Published at Tuesday, January 16th, 2018 - 12:55:14 PM. . By Channelle Ribeiro.
Next, choose a focal point for your outdoor living space. You will build your lighting around this, drawing the eye to the most important part of your yard. This might be an outdoor pond, your patio set, or a statue in your garden. Whatever it ism make sure it is lit and in a prominent place.
Floodlights are a useful option to give a little extra illumination to the outside seating areas, steps, driveways and paths. Alternatively, the deck lights can help to mark out a pathway. Accent lights are the best option to add a touch of drama and atmosphere to the garden. They are a nice way to highlight a water feature, sculpture, pond, certain plants or other focal points outside. A single accent light placed under foliage or near a favorite feature gives a focused and intense beam, while a light placed either side of the feature creates the more flattering and soft effect.
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