By Rillia Beck. Outdoor Lighting. Published at Thursday, August 22nd, 2019 - 18:19:33 PM.
I love these little mason jars hanging from mini-shepherd’s hook. You can get the tutorial and make some for yourself at Finding Home. I can totally picture this lighting in a couple of spots around the perimeter and by the stone bench.
While you’ll find conventional lights out there that mount to walls around the deck, or uprights on the deck, there are also styles designed to be mounted to the floor of the deck. These are generally flat in design, with disc-shaped LED lights that emit blue, cool white or warm white light depending on your goals and the overall aesthetic of your outdoor space. Some deck lights can be "daisy chained" together, and then the entire chain can be connected to a power source. There are also solar deck lights on offer if you don’t want to connect to the mains.
The best bit about lighting up your patio or decking area is that it helps blur the line between indoors and outdoors. This not only makes your home feel larger, but also gives you and your family far more living space than in the colder months.
In fact, we are sure there are many sensational scenarios you will be just buzzing to try out. Incidentally, you may be pleased to know that the majority of outdoor illumination these days is of the low voltage variety. Happily, this not only makes the lighting safer to work with but also far less expensive when it comes to your utility bill.
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