The recessed ground lighting here adds to the overall theme highlights the textural beauty of the stone wall and its uniqueness in a contemporary space and does so without seeming far too overwhelming.
When it comes to the type of lamp that has a lamp shade industrial design gets quite creative to reinvent the look. Check out this first lamp featured on DIY Network which uses a wire shade and a stack of old books for the base.
The many lighting effects and moods that these understated lights bring might just be what you need as you get your home ready for the gala holiday season ahead! As autumn begins to take a firm hold in the northern hemisphere shorter days inevitably lead to longer and darker nights.
Don’t hesitate to combine directional spotlights with other forms of lighting such as recessed spotlights or pendant lights as shown below.
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.