By Sharon. Outdoors. Published at Friday, February 23rd, 2018 - 05:20:24 AM.
When looking around, you will find that there are a good many styles from tall and skinny to short and wide to everything in between. Many post light mirror the classical look of the Victorian age style of lighting, including some hanging-lantern style. You will also find some modern and futuristic styles, like light-houses or saucer-shapes.
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.
Sconce and Covered Lighting, what do we mean by sconce and covered lighting? Anything that falls under the eve of your home, would be covered lighting. If you are wanting to light a sconce, probably beside your front door, you have lots of options. There are incandescent light bulbs, halogen and compact fluorescent options. It is important to measure the space you have inside the fixture.
I also want to emphasize that the lighting effects between solar post lights and the traditional lights are very different. They are even cost effective. They can also be found in many different sizes and colors. Cause of their special design they can also withstand harsh weather conditions.
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