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Modern Exterior Bollard Lighting
Low level bollard lighting is significantly less visually obtrusive then pole top or wall mounted lighting and provides light where it was most needed. Lighting Styles offers a complete range of bollard lighting for domestic and commercial use. Materials include stainless steel, copper, wood, cast iron aluminium and zinc plated steel. All sizes of bollards with a variety of lamp types to suit your needs. For commercial bollards with energy saving and discharge lamps try our Commercial Bollard Lighting.
Whilst you may think exterior lighting is just for those warm summer evenings, think again. During the winter months when trees are the barest they will look fantastic with lighting around them, up-lighting and creating interesting shadows which will shine through the branches and beyond. This means you will want to look outside rather than simply closing your curtains and forgetting your outdoor space.
We also have a number of solar powered bollards which are a great out-of-the-box solution for driveways and paths which require no electrician but still provide a decent amount of light thanks to the ever advancing solar technology. Check out the category here.
Bollard lighting for fence, wall tops or gardens
Smaller bollards, those from 300mm or 400mm high are often used in domestic gardens whereas taller bollards are more suitable for driveways, walkways, car parks, etc. Light distribution is available in a variety of different configurations in taller bollards but many provide wide and asymmetric beam giving an even and cost effective low level lighting solution for areas where pole-top and column mounted lighting is not appropriate for the space. Bollards can use optics and lenses to control light distribution. Bollards can use reflectors to give a higher light output or distribute light in certain directions. Bollards can have anti-glare mesh or louvres to reduce discomfort glare when illuminating walkways. Bollards illuminate landscapes without causing glare.