More and more, we are seeing homeowners extending their living space by creating an outdoor area for entertaining family and/or friends or just for yourself. We are seeing everything from firepits to outdoor kitchens to a variety of furniture options helping to create your very own oasis.
A great way to enhance your outdoor oasis is lighting. Lighting can do so many things for your outdoor space including enhancing aesthetics and improving security. It can accent certain features of your space and it can improve safety in the dark by illuminating pathways to move around.
This article from HomeZada shares 8 options to help enhance your outdoor oasis with lighting. Enjoy the article and give me a call if you have questions or for help with any of your real estate needs.
Today’s outdoor areas are extensions of our homes, complete with furniture for dining and lounging as well as cooking amenities. Here are the benefits of outdoor lighting as well as a few recommended lighting suggestions to help you make the most of these areas day and night.
Your home’s energy and natural beauty are enhanced by outside lighting. It draws attention to attractive details, lights up walkways, and produces a warm, comforting aesthetic.
Think about all the aspects of outdoor lighting that merit your attention. Do you have a lovely tree in your backyard? Light it up. Does your patio have any appealing architectural features? Use accent lighting outside to draw attention to them.
Did you toil hard in a lovely garden? Path lights should illuminate the way. With underwater LEDs, you may also capture the romantic beauty of a pool or other water feature at night.
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