Spring 2012 Installation - Contempory contemporary-landscape
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Spring 2012 Installation - Contempory Contemporary Landscape, Omaha

Regency Sub-Division. Photos by Tom Kessler Photography.
Photo of a huge contemporary driveway in Omaha. — Houzz

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jserbe wrote:
Love the lighting in the wall! - Can you tell me how this was done and with what products? We want something similar to this in the step up into our shower.
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You should absolutely leverage your landscape lights if you have them. Its way easier and cheaper than to use the standard 120V transformer. Your landscape transformer outputs 12V AC. You need 12V DC for the LED. I recommend you get one of these to get the conversion done. It is a very small device so makes it easier to hide. http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00SGMW4K8.
There's also a YouTube video on how to use it, although it's fairly self-explanatory:
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jeffpm wrote:
Who is the manufacturer of the wall lighting?
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McKay Landscape Lighting
They are custom made with concrete, lexan and LED tape lighting.
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Do you have any photos of the process you would care to share?
Thank you
Portland, Or.
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Margie Grace - Grace Design Associates added this to Fantastical Landscape Lighting to Kindle a Fanciful Air
Unique applications of everyday lighting techniques. Look for uncommon ways to use standard lighting techniques. For instance, say you need a little illumination along a path to find your way to your destination. You could dot the path with pathlights or add some eyebrow lights to a nearby wall. Or you could make a bigger design statement. These artfully placed strip lights provide movement and interest to the night scene — as well as light the route to the front door. Take this same idea and give it a twist. Use flexible LED light tape or light rope to make sweeping lines of light inset in a wall, a patio or pool decking. Fashion a cover for the inset light tape out of glass tiles, a metal screen or custom-cut polycarbonate, or tuck the light source up under a built-in lip to finish the look. Don't limit yourself just to strip lighting when tweaking standard lighting techniques — dream up alternate uses of downlights, uplights etc. For instance, why not cut a pattern out of a piece of sheet metal, place it over an uplight and project shadow patterns on a wall? Ditto for downlights, only the pattern will dance on the floor. Caution: When modifying any light fixture, make sure the fixture doesn't overheat and cause a fire hazard.

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Betsy Hoelting added this to hoelting's Ideas
Add plants to the top of the wall.
grasgrau - GARTENDESIGN added this to - Licht für Terrasse und Garten
Licht hinter Milchglas, eingelassen in Sichtbeton

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