While there is no shortage of images where you will see in-ground lights illuminating walkways we especially love this particular corridor that creates a cool indoor-outdoor interplay.
Like the old projector turned new lamp shown above there are all sorts of other cool finds you can turn into lamps. The possibilities are literally endless. For instance have a look at this vintage coffee grinder lamp from VintageLightCo on Etsy.
Using spotlights in the bedroom and powder room can add a soft touch creating just the right amount of drama without being overpowering. Wooden beams hold the spotlights below in this showpiece of a sleeping space.
Spotlights are perfect for powder rooms without windows. Use them over the sink for illumination that adds clarity to your morning routine.
The black Hair-on-Hide Chairs in the image below feature a design by Milo Baughman in partnership with Thayer Coggin. Once again we see the power of a cube (this time in chair form) which is beautifully contrasted with the flat-bar frame on which it rests:
Less inclined to venture outdoors as evenings draw in people instead focus upon their home environment and begin readying themselves for winter’s onset. With summer wardrobes packed away winter woollens are once again unfolded and unfurled.