Published at Thursday, August 22nd, 2019 - 05:25:18 AM. Outdoor Lighting. By Roderiga Merino.
Place the uplights behind the shrubs or plants. Ideally, if they’re nestled in mulch beds then hide the above-ground lights in these to make the display look neater. Place the outdoor pretty far apart too so that you get pools of light rather than a continuous flood of brightness.
Remember too that by adding exterior lighting to your garden at night you’re not trying to emulate the beauty and colours of the garden as they appear in daylight. Instead, you’re attempting to bring into focus a ’different’ garden. By this we mean there will be far more contrasts and a mix of both shadowed silhouettes and highlighted features. In this way, your garden becomes more of a mysterious place at night.
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