Here is a Landscape Lighting Plan provided by WAC Lighting. You can see that it has longer runs. With LED, you don’t have to worry about voltage drop. Continue reading
Deck and patio lights, path and spread lights are decorative, but the point of accent and in-ground landscape lighting is the light. You shouldn’t really notice the fixtures at all, just the effect they create. Continue reading
There are three ways to make the most of any water feature you have; reflecting, highlighting or underwater lighting.
Reflecting with Landscape Lighting
If you have still water, a pool or a pond, use lighting to create a reflection on the water. Reflecting or mirroring can be really dramatic. Use the accent spots and spreads to light what you want reflected. Continue reading
Any do-it-yourselfer can install 12 volt landscape lighting. What makes it look professional is a great lighting plan.
The first step to create a landscape lighting plan is to draw a sketch or map of your yard. Continue reading
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Deck, Step and Bench Landscape Lighting
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Have you ever been to the Rainforest Café restaurants? They have these amazing star ceilings. I’ve seen beautiful star ceilings in other restaurants, too. They are in quite a few design books. Continue reading
Oriental Outdoor Lighting & Oriental Landscape Lighting: Photos from Fine Art Lamps Black & White Story Collection, Fine Art Lamps Singapore Moderne Collection, Uttermost Cantello Bamboo Glass Buffet Lamp, Fire Farm Tokyo Table Lamp, Fine Art Fusion Collection, Fire Farm Kyoto Ceiling Pendants in 3 Pendant Configuration and more… Continue reading
Landscape lighting isn’t just a Spring project. The longest night of the year is December 21/22. It is dark already when you come home and often still dark when you leave in the morning. Here are some ideas for outdoor lighting for safety and security that are easy to install and don’t use a lot of electricity to operate.
Create a landscape lighting plan. Draw a sketch or map of your yard.
Be sure to position fixtures so lights won’t shine into people’s eyes, into windows or into other people’s yards. Continue reading