DIY Antique Outdoor Lighting

Published On August 25, 2017 | By jordan | Outdoor Lighting

Antique outdoor lighting – A wide range of specialty outdoor lighting products are available, making the only limit is your own imagination. Buy any major DIY retailer or garden supply store to find lighting that will meet your needs with style. A few ideas and some basic tools are all you need to create your own special nightscape. First, draw the area you want to light. Include all functions and furniture in the drawing, such as flowerbeds, archways, patio furniture and water features.

Antique Outdoor Lighting Idea

Antique Outdoor Lighting Idea

Decide if you prefer general lighting of an entire area, focusing on function, or both. Find power supplies. Outdoor drains works well for general lighting near a building. Many varieties of sun light are available for locations without power. Choose a style to decorate. You will get best results if you stick with antique outdoor lighting style. Draw in lighting in suitable places. Feel free to experiment and move things around on paper to get the best ideas.

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Run the extension cords to power electric lights at remote locations. Charge solar lights according manufacturer’s instructions. Place the light fixed in the ground at selected locations. Set stringed lights for the selected surface. Place pillar candles on tall stands or use torches for added charm. Set Floating candles in water features or large crystal bowls for an eye-catching display of antique outdoor lighting.

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