Outdoor Lighting

As much as daytime artificiallight is completely unnecessary in outdoor spaces, the truth is that if weenjoy our terrace or our garden during the cool summer nights need to have somelight bulbs that we allow.

In this sense, the lighting onthe porch and the garden should be well designed taking into account thedimensions of space we have to illuminate the environment we want to create andthe needs of each of the areas in particular.

Start by thinking about thedifferent parts of outer space: Facades and walls, seating areas, walkways andto points of interest that you would like to point in space (a tree, forexample).

In the rest areas or where youwill realize activities (near the table, sofas, etc…). Need a direct light fromthe ceiling or preferably near by the walls, for only thus you get the lightingneeded for your tasks are not disrupted.

However, the purpose of space andyour tastes will also be important to decide, whether it will be better to chooselight white or lights dim, that will create a more intimate and welcoming.

In the more open spaces likeroads and trails of the garden, walkways or even focal points do not have touse direct light, since in these cases you can afford a more decorativelighting.

The lamps or light fixtures onthe walls are the traditional resource for these spaces, but the lights withbulbs from the soil can also help to give a touch of elegance to the space.

You can also give a romantictouch to your patio or garden with lanterns, candles and even strips of lightgarlands.