Outstanding Lighting Ideas To Light Up Your Garden With Style 50
Outstanding Lighting Ideas To Light Up Your Garden With Style 50

20+ Outstanding Lighting Ideas To Light Up Your Garden With Style

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Garden lighting can beautify your outdoor spaces and allow you to use them as an extension of your home. I decorated my outdoor space with this in mind. I kept the style modern. With the project being, potentially, an expensive undertaking, I used different solutions to stay on budget. Below, find out what affordable garden lighting ideas I used in my garden to avoid breaking the bank.

First, considering I had my outdoor dining room and living room sheltered from the elements, I installed a wired chandelier. I found it on sale at a discount department store and thought that it would add a lot of style and soft light to the space. In addition to the chandelier, I attached tube lighting around the perimeter of the area; it gave off just the right amount of light to create a relaxing vibe.

There are many solar garden lighting ideas that can be used around your property and installed extremely economically. Solar powered lights come in many different materials; from stainless steel to durable plastics. You can find all types of solar powered lighting; lanterns, twinkle lights, stepping stones and light bulbs, just to name a few. Seeing as they work entirely on solar power, no electrician is needed! In my yard, I attached solar garden lights around the deck to various posts. Some were simple ball lights while others were lanterns. Attaching them to a fixture is easy to do with plastic ties, wire or even a fishing line. I decorated my shrubs with star lights, which were also solar-powered. They added instant glamor and romance to the area. I also created an elegant pathway that led from the deck to the gate using solar accent stepping stone lights. They look incredible, especially at night, and also serve as a safety feature. At my gated entrances I installed hanging lanterns on either side; they made a real visual impact.

One of the more expensive purchases I made was a spot light. I installed it under my willow tree to accent its beauty. It lights up a good portion of the yard allowing my family to enjoy late night games of volleyball and bocce. I ran wire under the ground for this light, but you could easily find a solar powered spot light to save time and money.

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