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Outdoor Lighting

March 18th, 2009 · No Comments · Outdoor Lighting

With Spring arriving this week it makes us all think about heading outdoors and enjoying the great outdoors. One great way to improve on your surroundings is by adding or updating your outdoor lighting.

Outdoor Light Fixtures

Outdoor lighting comes in many shapes and sizes. Fixtures from wall, post, hanging and ceiling are all great options to improve your home’s exterior. Check out this dark sky ADA compliant bronze wall light from Hinkley Lighting.
Hinkley ADA Outdoor Wall Light

Landscape Lights

No landscaping project is complete without the use of landscape lighting. It can be used to accent areas of special interest such as porches, trees and plants. Many solutions work for small areas and allow for task lighting in key areas around a home. This copper path light adds extra flair to any garden.Copper Path Light

Green

To reduce waste, consider using timers, motion detectors and remote controls. Also look for Energy Star compact fluorescent lights like the one below. As you can see the look of them have come a long way in the past 10 years. This one from Trans Globe Lighting comes in a nice bronze finish.
Trans Globe Energy Star Wall Light

Flood Lights

As mentioned in an earlier post, no lighting related subject is safe. While we prefer to focus on decorative lighting, a post on outdoor lighting wouldn’t be complete without mentioning flood lights. They typically provide a high-intensity light in that can be spread into a large physical space. They are great for outdoor sporting events and functions that require more light that the typical accent light can project.

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