566,712 warm light Home Design Photos

Arterra LLP Landscape Architects
5 Reviews
Carmel Hilltop Retreat
Ideabooks3,488
Questions3
loses its leaves in the winter or remains evergreen. Your garden will be welcoming through more seasons if the tree sheds its leaves and allows warming light to reach you on a cool day. But be prepared for some autumn raking, and add those leaves to your compost pile for an extra benefit.
lighting in the garden patches
outdoor lighting
“big stones” — ellamiek
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Nicole Benveniste Interior Design
master bedroom
Ideabooks6,379
Questions7
Bedside dressing table (needs good natural light)
Turquoise in its warm, light version is completely calming for sweet dreams.
“Nightstand/vanity” — kaitroberts
Little Miracles Designs
8 Reviews
Brooklyn Heights Modern Garden
Ideabooks2,312
Questions2
How is this lighting accomplished? thank you
Use warm-toned lights. Harsh blue and bright white fluorescent lights should be avoided.
The lighting under the bench...very calming.
Use warm-toned lights. Harsh blue and bright white fluorescent lights should be avoided
amber-colored fire light, tiki torches and lights with red and orange tones to set your landscape aglow.
Use warm-toned lights. Harsh blue and bright white fluorescent lights should be avoided. Instead, use amber-colored fire light, tiki torches and lights with red and orange tones to set your landscape aglow.
“ourdoor lichting!” — sherylpoole
McClellan Architects
3 Reviews
Lake House Two - Stair
Ideabooks11,270
Questions11
The entire stair case is very elegant but i love the strip light detail... can you please explain how you were able to concealed the light so nicely, maybe a close up on that detail :) Thank you
Thank you! The finish is venetian plaster and it gets the gold glow from the light fixture above.
for the lovely compliment. The stair stringer is blackened steel ( a chemical finishing process). The wall behind is venetian plaster with a raking light that gives the wall an amazing glow.
Use light to your advantage. The light source you choose affects how colors appear in a room, but so does the way you use the light. On this project, the gold leaf wall is washed with light from a bright LED strip. This combination gives off a warm glow.
“I like the delicate design of the handrail and glass” — tstewart173
Ann Lowengart Interiors
29 Reviews
Funky and Fun Living Room
Ideabooks120K
Questions59
A fresh and inviting space with lots of natural light. Perfect for hosting guests or living in style day-to-day. Design by Annie Lowengart and photo by David Duncan Livingston.
is perfection. It appears to be a space filled with natural light. Would this look work in a room with little natural light? If so, would it be odd to have this room dark when all the other rooms are a light neutral.. and full of natural light? Thanks so much. Your work is a real inspiration.
I wonder what do the glass bubbles do to the light?
Please provide more info on the overhead light fixture.
Love the light fixture! Where can I find it?
paint than the grey to compliment the style of the dining set. It has three windows and should have enough natural light.
“colors and decor” — rrtumolo
Pepe Calderin Design- Modern Interior Design
11 Reviews
BUTLERS RESIDENCE
Ideabooks3,474
Questions6
How close the led light to the wall in order to create the effect?
I think the sconse are from Leucos lighting
I like the warm paint color.
ceiling, lighting, overall feel of room lacking windows
recommendation: warm wall colour - paint
Choose a warm wall color. Lower levels are often short on natural light, so substitute the sun's effect with a warm, golden wall color. “Gold, melon, orange and pumpkin are great wall colors for basement bedrooms,” says Weiner. “They exude warmth under any lighting conditions
Choose a warm wall color. Lower levels are often short on natural light, so substitute the sun's effect with a warm, golden wall color. “Gold, melon, orange and pumpkin are great wall colors for basement bedrooms,” says Weiner. “They exude warmth under any lighting conditions and literally glow when
“Yellow” — karihoegemeyer
John Kraemer & Sons
34 Reviews
Chalkboard Painted Wall
Ideabooks32,027
Questions16
what is the color of the wall paint? It looks like a nice warm color.
Where can I find this light fixture? Great compliment to the space.
what size light is this? I went to barnlightelectric and only see 4 light option, looks like 6
Do you have a model number and manufacturer for this lighting? I am having having trouble locating?
Was purchased at Southern Lights in Burnsville, MN.
So nice of you to respond to questions! Can you tell me about the light fixture? Brand and/or possibly where it might be found? It is spectacular !!!
Check out Barn Light Electric! http://www.barnlightelectric.com/chan
It is a 6 light... They purchased it from Southern Lights in Burnsville, MN, if you want to give them a call...
“chalkboard” — perkyperky
Austin Patterson Disston Architects
Contemporary - Quogue, NY
Ideabooks1,816
Questions1
the kit.-eating-LR combo is good. Also, the wood, white, & blue are warm.
half wall, bench seating, light and airy feel
clean ceiling, pendant lights, timber trim
The table and behind it the window onto the mamad... I love the light wood paneling... very Scandinavian...
closed), and visually and physically connects the interior with the peaceful leafy scene outside. Notice how the warm gentle lighting stimulates the eyes, adds energy and lifts the mood of the room.
SIGHTLet there be (loads of natural) lightA home that’s flooded with natural light looks bright, spacious, relaxing and inviting. Here, a wall of large glass sliding doors allows an abundance of natural light to illuminate this welcoming dining area (whether open or closed)
“Half wall. Carving out a half- or third-height wall will give you the easy flow of an open-plan spac” — lindaloo15
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