armoire exterior a light color and the interior a yellow or blue to match the surrounding.
clients, a growing family, bought this home with the intention of updating its style and adding to its square footage. The architectural updates and light-filled spaces made each of the rooms a treat to see.
“Chair” — peggybowers
J.A. Smith Construction & Design Studio
Project 2
Clad the windows with a sunblock material. See 3M's film: http://solutions.3m.com/wps/portal/3M/en_US/Window_Film/Solutions/Markets-Products/Residential/
natural light at a make up area
In this closet, windows filter in light, reducing the need for electrical lighting. I love how bright and cheerful this closet is. It would make dressing a daily pleasure.
“dressing table at the side” — vanessafushi
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