5 Outdoor Lighting Tips To Make Your Space Glow


By Clarissa Allison | March 24th, 2017

Many of us are preparing the inside and outside of our homes for warmer weather, and/or Spring cleaning. Part of this annual tradition should always include taking a hard look at the surrounding lighting scheme in your home’s landscape. Perhaps you’ve always wanted to host a party outdoors, but your deck is too poorly lit and gloomy for that to be feasible. Maybe the path leading to your driveway is too difficult to find when you return home at night. You may even be installing a fantastic new koi pond and want to determine the best way to showcase it. Look no further – we’ve compiled often overlooked tips below that can apply to the most common of outdoor lighting applications. To shop for lighting fixtures in the categories mentioned, click the photos to be brought to louielighting.com.





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We hope you’ve enjoyed this week’s blog! For any further questions about your next landscape lighting project, don’t hesitate to contact us at 1877 385 2104! The Louie Lighting Team wishes you and yours a safe and happy weekend.




  1. says

    Thanks admin for this post.The first step in designing any lighting system is to determine what you want the light to do for you.Your tips are really helpful to understand the importance of outdoor lighting.Outdoor lighting improves visibility and safety.Attractive home lighting that is strategically placed can greatly improve your outdoor's edge appeal.Outdoor lighting creates a pleasant ambiance when properly applied, allowing people to be comfortable and relaxed. Instead of just illuminating the area where people will be gathering, consider placing subtle lighting around your entire yard so that you don’t feel like you’re under a spotlight and surrounded by darkness.

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