Recessed ground lighting in the yard is often the ideal option for homeowners who want a relaxing stylish and dreamy ambiance. The central courtyard below achieves all this but also goes on to use the lights themselves as an interesting feature. The illumination of the gray wall brings a certain refinement to the entire yard even if the lights are not highlighting any unique natural feature or group of plants!
When choosing a color for your spotlights consider how prominent you want them to be against the ceiling. Metallic lights really pop while darker colors such as black add style to rich-hued ceilings without taking them over.
Spotlights have the power to strategically illuminate a room. Whether you opt for directional spotlights on tracks the recessed variety or lighting mounted directly to the ceiling many options await you.
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!
The Nordic countries are especially adept at building cozy homey spaces. The Danish notion of Hygge is a pertinent one; difficult to translate into English it is akin to sharing comfort and warmth with family and friends. Spaces are often relaxed calm and gratifying with a keen eye on both detail and simplicity.
Scatter the recessed lights throughout your ceiling or line the edges of the room with them as shown below in this modern space featured at Lonny: