Spotlights can help showcase your best landscaping or architectural features, whether it’s a wide beam that spreads across a large area or a narrow light that focuses on only one thing. By spotlighting architectural or design highlights you’ll be able to selectively create accents on one or different parts of your home.
If you have any columns on your home you can highlight them with LED spotlights. Columns that are older are artistically designed to reflect light aesthetically. You’ll need to make sure that the spotlights are positioned properly so that both the lower and the upper parts of the column are illuminated.
Light Up Your Trees
If you have a beautiful tree on your property, make it stand out with LED spotlights. If you choose to highlight only the canopy of a larger tree, it can draw a lot of attention to your home.
If you have a shorter tree that is ornamental, you can enjoy it both by the light of day and in the darker evenings. Tall trees that are narrow can be lit with one spotlight when the light is positioned close to the base of the tree. Note: with most trees, you’ll want to make sure that they are totally revealed to create a strong impact.
Decks and Patios
Position downlights to light up your patio or deck and for a stunning look by mounting the lighting fixture in a tree. This will pick up the light projected around the limbs and leaves, which adds a different dimension to the lighting.
Pools and Ponds
You can light up your pond or pool from either above or under the water. If you are going to be shining a light from above, do your best to find an angle that won’t create a glare or shine in your eyes.
Our LED spotlights are long-lasting lights that provide energy savings while requiring minimal maintenance. They can be used in a variety of applications to highlight landscaping and architectural landmarks on both residential and commercial properties. Find out more about our high quality LED spotlights by visiting adhecogen.com today, or contact us today to learn more.
- By Adhecogen
- Nov 24 2017
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