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Garden Lighting and Exterior Lights for Outdoor Spaces - Design Ideas and Advice

These pages contain a great selection of outdoor and exterior lighting for gardens and outdoor spaces many with either energy saving LED lamps. Choose from the more traditional or opt for a real contemporary fitting to wow and delight. These exterior lights will help you create ambiance and a sense of theatre, giving you an extra room to your home. As well as the lights which require some time to install there are also some simple spike lights that can simply be pushed into the ground and switched on.

Whichever you choose, we are sure you will will like the selection of garden lights and exterior lighting on offer here. If you require garden lighting design advice please call us on 01780 767617 and our team will be happy to assist.

Featured Products

UFO Style Wall Light - Blue

Ideal for interior as well as exterior use
Also available with White diffuser
IP44 rated
Unusual beam effect light

Price £68.64

400w Metal Halide Floodlight E40

E40 lampholder 400w maximum
Grey aluminium casing
IP65 - water jet proof
Can be used with coloured lamps

Price £224.84

Stand Alone PIR 360º Detection with Corner Bracket

Complete with corner mouting bracket
360º detection zone giving all round protection
Great solution for switching all your lights!
Adjustable for light levels and time on

Price £30.17

Illuminated Planter Pot - Large H:400mm

Long life LED lamps
Low energy decorative lighting
Smaller size available
Highlight your entrance

Price £72.00

Weatherproof Well Light

Traditional Ships Well Light
PIR sensor option on Galvanised version
15 year guarantee on Galvanised version
15 year guarantee on Copper version

Price £56.04

Simply Gorgeous Exterior Wall Light

Supplied with 16w energy saving lamp
Reduced glare and very pretty wall light
15 year guarantee
IP54 rated - weatherproof

Price £156.60

Illuminated House Number Plaque

An attractive and practical wall light for your home
Make your home easier to be found
Offered in stainless steel, or powder coated paint finishes
Full range of self adhesive numbers supplied

Price £52.80

Colour Changing Ten Light LED Kit

Put colour changing lightis in your house or garden
Low heat and energy saving
Kit contains 10 lights, in-line power supply, remote control and all cables
Easy installation RGB LED kit for trade and DIY

Price £129.60

Fully Adjustable PAR30 Spotlight - 60% off

Mounting plate has cable entry on the side
Fully adjustable yet can be locked into place
Cowl on bezel reduces glare
For commercial and domestic spaces

Price £52.95

Marine Styled Wall Light- Polished Chrome or Black

Ideal for bathrooms and external areas
Uses a mains halogen (G9) lamp which can be dimmed
Polished chrome finish with opal glass
IP44 rated - weatherproof

Price £73.64
Garden Lights and Exterior Lighting Outdoor and garden lighting can be a lot more than a means to extend the day. Think of the mood created on a stage with lighting and consider what you can do with your own outdoor space simply by using garden lights. Sunlight is great as it makes the garden thrive but it provides a very uniform light to everything in the garden regardless of whether it is something you want to see or not. However, when night falls you can control what is and is not seen and creative outdoor lighting that truly brings the garden to life.

Security lighting should only be used as security lighting. You will never create an outdoor oasis with a halogen flood light filling the garden with stark light and many thieves regard a light as aiding their trade! Consider, and imagine instead, some of these options: a statue with an up light highlighting the features, perhaps a warm tone spike light picking out your favourite plant, a buried up light close to the trunk of a tree for a shadowy, moonlight effect or maybe a wall mounted spot light to highlight the walls tones and hues.

There is also hard landscaping that may require garden lighting, decks and paths that need indicator lights or lights within and around a swimming pool that can used on warm summer evenings.

Lighting the garden at night not only creates light and shadows but a real sense of drama to the garden, totally transforming the area when daylight fades and night begins.

With a little planning and thought your outdoor lighting can make the outdoor space unique and usable throughout the year.

There will be more tips and tricks in each lighting category above.



Garden Lighting Ideas:

There is more to garden lighting than banging up a floodlight and fixing a few lights into your deck. Here are a few garden lighting ideas to inspire you...

Day light, particularly in the middle of the day, is bright and covers everything in an even blanket of light. However at dawn or at sunset the low angle of the sun creates long shadows and sunlight peeks through these and at certain times seems to pick out some items more than others. This painting of light in the garden is something you should try to create in your garden in the evening. Certain features take on a different look when washed with light, and as the garden is always going through a yearly growing cycle some flexibility is required to change the point of interest at different times of the year.

Spike lights are easy to move and provide the flexibility required picking out spring blossom, summer plants in flower or stark red stalks of dogwood in the winter.

Fixed garden lighting can be used to accent texture and fixtures stone walls, hard landscaping and even fences benefit from lighting mounted at a close angle.

Use garden uplights with care. Ensure that they do not cause discomfort through glare by using baffles or positioning them away from paths and hazards.

Tip No.1 Put a lead on garden lights so you can try them in position before fixing them in place. Sometimes moving lights just a few centimetres can make a world of difference to the light effect gained.

Tip No.2 Less is more! If your fixture can take a 100 watt lamp don’t assume this will give the best results try lower wattage lamps and you may see a more subtle light effect. Putting too much light into an area can make unlit areas look particularly dark and a balance is required.

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