Published at Thursday, August 22nd, 2019 - 05:26:38 AM. Outdoor Lighting. By Serihilda Ziegler.
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).
Whether it’s a permanent fixture or popped up for a party, gazebos and pergolas are crying out to be lit up! Illuminating your garden structures can create an irresistible living space in seconds. If there is a power source nearby then definitely consider mains garden lights for complete ease of use. We’d always opt for string lights with their durable cables and extendable lengths they’re ideal for wrapping or hanging. Wooden pergolas suit symmetrical lines, gazebo lights work best when hung with a soft drape. When it comes to colours, the contrast between greenery or timber tones and white hues are a match made in heaven which can’t be missed.
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