When it comes to lighting your Outdoor room what are your options? Let us break it down for you to what's available and how to best use them.
Outdoor lighting provides the key to expanding your living and enjoying these spaces even after dark. Create a beautiful, natural piece of artwork that will allow you to entertain or relax in whilst also offering safety and security.
No matter what plants you have in your garden, we have a lighting solution for you.
As Spring takes hold of us and nature awakens, its time start to thinking more about our gardens and reconnecting with the outside world.
There are a variety of ways to add drama to your outdoor space, no matter its size.
To ensure you’ll still be able to see your beautiful surroundings, think outside the square and pick out some creative outdoor lighting solutions like these ...
The garden at night is a world away from its prosaic daytime self, a place of mystery and excitement, of intrigue and entertainment.
Garden Lighting is about creating ambience and ensuring your outdoor spaces are just as appealing at night as they are during the day.
Garden lighting serves multiple purposes. Illuminating pathways, decks, and porches makes them safer to navigate and deters would-be intruders.
Are you trying to attract more attention to your business? Have you thought about using exterior lighting to do this?
To help us appreciate all the different seasons that mother nature has to offer, good lighting is a key design tool that helps us create depth and interest into a space long after the sun has gone down.
Here are a few key points to help you start designing your new alfresco area
Have you ever felt that you have to rush and go indoors instead of enjoying the beautiful breezy outdoors during late evenings just because it is dark and you don’t have sufficient lighting?
Lighting adds another dimension to an outdoor space, creating a totally different view of the garden at night and making the space usable and visible throughout the year.
Overall this garden has been lite using only 41W. Even at today's power prices you won't feel bad leaving it on!
To get the most out of your patio you will need the correct lighting, especially if you plan on using it a lot at night time.
We have just installed an RGB (colour changing) spot light at our display centre.