Lighting. Saturday , September 15th , 2018 - 18:37:32 PM
At this stage it's very important to make sure that you are very familiar with every aspect of your garden, especially those parts that you hardly notice during the day. I recommend that you tour your garden a few times in the evening just as its getting dark and use a reasonable powerful portable light or torch to help decide about those garden features you might want to illuminate. As you go round the garden make a list of the types of lighting you will need in all the different areas of your garden. Don't just concentrate on the lighting that's going to create the "wow" factor. Your security and safety lighting is also important.
Walk Over Uplights to light up patios & walkways are a totally different product but are just the same, uplighting! They are installed flush with the ground and can be walked over, highlighting the usable floor area rather than giving a vast amount of light. As well as marking out space with light they are decorative and add an ambience to and outside social area. Backlights are much the same as uplights but smaller and placed from behind features to create interesting shadows. Downlights are really a practical rather than decorative lighting and usually designed to fix on walls and placed to give light to walkways, although they can be used to light up larger activity areas. Many are motion sensitive so just illuminate and area long enough to be able to see the way to tread. Motion sensitive lighting needs to be positioned with thought as placed near trees, the wavering branches can cause them to turn on or flicker. Path lights are usually a low-level lighting with a spreading light marking out pathways and guiding from one place to another. Path lights are available in an array of shapes, colours and sizes and usually come on spikes that can easily be pushed into the ground along side a pathway. If solar lights are used, which are ideal for this purpose, they can be installed in minutes, seconds even!
Wall lights are a type of kitchen lighting fixtures that are typically mounted to the wall. They can take the form of scones matching a pendant, ceiling fixture or a chandelier. They can either deliver task, accent or general lighting. Some of the common locations where wall lights are used include on either sides of a piece of art, a decorative back-splash, or used to create a focal point of a hutch.
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