By Rillia Beck. Outdoor Lighting. Published at Thursday, August 22nd, 2019 - 18:33:18 PM.
Patio lighting can be as simple as a couple of tiki torches, or as elegant as strings of lights suspended from posts over the patio area. Look for lights that are easy to install (plug and play) and that are rated for excellent weather resistance. Ideally, the lights can remain up all year long without suffering damage. However, be aware that some styles of patio lighting are only designed for use in good weather, and must be taken down during the winter, or when the weather turns foul.
Lighting has more of an impact than you may think. It’s no longer just a safety element, it’s a decorative element. With different styles, sizes, colors, and placements, lighting fixtures have the ability to make a difference in the home’s appearance.
Lighting can make time spent on the porch more enjoyable. For those cloudy days you’d like to spend outside or a beautiful summer night, let porch lighting provide the brightness that the sky lacks. One of the best options is an outdoor fan light, ideal for both cooling down and brightening the porch space.
From pontoons to private courtyards, you can add ambience even without a power point. Line paths with festoons and team with lanterns at floor level. For use night after night, plump for outdoor battery lights with a timer function for the ultimate in low maintenance. For warmer climates then it’s worth taking a peek at some solar garden lights as an even more eco-friendly option.
Any content, trademark’s, or other material that might be found on the sonadei website that is not sonadei’s property remains the copyright of its respective owner/s. In no way does sonadei claim ownership or responsibility for such items, and you should seek legal consent for any use of such materials from its owner.