Deciding on a light that illuminates your plants, from the floor or attached to the wall is a way to subtly set the scene. Dim light can be ideal to beautify corners, highlight palm trees or other types of plants, and even illuminate a path.
Placing lights on the wall that create geometric effects is a great way to not only light up evenings in the garden but also style a wall that was perhaps previously empty and white.
Different types of lights vary from format to angle and intensity.
If we want to give our exterior a modern touch, recessed lights are the best option. They are ideal to place in a dry garden, where the stones surround them, on a deck floor, or even attached to a stone wall or that has something that we want to highlight.
An element of decoration and lighting that in recent years is being used more and more, even in public spaces, are those luminous pots. The light does not lose the beauty of the contained plants and is a super aesthetic and functional option.
This is a classic that everyone loves. If we do not want to make large installations outside, a great way to illuminate without losing the charm is a garland of lights. Its intensity varies, which allows us to choose between a dim light that focuses on decorating the environment or opt for a more intense one that gives light. to any corner and you are ready for a celebration.
One of the favorites in the market once the sun goes down they turn on achieving a dim light. Although they are not enough to light up dinner, they can be the best option if we want romantic or relaxing air on the patio. It also allows us to save on electricity bills.
Of course, not everything is dim lighting and decoration, in a garden that we want to use as an environment on summer nights it is important to have a general light that illuminates us enough to see the entire garden. Floodlights, lanterns attached to the wall, or classic reflectors are a great option.