Imke Delara. Lighting. July 13th , 2017.
Once the layout of the landscape has been established, it is very important to plan the placement of your landscape lighting. Lighting can focus on aspects in your landscape which are special to you, such as garden art, a water feature, or an unusual planting. Create a point of interest by highlighting a particular tree, shrub, or architectural aspect of you landscape with a flood light placed at ground level and focused upward. Combinations of light and shadow can create dramatic effects in complete contrast to the daylight scene. Lighting around pools can create a nice mirroring effect off the water or create a tropical feel. Lighting can hide obvious landscape problems while accentuating positive features. Landscape lighting design is very similar to the design of the landscape itself.
You need bulbs to light your home and you might use a couple of bulbs to light a spacious room. Here you can make a difference to your lighting solution by introducing or adding a ceiling lamp to the room. It could a large and heavily decorated lamp according to the size and furniture in the room.
Do you have an idea where you want to put up your outdoor lights? If not, decide it first. There are number of places where you can decorate the lights with, pathway, trees, entry, statues and balcony are the ideal places. Once you have decided on this, think about the possibilities that may allow you to decorate the lights more creatively. If otherwise, you want the lights to be more functional than creative, pre-planning helps you greatly.
Many home and interior lighting pieces, such as crystal chandeliers, hanging light fixtures, add elegance and a radiant charm to the rooms where they hang. While only used to illuminate the entrance halls and ballrooms in Europe before, and reserved for the use of the wealthy, today you can find them across the U.S. as well.
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