Cable lighting spotlights a line of simply framed, same-sized black-and-white photos along a stair landing, creating the effect of a mini gallery. Elaborate decoration on the base of the console table and a pair of silver candlesticks dress up the simple space.
In their kitchen design, AB Design Elements used a combination of lighting systems to work within the space. For an up-to-the-minute look, low voltage cable lighting was installed under the graduated tray ceiling that highlights points of the room but does not visually impair the flow of the architectural features, as the lights seem to float in the room. Recessed lighting, under cabinet lighting and chandeliers are also placed strategically in the room that complement its overall transitional design.
Open shelving adds an industrial touch while pulling all the homeowner's curated pieces together for a comfortable, lived-in feel. Exposed duct work and cable lighting accentuate the urban setting, while midcentury details polish off the design.
The entire main living area of the home is designed to be one large room with the kitchen floating in the middle. Caswell uses cable lights strung across the room to accentuate the height and beauty of the wood-trimmed ceiling.
Decked out with Shaker-style cabinets and a textured backsplash, this transitional eat-in kitchen has a farmhouse feel. Exposed beams are a rustic statement overhead, while cable lighting is a minimalist update. A wall of open shelving provides storage without weighing down the space.
This stylish study begins with three-panel glass doors opening to the grid-ceiling detail and industrial cable lighting. The space is fitted with a custom partner’s desk and cream leather chairs. The ceiling pattern is also custom-made and is echoed in the cubed cocktail tables and chocolate carpet.
Everywhere you look in this beautiful, AB Design Elements kitchen, the eyes feast upon an interesting, bold architectural feature that works together for a comfortable design. The open kitchen plan allows for a combination of design elements, such as infusing touches of rusticity with exposed beams, wood trim, cable lighting and stainless appliances against the traditional aspects of the cabinetry and floor.