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!
A common mistake that most of us commit here is to use too many in-floor lights which turns the lovely living room or the hallway into a less attractive ‘airline runway-style’ setting. Avoid this mistake by being more frugal with recessed ground lights and spacing them out sensibly.
A rather dapper little lamp Carronade is made using matte black painted steel and American walnut with smart brass details. With its rotatable spotlight the Carronade lamp is as versatile as it is elegant. Simply place it on a table or mount it on a wall.
Also from Lumens is the wine glass-spaped Axis71 Vino LED Spot Light a directional light crafted from heavy iron and featuring LED lighting. Mount it close to the wall to spotlight specific items (such as artowrk) or aim it at greater distances for a general lighting effect.
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!
Playing with the position and place of a light will ensure the optimum level of warmth is attained. You might for example set a pendant on a table and a table lamp upon the floor. Lamps that include a dimmer will enable greater control of mood contrast contours and shadows.