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A Lighted Stepping Stones

A Lighted Stepping Stones

A lighted stepping stone can add the necessary light needed to illuminate walkways around any home. They are inexpensive to install and use the sunlight as an energy source. They are a great way to conserve energy while allowing people to see where they are going. A lighted solar stepping stone can be made to look attractive. They can still be painted to match any outside décor. The stones are usually made of a hard plastic and have light bulbs inside. These stepping stones capture the sun’s rays and use the energy at nighttime to create light. One can find these stepping stones at many home improvement stores or online.

Outdoor Solar Lighting

Outdoor Solar Lighting

Outdoor Solar Lighting – As the weather warms up outside and the leaves start popping out, it’s only natural to start dreaming about a season full of lively deck and garden parties. For your next series of outdoor soirees, why not consider adding a little accent light that culls its power directly from the sun? Without long, ugly extension cables or access to an outlet, these super handy, not to mention environmentally friendly, garden lights will add a warm glow to any occasion.

A great choice for outdoor lighting accents that can be used year round, the worry-free Christmas lights eliminate the usual hassles of decorative string lighting while providing a sparkling glow for outdoor parties and holidays.

Garden Christmas Lights

Garden Christmas Lights

Garden Christmas Lights – Water and light are a magical combination and at Christmas night can provide extra glitter and sparkle. Use wide and narrow beam spotlights on fountains and moving water. When lighting a pond make sure that the source of the light is not reflected in it, which would diminish the mystery.

The texture and shape of tree trunks, branches and leaves provide endless opportunities for decorative lighting. Use tungsten halogen flood spotlights, positioned to shine upwards into the branches from a garden wall or a lower part of the trunk.