"Uplighting can 'wash' a room in the color, or colors, of your choice, while pin spots strategically focus on the details you’d like to highlight the most," says Kate Franzen, of Glint Events. Floral design by The Proper Petal; lighting by Choice Entertainment.
This media room reflects the Art Deco era by featuring a refined touch of 1920s Hollywood glamour. Comfortable seating, polished nickel tables and lamps and state-of-the art media equipment work to create a seamless theater experience.
Although undercabinet and above-cabinet lighting are kitchen classics, adding color to the glow is a relatively fresh twist. Blue lighting casts a high-tech, futuristic mood in this modern galley-style kitchen.
You know what they say-first impressions are the most important, and this elegant, traditional bathroom makes a great first impression. The pocket doors are made of beautiful glass and rich wood, and since they are built into the door frame, they do not take any room from the space. Upon entering the bathroom, you can see that the rich wood of the doors is continued in the space with the cabinets and vanity which are made out of the same material. The space's patterned tile on the floor and the backsplash continue this elegant vibe throughout.
A combination of uplighting and downlighting to highlight architectural and planting features along with a glowing fire pit creates a cosy, intimate effect in this patio design from Falling Waters Landscape featuring acid washed concrete pavers.
Even the driveway of this luxurious Miami Beach estate, known as Terra Veritatis, is spectacular. Lighted palms mark the path to the arched entry gate. Intricate detailing on the exterior wall reflects the design of the Mediterranean Revival mansion itself.
At night, the family's outdoor space is strategically lit so that they can enjoy their space even during the evening. The pool is lit with waterproof LED lights, while uplighting along the retaining wall and walkways helps to light the rest of the space.