By Serihilda Ziegler. Outdoor Lighting. Published at Thursday, August 22nd, 2019 - 18:16:02 PM.
Another idea is mounting the fixture on some kind of post. These are often referred to as pier mount lights, because they’re created for piers and columns. This light fixture makes the stone or brick pier stand out, potentially making it the accent piece of the yard.
Buy lighting fixtures which are hooded so that you can be directional with the light and avoid ’washing’ over an unnecessarily large area. Get three lights and circle them around the tree, rather than have them all illuminating the front. Note too that placing uplighters in trees also adds more of a sense of height to a space.
Look for multi-coloured string lights to add a touch of whimsy to your events, or go for paper lanterns that add flair (note that paper lanterns will need to be taken down when the gathering is done, and are not suited for damp weather). Coloured rope lights can be wrapped around posts and other upright structures for fun and light, and fairy lights are always a nice touch to garden parties.
They’re an ideal option for pairing with solar technology due to their low power consumption, which can add hours of use time. These lights also last far longer than conventional incandescent or halogen bulbs, allowing you to get the most out of your investment. LED garden lighting can be found in many formats, as well, ranging from string lights and rope lights to spot lights and stake lights.
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