The beauty of recessed lighting is often overlooked in lieu of more dramatic and statement lighting. But there’s something to behold in the simplicity of it. And, these days, modern recessed lighting can be just as dramatic and eye-catching as any other form of lighting. Take a look:
I love the seamless look that can only be achieved through modern recessed lighting. It really helps open up a space since they don’t obstruct the view like hanging pendants and lights do sometimes. There’s something so beautiful in having a crisp ceiling.
There’s something so elegant and architectural about the defined lines created by the look of these square Invisibili D8-6046 Recessed Lights.
Nobody ever said recessed lighting had to stay on the ceiling! I love the look of these Orchestra D27/30or Ceiling/Wall Lights lining the walls down this hall. It gives the hallway a modern feel and is a welcomed way of modernizing dark hallways in a post-war cottage like mine.
Talk about out with the old! Modern recessed lighting has a whole new look, like the Baia Low Voltage Recessed Lighting from Leucos. The amoeba like shape of this light and the poured glass diffuser that adds interest to the ceiling.
Who says recessed lighting can’t be dramatic? I think these Skygarden Recessed Lights from FLOS Lighting are absolutely breathtaking. The intricate plaster relief inside these lights is beyond compare. I just can’t stop admiring these!
When recessed lighting gets diffused, it casts a beautiful glow across the ceiling. The Eli – Line Voltage Recessed Lighting spreads it’s ambient illumination through an elegant, frosted-crystal trim.
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