Published at Thursday, August 22nd, 2019 - 05:59:16 AM. Outdoor Lighting. By Rillia Beck.
And talking of ’moonlight’, it’s possible to attain this ’cool light’ effect by using LED white bulbs of 4100 kelvins or more. These have a ’blue’ tinge to them whereas for a ’warm, cosy’ light you’d be looking at using 2700 kelvins, with their ’yellowish’ tinge. Warm bulbs in the form of downlighting has been attached to the underside of the top wooden fencing of the following decking railing to ’wash’ the boards with light. At the same time it guides the visitor towards the decking area.
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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