How can I add spotlights that works!

Ali Rashidy9 June

Hey fellow designers, this is my first experience with Hoimestyler and I'm trying to re-design my apartment. 

I'm stuck for a long time adding spotlights, the only one available is "LED Spotlight" but it has to either be out of the ceiling or it will mess up the light. 

I see that there're many designs with Spotlights that are beautiful like Open Space modern 85.34 by Neila Lanfranconi


Can someone please help me add spotlights? Thanks! 


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    Ana Paula Castro13 June
    Did you try the first one, It's not for floor as said. It's ceiling light.@ Ali Rashidy
    Thanks! but sadly this is all I get.
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    Ana Paula Castro13 June
    Yes. You are right. Did you try 3dbrute or 3dsky? Maybe you will find there.@ Ali Rashidy
    Thanks! but sadly this is all I get.
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    Ali Rashidy13 June
    Thanks! but sadly this is all I get.@ Ana Paula Castro
    If you search for "spotlight" at the catalog, you will find nice ones.
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    Ana Paula Castro12 June
    If you search for "spotlight" at the catalog, you will find nice ones.@ Ali Rashidy
    Thanks for your response, I added "virtual light sources" because I didn't find more ready-made lighting models that are basically spotlights. I want to add lights that similar to the ones used in this design for example, what would be the best way to achieve it?
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    Ali Rashidy11 June
    Thanks for your response, I added "virtual light sources" because I didn't find more ready-made lighting models that are basically spotlights. I want to add lights that similar to the ones used in this design for example, what would be the best way to achieve it?@ Homestyler Official
    Hi you could add "virtual light sources" if you are not satisfied with the ready-made lighting model. So when you go into "customize lights" in rendering interface, you will find the option.
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    Homestyler Official10 June
    Hi you could add "virtual light sources" if you are not satisfied with the ready-made lighting model. So when you go into "customize lights" in rendering interface, you will find the option.
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