uplighter

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uplighter

(ˈʌpˌlaɪtə)
n
a lamp or wall light designed or positioned to cast its light upwards
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uplighter

n (= light)Wandfluter m
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Both were told in no uncertain terms they could not use coloured LED uplighters to brighten up their frontages by Conwy council as they are in a conservation area.
Try floor-based uplighters or wallmounted downlighters on either side of the front door.
For an affordable and very unique touch, place uplighters by the edges of your curtains, which will light up the ceiling.
The front of the building would have what is described as a "modern interpretation of a classic portico," lit by uplighters to create a sense of arrival.
ambient lighting WORKs best - wall-mounted and table lamps create pools of light whilst uplighters will illuminate the room gently.
There, a vaulted ceiling with exposed oak beams and trusses has spotlights and uplighters connected to the programmable mood lighting system.
Uplighters can be used to pick out individual shrubs and trees and give a variety of effects.
Opti-tec 4210 is ideal for the potting and protection of LED lighting projects, including LED tracks, arrays and luminaires, and protection of electronics located outside or likely to be walked on, such as uplighters, exits on airplanes, theatres and similar.
If you have any unusual trees or plants, think about highlighting them with uplighters to add some ambience.
The high-vaulted pitched timber beams and panelled ceiling make a feature in their own right, with directable spotlights, wall uplighters and pendant lighting bringing atmosphere to the room.
Wall lights, uplighters, downlighters, candles and for the ultimate in extravagance chandeliers, all have their own distinctive style of light and they all benefit from the ability to create a feeling of warmth.