In-floor lighting in itself might not have the biggest visual impact indoors unless you are using the lights in darker spaces such as the home theater. A good combination of recessed ceiling and ground lighting is a far more sensible option in the grand dining room the living space or in those long winding corridors.
When the powder room is gleaming the spotlights can bounce off the tile adding even more illumination to the space. Below we see the reflective effect in a powder room with dark taupe walls.
FJ Lamp designed by Finn Juhl in 1963. Produced by Onecollection. Image © House of FinnJuhl™. Birdy designed by Birger Dahl in 1952. Relaunched in 2013 by Northern Lighting. Image © Northern Lighting AS.
In-ground illumination is largely used outdoors to act as a ‘guiding light’ of sorts to clearly define pathways and architectural features and to highlight beautiful natural features.
Today we present a collection of beautifully designed spaces featured as well as a section at the end of post focused on where to buy these versatile lighting wonders! Enjoy and may the photos below illuminate your path to design greatness…
Below we see recessed spotlights in a powder room filled with white and wooden tones. The feel is clean and modern with a warm glow of course!