Published at Thursday, August 22nd, 2019 - 06:27:27 AM. Outdoor Lighting. By Rillia Beck.
Floodlights (with a typical light width expanse of 40 feet) are better for tall trees (up to five bulbs of around 50 watts each). Bullet lights and spot lights have a narrow field and are therefore better for shorter trees (trees which are less than 20 feet tall only need a couple of 20 watt uplighters).
Pretty in pastel! While mixing patterns and colours is a fun way to add depth, working in a similar colour is more calming and looks less busy. Our favourite colour scheme for the summer party season has to be pastels, especially Pantone’s Pink Icing and Petit Four. Think pom poms, paper lanterns and picnic blankets. The soft colours compliment each other with ease and the neutral creams balance out the delicate pinks and blues. Contrasting with the rich greenery, pastel colours really pop. They are perfectly paired with warm white garden lights to create an outdoor living room effect which is always sought after. A combination of lanterns and sparkly fairy lights on all levels are ideal for illuminating your festivities whether it’s a picnic or alfresco banquet!
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