Outside lights are essential to extend the enjoyment of your garden past dusk. The main areas we light up are adjacent to the house. Then, depending on the size of your garden, some key features, such as a tree or sculpture, to add height and depth to the nighttime landscape.
Most of time, the outdoor lighting will be seen from inside so we make sure the features we light up will be visible from inside. Instead of drawing the curtains at dusk you will find your self Instead, looking out at beautifully lit garden that becomes a magical kingdom of silhouettes and shadows.
To light up paths and walkways to safely walk around the property
To allow the garden to be used at night to extending your enjoyment of the outdoor living space after dark
To light up key features in the garden allowing the landscape to be admired from both inside and outside the house
To discourage people entering the property uninvited
Up lighting focuses light and attention on an feature from a low fixed location. The feature can be a shrub, tree or architectural feature like a gazebo, arbour or sculpture. Architectural and landscape elements such as buildings, walls, fences and pergolas become dramatic features when illuminated from below. Especially when the light sources is hidden using planting.
Spot lighting using a strong, narrowly focused beam of light to highlight sculptures, statues, address number signs, landscape features
up/down lighting is used to frame garden rooms and house entrance Lighting Effects
Path lighting direct illumination downward and outward.
we fit fixtures along paths, stairs and anywhere else that safe night access is required. The fittings are disguised by the hedging.
String lights can be wrapped around trees, hung on a garden wall or be used over head to bring a room like feeling to patios, seating and dining areas in large or small scale gardens
Back lighting is used to create a glow around an object by projecting a light onto the back of it. Most of the direct light is blocked from view by the object itself, but some of the light flows around to outline the object with a “glowing” effect.
Shadowing lighting differs from back lighting, as the light is not pointing directly at the object, but instead by illuminating objects in front a wall using a wide flood This causes objects in front of the lighting to appear as silhouettes. This works well for generating a large shadow or silhouette of a sculpture or plant on a wall.
Underwater Lighting of ponds can add a dramatic effect. , fountains and waterfalls especially when fitted under moving water you get a dancing flame effect, lighting a pond from above and that way you will create a mirror effect casting beautiful reflections of surrounding plants of feature.
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