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Creative Outdoor Lighting

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Creative outdoor lighting can considerably enhance the look of your outdoors adding an interesting touch design-wise as well as illuminate certain parts of the landscape. There are many outdoor lighting fixtures out there beside standard lamp poles and built-in lights. Forms, shapes, colors and materials vary so much you can choose anything you like for your outdoors design. There are also multifunctional outdoor pieces of furniture or accessories with built-in lighting so be sure to take advantage of it if needed.

Creative Outdoor Lighting

You can illuminate your outdoors with quickly-shaped lighting fixtures to add a unique look to your exterior design. These can be placed near the house walls, on decks and patios, trees, tables, fences, and even ground. You can also choose the level of illumination, from LED lights to artificial fire it all depends on how bright or subdued you want your outdoor light to be.

You can also use colorful lights to jazz up your outdoors. From LED tables to tree lamps opt for a range of colors that make an interesting combination together. Think of it as the color scheme in your interior. Go with colors that nicely contrast each other rather than the complementary ones.

If you must use spotlights or projectors in your landscape you can still decorate your outdoor lounge or eating area with some creative and unusual lights. They can be placed on the tree near the sitting area, on the table, or ground around the area you want to illuminate.

Creative outdoor lighting is great for gardens, patios, decks and porches. Replace ordinary outdoor lanterns with some creative lights and your porch or patio will get an instant makeover. It can be a floor lamp, colorful table lights, or pendant lamps that are available in various shapes, colors, and materials.

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Mona Liz

I am an interior design and fashion enthusiast with a passion for writing, gathering up interesting/alternative home design ideas. I love lofts, canopy beds, fluffy throws and rugs, but also cats, food, and video games.

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