Before plunging into buying outdoor lighting, you should consider how you're going to use the lights. Do want to light your path? A feature wall? The possibilities are endless! At Designer Outdoor Lighting we have over 2,000 products which include outdoor lighting for all applications, tastes and budgets. There are a number of ways you can light your garden or if you're still unsure, call us today to see how we can help you.
Path lighting is the most used technique to illuminate pathways and flower beds. Not only is it used for aesthetics, it is a technique that ensures safety at night. Our garden spike lights are the perfect way to light your path at night with the added bonus of looking great by day
Approach Walk Lighting
Approach walk lighting is a series of small lights that subtly highlights a walkway. If positioned closely to a wall, it can also give more presence and enhances the effect of the walkway.
Foot lighting is designed to light the path at a lower position and closer angle. Rather than bright spotlights like Path Lighting, foot lighting offers a calm and gentle light, providing security and a contrast between light and dark on the path.
If your garden has a step, this is an indispensable technique to ensure safety at night. By illuminating the steps, you do not only create an indicator and guide in the dark, but also something that looks timeless. Why not look at out single watt lights and recreate this yourself?
Got a feature wall in your garden? Want to accent your plants? Glazing is the perfect technique to accomplish this. Using our garden spike lights, you have the ability the morst desirable features in your garden.
Down lighting is positioning lights at a high angle, in order create a large area of light. By using Designer Otudoor Lighting's single wall light, not only is it good for lighting large areas but another why you can highlight features in your garden