Light Fantastic!· News
With so many colours to choose from we can create a look and feel for any style; from contemporary blue steel white to aqua blue in ponds and warm amber tones for a softer feel, lighting can really transform a garden. Even using a green light on foliage can produce fantastic effects in planting displays.
Thinking about where the light is situated and how the beam will fall is important to maximise the effect and you can go for flood beams that cascade over your features to discreet beams pinpointing those special attractions that play a great part in your garden scene. The wattage controls the brightness of the light, although now L.E.D. has changed this drastically and less power is the name of the game. L.E.D. achieves this and saves on your power bill. Once you have got used to this type of light you will try to spread it over the garden and into the house. It is a higher initial investment that can save your pennies due to its longevity and economy!
From stark trees in winter to their dappled leaves in summer there are many ways to get an exciting effect on your garden features. Once you make a start you may find that the illuminating bug grips you and you continue to think of creative schemes, which you can achieve with this versatile medium.
Painting a scene in the garden is fun and who needs curtains anyway!