Molding and Lighting
Your home is like a blank canvas. Picasso started with a blank canvas and with imagination and the right tools, he was able to create beautiful art like the Le Gourmet. Choosing lighting for your home is as personal choosing colors for a painting, and without the paint, there would forever be a blank canvas. Pretend for a moment that you have gone back to the 1880s and are choosing the first colors to create a masterpiece.
What kind of mood do you want to create? Questions to ask yourself include: How do you want to feel when you come home from a long day at work? Home with a date? Are you studying for a big exam? Lighting is the key to a successful room and while light from the sun and moon are continually changing it is essential to ensure a consistent form of lighting in your house molding with indirect lighting is an excellent solution to common lighting problems.
Lighting solution for any room.
Indirect lighting is the perfect way to illuminate any room in your home. By eliminating glare on television and computer screens, indirect lighting is a great choice even for the office. Working at the computer is tiring for the eyes, and it is crucial to have adequate lighting not further to strain your eyes. Battling vision problems with the computer or television can be eliminated with indirect lighting. This change in the way you illuminate your space could be the answer to all your vision troubles.
San Francisco L4 molding + San Francisco L3 molding + San Francisco L1 molding combination
San Francisco L2 molding + San Francisco L3 molding combination
San Francisco L1 molding + San Francisco L3 molding + combination
San Francisco L3 molding for lighting
San Francisco L4 molding + San Francisco L1 molding combination
This creative combination of molding for indirect lighting is assembled to create a modern crown molding treatment. Two of the moldings for indirect lighting are installed on the wall and one on the ceiling.
San Francisco L3 molding + combination;
creative San Francisco molding combinations
San Francisco L4 molding + San Francisco L3 molding + San Francisco L2 molding + San Francisco L1 molding combination; Atherton Modern baseboard
Contemporary living room decor featuring Sunrise molding and LED lighting;
Molding for indirect lighting is the most popular solution for lighting home theaters, entertainment rooms, or a newly renovated basement/recreational room. As families grow, there becomes an increased need for space. Creating a new space by renovating an old basement is becoming a popular solution! Lighting a basement is difficult because basements lack windows and natural light. Turning an empty storage space into a movie theater or playroom for your children has never been easier.
With elegant molding and lighting, you can make any space fun and relaxing. With delightful indirect lighting, you and your family can relax and enjoy a movie while still having a safely illuminated passage to the bathroom or the kitchen. Children are continually getting hurt even after parents warnings to stop running or playing inside the house. Parents no longer have to worry about children tripping in a dark room and do not have to sacrifice safety to enjoy a film. It is no longer necessary to leave the bathroom light on so that on snack breaks, you can safely find your way to the kitchen.
Indirect lighting provides a balance between lighting a passage, setting, and atmosphere of romance, or keeping a light on while still getting scared from a horror movie. Ingenious indirect lighting is the result of human longing for uniqueness and new technology. Our new line of molding allows installation not only on the ceiling but on the door, baseboard, and floor surface.
Calabasas molding + large Calabasas molding + LED lighting shown installed as door trim
Calabasas molding + large Calabasas molding + LED lighting shown installed as a baseboard treatment.
Changing the brightness of light that reflects from the floor, wall, and ceiling affects our visual perception of space proportions. That is why by installing molding with indirect lighting that directs light upwards to the ceiling or washes down the wall can correct the visual dimensions and volume of your space. A lot of interior designers are using it as a powerful tool in contemporary residential and commercial projects to make the ceiling appear higher, expend the walls while creating inviting interiors that entice.
You now have the freedom to be creative, throw out your old table lamps dust off your floor, and install your new lights! Your friends will be wowed at the effects of indirect lighting and the beautiful effects it creates when installed in conjunction with our decorative moldings.
The Calabasas molding concept, designed by top designer Ulf Moritz, consists out of 2 modernist profiles (ODC373 and ODC374). The installation of one or more of these profiles strengthens the existing architecture of your interior. These moldings are made of a higher density polyurethane material, which makes them not only suitable for walls and ceilings but also as a baseboard.
Navy blue contemporary room setting featuring Calabasas molding + large Calabasas molding + Hillsboro trim molding + LED lighting
Calabasas molding + large Calabasas molding + LED lighting
Multifunctional molding profiles shown installed in a variety of ways with LED lighting, providing a subtle illumination to a space.
Calabasas molding + large Calabasas molding + Hillsboro trim molding + LED lighting
Cool wall embellishment concept featuring Calabasas moldings as chair rail, above the baseboard and as cornice for indirect lighting, highlighting Belvedere cove molding.
In a room, the use of light through lighting is without question a significant way to create visual impact, create a mood, or spotlight details of interest. Coming in various hues and intensity, light works hand in hand with the mind to promote certain feelings of wellbeing and mood. With this knowledge, it becomes possible to manipulate the human mood and energy in an environment through the manipulation of light.
Lovely bedroom deign featuring headboard created of Calabasas molding + large Calabasas molding + LED lighting
Modern interior featuring Aventura molding with LED lighting
Creating exciting and custom look with creative use of indirect lighting just became much easier with the new line of molding explicitly designed for lighting containment and distribution, featuring cornice and crown molding, baseboard, door trim, L-shaped molding for spotlighting and multi-functional profiles.
The crown molding for indirect lighting selection includes a wide variety of shapes and sizes. From concise and modern Sunrise molding to the large and elegant Sunnyvale molding for indirect lighting.
Crown molding for indirect lighting is made from fantastic high-density furniture grade polyurethane and comes primed and ready to paint. This elegant lighting up-grade is both affordable and time efficient. By spending one weekend at home, you can create the perfect setting for holiday parties. This small lighting upgrade can flatter any space and make older rooms look new. It has never been easier to illuminate your home!
modern bathroom decor with Sunrise molding and indirect lighting
If you are looking for a slightly different shape, the Pacifica molding for lighting is a great option! Its elegant curved profile brings sophistication to any interior. This molding profile is a contemporary classic that feels just as much at home in all interiors styles, serving them with tasteful LED light.
If a ceiling lacks in height, here is an example of a crown molding application that adds an airy feel to a room and makes the ceiling appear higher. The Sunnyvale crown molding, that is well suited for the high ceilings, when flipped and attached to the ceiling surface proves to be perfect for the interiors with lower ceilings, while creating a "floating" effect.
Contemporary space designed with Sunnyvale molding and indirect lighting and Hillsboro trim molding + LED lighting
At only 3" high the Mountain View, Aventura, and Fort Lauderdale molding profiles are especially good to use on low ceilings. These moldings were successfully incorporated into the modern interiors; but because of their unobtrusive profiles, they are well suited for the most traditional homes as well.
The eye-catching Fort Lauderdale molding adds beautiful curvature to the ceiling landscape.
tray ceiling decor with Fort Lauderdale crown molding and indirect lighting
Contemporary dining room design with Fort Lauderdale crown molding and indirect lighting
As everyone's favorite, the large Aventura molding can create a tray ceiling effect with its large projection of over 6". This fine shadow line Aventura molding delivers an unexpected floating effect. This crown molding profile will modernize any interior. With its modern and austere lines, this reference subtlety combines beauty and functionality.
Modern bathroom design featuring large Aventura molding with indirect lighting
Beautiful modern living room decor with large Aventura molding with indirect lighting
Contemporary dining room design with Mountain View molding and indirect lighting
Berkeley L-molding for spotlighting. This molding profile makes adding lighting to any ceiling a quick and easy task; in addition, it can be used for tray ceiling creation and pipe concealment.
L-molding installation can be simple, affordable, and done over the weekend. A great advantage to using L-Molding is to cover up unsightly exposed pipes. By simply covering a wall pipe up, you can leave a plumber out of your renovation and keep your goal of transforming your home in one single weekend. L-molding is an excellent choice for home restoration.
One downfall to home renovation in large old homes is covering up unexpected old piping. With L-molding, this is no longer a problem. Tray ceilings add extra dimension and an extra layer that opens up the opportunity for creative design work.