Garden Lighting Design Ideas for Your Home
Garden Lighting Design Ideas and Tips – A house with a garden in the front yard will look very beautiful and comfortable place to enjoy with family or enjoyed alone when his body is already bored tired and tired because of busy or everyday problems. By looking at the park we can feel relaxed relaxed and your mind becomes fresh again. Design a beautiful garden in front of the house to support the design excellence of our homes, but if it was night, the park we will not be visible and can not be enjoyed. Therefore, the garden should be given a decorative lights throughout the park that can be enjoyed at night, even with the lights on the park, the park will be more beautiful than during daytime.
Garden lighting design tips
1. Determine the direction of the light beam
Rays of lights can be adjusted according to taste, if anyone would seek to excel in a garden you, then Highlight the lights in that area, for example, say you have a water fountain in the form of unique and beautiful to look at, then Highlight the lights on the fountain the. The arrangement also lights to be adjusted to shape the park, so that the atmosphere at night to be perfect with a lovely garden with lights.
2. Use a small voltage
to maintain the safety of your family, use a small voltage to light the lamp in the park, especially if the garden close to the swimming pool, the electric current security must be guaranteed.
3. Using a lamppost or not
When you park a lot of tall trees planted should use lampposts for lighting to be more comprehensive, but if a small flower garden just enough light so small lights mounted on the twigs of the plant.
4. Adjust the park with the concept of home
Home form and shape of the park must be matched so that the lights will be a complement to the beauty of the overall design of the house.
From some pictures below hopefully there is one that you can emulate, or if you prefer to design your own then the picture above will be an additional inspiration and come up with ideas that pent of your mind.
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