Cassandra Hamilton. Lighting. September 25th , 2018.
Landscape Lighting, although more expensive, has some definite advantages over solar and rope lighting. It is much brighter than solar or rope lighting and can be placed anywhere (lamps do not have to be exposed to the sun to illuminate.) Landscape lighting lamps are typically made of metal to withstand harsh weather although lamps are also available in more economical plastic. Wattages for landscape lamps can range from two to fifty watt bulbs. Lamp styles come in a variety of shapes and styles including small floodlights, spotlights, two and three tier lamps, bollards, lanterns, coach lights, step lights, deck lights, fence and post lights.
Although the original strip light is not known for its aesthetically pleasing qualities, the newer versions of this lighting solution are much classier than the original, retaining their modern look but instead being more delicate and discrete, emitting a more pleasant light. Like the other two types of LED cupboard lights mentioned above, strip lights can be placed on the underside of cabinets to illuminate work surfaces,and can be battery powered or plugged into the mains, depending on the preferences of the homeowner.
Lighting can take many forms in the garden and can be tailored to suit numerous different types of applications. For example, a water feature that would otherwise be invisible to the eye after dark can be transformed by a single underwater spot light, creating an elegant feature that makes a statement at night. Bollards and floor-mounted lights can lead your way along a path at night as well as provide a warm and inviting look for the garden in the evening. Spot lights can light up tree canopies and artwork in the garden. In the case of statues, display pots and other artwork it is preferable to use a spot light from the left and the right side in order to add depth to the piece - a single spot light in the front or from one side tends to create a comparatively 'flat' or two-dimensional look.
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