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.
The spotlights in this next featured kitchen are white like the ceiling. The result is a light and airy feel that’s also well illuminated! Perfect for a culinary space with a tropical vibe.
Recessed ground lights in-floor lights or in-ground lights; no matter what you wish to call them they almost always end up being the showstoppers of any space they adorn. Highlighting architectural features pathways and creating a smart focal point with dramatic brilliance recessed ground lights turn even the most mundane room into a captivating and intriguing space.
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:
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.
Layers of crystal and glass come together to form the Luciano Chandelier a piece that evokes the elegance of 1920s French Deco style. A modern take on the waterfall pendant: