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8 Dramatic Landscape Lighting Effects And How To Use Them

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If you want to set up some dramatic lighting in your garden but you’re not sure how, this list of landscape lighting effects is sure to give you some ideas.

8 Landscape Lighting Effects and How To Use Them | Whether you're looking for DIY landscape lighting ideas for your front yard, backyard or walkway, this list will help! It shows you lots of ways to use both low voltage and solar lights in your garden or patio.
8 Landscape Lighting Effects and How To Use Them

This is the second of three posts on landscape lighting and this week’s topic is all about different types of landscape lighting effects and how to use them.

It seems like a lot of people love the look of landscape lighting but just aren’t sure how to go about getting that look for their own garden.

To help with that, this week’s post will go through a lot of the common outdoor lighting techniques, so you can get some ideas for your own yard. Then the next post in the series will go through the process of creating your lighting plan so that you can actually make it a reality!

And if you missed it, you might also want to check out the first post in the series, which covered different types of lighting you can use in your garden.

Keep reading to see our landscape lighting effects…and how to use them…

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  1. Elaine Lyons
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    Love your ideas, Wanda. Lighting is an effective way to take a garden day into the nite. Love the way you lit the arbor. Very beautiful.

    • Wanda
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      Thanks, Aunt Elaine! That arbor light was a happy accident…I had strung the wire over the arbor because I needed some lights on the other side of the path and that kept the wire off the walkway. Since it was up there, I decided to try adding a light to it just to see what it looked like, and I thought it turned out pretty well, too :)

  2. Elaine Lyons
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    I love those accidents. They are the serindipities that make creativity so much fun and make us look good.

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