Your patio may be pretty but it will definitely look lonely at night without some light to showcase its beauty in the dark. So in this article, we’ve listed 5 lighting ideas you can try so that your patio still gets the appreciation it warrants even at night.
As quaint as it sounds, lamp posts add an idyllic touch to your outdoor lighting design. So even during the day, you’ll get an impressive outdoor structure that holds its own.
Inject a sense of fun and endless summers with tiki torches in your yard. With this lighting style you’ll always feel that the party is just about to get started.
One unconventional way of lighting your outdoors is by painting some glow-in-the-dark colors on your patio surface and plant containers. Not only will you save money on electricity and bulbs, you’ll also make your yard gain interesting curb points and appeal.
A Faux Firepit
Now, why did we say faux? Because instead of lighting a firepit, you can simply wrap around string lights on wood and let it be lit the entire night. No fire, just the right amount of light to make you appreciate the beauty of your outdoors at night. You can also wrap it around tree barks.
Who said chandeliers are only reserved for grand ballrooms? Whether it’s using light bulbs, solar-powered or the old-fashioned candles, chandeliers make for an interesting yet quaint lighting option. Like the lamp post, a chandelier transforms into a unique outdoor décor during the day.
Whichever lighting structure you pick, just make sure that it’ll answer your lighting needs.
If you’re still unsure of your lighting options, call Sugarland Patio and let our lighting experts help you with our free, no-obligation consultation.
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