I'm in the process of remodelling my flat in a converted victorian school in Glasgow. I've taken down a plasterboard (drywall) dividing wall between the living room and kitchen to open the space up and stripped back all the plasterboard covering up the blonde sandstone on one of the walls. The wall is 8 meters long and has 4 widows in it. I am wanting to add some feature light to the bits of wall between the windows, I was originally thinking of downlight but the wall above the window level is red brick (and not the sexy old warehouse style of red brick) whilst everything else is sandstone, I'd rather illuminate the sandstone so was thinking of recessing lights in the floor angled to light the wall.
I am putting in a new floor which will be approximately 10cm above the original floor so have space to recess the light fitment without too much hassle.
I have a bunch of Phillips Hue colour GU10 bulbs which I'd happily use for the job but need to find fitments that are recessed and allow a bit of a tilt to angle the bulb to the wall rather than just straight up the way. Alternatively, if anyone has any other suggestions for recessed floor light fitments I'd be happy to hear them obviously