We started to create our outdoor lighting scheme about 5 years ago. My spouse and I were charmed by the simplicity and beautiful effect or the outdoor lights of a French restaurant in our town. Since that time we have experimented with many different variations of outdoor lighting designs. Our scheme is a work in progress and it gets tweaked each year. Some years we use a lot of string lights while in other years we use spot lights and twinkly lights. We generally tend to stick to white lights although we sometimes use the odd colored spotlight to great success.
Many homeowners wonder how they can revamp their existing landscape, how they can add value to their home without the heavy investment that renovations require. The simplest and most convenient manner in which to do this is to add outdoor lighting fixtures. By emphasizing the most important areas of your yard you can raise the value of your home while also adding to the curb appeal that the exterior of your home has to offer.
Floodlights and spotlights are also quite popular and give off a strong beam of light. Because they are so low to the ground, they work great to accentuate the natural features of trees and shrubs. The only difference between the two is that floodlights have a wide beam, while spotlights have a narrow beam.
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