Although this photo is blurry I wanted you to know that above the Fireplace in the Family Room the piece of artwork "rolls up" to reveal a hidden televison; the recessed lighting that illuminates the artwork is independently controlled for television viewing. It is nice to not see the television when it is not being used and enjoy an illuminated piece of artwork instead.Family RoomFamily RoomBar
This is the Bar located in the Family Room where we illuminated a beautiful amber onyx sink from below using a very simple light source that makes a dramatic effect.Billiard RoomBilliard RoomBilliard Powder RoomKitchenDining RoomHallway to Guest
This photo shows a variety of lighting: where the barrel vault starts a recessed channel hides linear "cove" lighting that gives a warm glow up on the ceiling; the recessed light fixtures located at the apex of the ceiling provide art accent lighting as well as ambient lighting shining down on the limestone floor; at the end of the Hallway located in the cabinetry that houses decorative glass sculptures and vases, there is vertically mounted on each side hidden linear lighting that makes the whole interior glow, showing off the art glass within; the ceiling mounted semi flush decorative light fixtures provides general lighting while camouflaging the recessed lighting located down the middle.Guest BathroomGuest BesdroomGuest VestibulePowder RoomHer Closet
You can see that in Her Closet we used a variety of lighting sources: located inside the hanging clothes cabinets are full spectrum fluorescent lighting (to see the color accurately, with no damaging ultra-violet or heat); located above and under the cabinetry at the door is linear lighting for not only task but reflective ambient lighting, the recessed lighting completes the general lighting for the space. This is a Closet fit for a Queen.