When it starts to get dark many of us are driven inside from our porches, patios or decks. You don’t’ have too with outdoor lighting that can lengthen the day and dramatically extend the potential of our outdoor living spaces. Adding solar lighting can make it even easier.
Just as you would stage the interior of a home with simple furniture, stage the front porch with nice lawn furniture that can either be returned, sold or used again after you sell the house. Focus on making the front porch an inviting entranceway to the home.
Another popular type of lighting is deck lights. These lights are small and are built directly into your deck. You can have them placed low on the bottom of benches or built into stair to provide a safe illumination at night.
Water Features – A water feature can be as simple as a small container filled with water and a few plants, to something complicated like a large pond, with fish, water lilies, bridges, and fountains. It really comes down to how much time and money you’re willing to spend, and how much space you have in your garden. But even a small fountain can greatly enhance your garden.
Another great thing about solar camping lanterns is you can use them all around your home, garden, patio, garage, or anywhere you want light but don’t want mess with wires. There are many types of Solar Christmas Lights that can be used for camping even if that is not their original design. Think outside the box! In addition, other solar items will be covered in these articles that make camping better.
Evergreen shrubs – You just need them in your garden, if you want it to be special and notable. Shrubs are an important part of the structure in any garden. They create its outlines in a very aesthetic way.
They are energy efficient and work automatically. You don’t have to think twice about how long they have been on because they are budget friendly. This is one good way to cut your budget and save on utility bills. Relax comfortably while the lights are on and you know you aren’t paying anything. Getting things free can be a good feeling but getting free lighting is something else.