By Roderiga Merino. Outdoor Lighting. Published at Thursday, August 22nd, 2019 - 18:15:27 PM.
The beauty of outdoor living is that there’s no focus on the perfect table arrangement, it’s all about making memories with your family and friends. Create a corner that’s snug and inviting for everyone and put on a picnic party or birthday bash. Now to introduce some gorgeous garden lighting. Fairy lights are ideal for hanging in trees, wrap the trunks and drape from branches to create a canopy of sparkle. The drinks table is bound to attract a lot of attention so make sure it’s dressed it for the occasion. Keep on theme with pastel decorations and tasty treats too. Candlelight will give off a subtle glow as the evening rolls in, place lanterns around the garden for an extra snug atmosphere. It wouldn’t be a party without music so create a playlist of your summer favourites and let loose in your woodland dance floor!
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.
Trees look terrific when lit from below since the light illuminates the trunk’s texture and adds softness to the foliage. Just make sure you do actually light up the trunk otherwise you get a bit of a ’UFO hovering effect’ when it’s just the foliage that’s lit up.
Contemporary garden lighting is distinct from rustic and traditional lighting. It tends to be sleek and modern, although some styles do hark back to previous decades. You’ll find a number of different elements common with contemporary lighting. Stainless steel housings are very popular today, because they offer outstanding durability and weather resistance, while providing a clean, modern look. Bronze is also popular, as are aluminium and glass.
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