395,112 Path lighting Home Design Photos

SURROUNDS Landscape Architecture + Construction
3 Reviews
Sophisticated Surrounding
Ideabooks220K
Questions32
What is the grass on the left of the path? Dwarf mondo grass?
Path to outdoor room, Defined Spaces and Planters
Softer lines in back yard, lighting and layers.
landscaping and outdoor lighting are just a few of the elements Houzzers liked.
Pay attention to the hue. Since most solar-powered lights today use LED bulbs
bulbs, the light they emit is bright white. If you want the look of incandescent bulbs, look for solar lights with tinted covers — they may be labeled “amber”
certain extent, the higher-priced solar lights do tend to shine more brightly.Tell us: Do you use outdoor solar lighting? Has your experience been good, bad
“amber” or “soft white.”You get what you pay for. The brightness of a solar light depends on the brightness of the sun and the amount of daylight it is exposed
Like the curved path and outdoor fire
“Retain im wall and walkway” — renko41
Cultivart Landscape Design
karrinyup courtyards
Ideabooks30,555
Questions5
REMINDER TO HAVE LIGHTING FROM RAISED PORCH OUT TO PATH SIDEWALKS
driveways, paths, steps and through changes of level. They can also be used to delineate the edge of a garden bed or a deck. Avoid glare or blinding lights shining
Running deck path different levels...Lighting is needed!!!...small bridge and lights...Under walkway lighting...Walk path...Lighting from under the deck
“Lighting” — louisejohnston
Daryl Toby - AguaFina Gardens International
9 Reviews
Steel & Stone
Ideabooks16,864
Questions4
Gorgeous wild, natural (not man-handled, over cut, or squared) landscaping! Love the curving path, the lighting...
Reflect light. Delicate light can be just as effective as bright light — as well as more soothing and calming. The landscape lighting here is positioned
Looking down. Lights that shine downward rather than up or out create soft pools of light along a stairway. There's enough light to let you see where
jarring or shining in your face. You don't need to light every tread. Instead, aim for just enough light to keep things safe while allowing the next lit area
positioned to gently shine on the surfaces of various elements. This reflected light provides just enough illumination for this small area.
what kind of lights did you use?
“Small outdoor sitting area on terrace” — Sisi Stobie
J. Grant Design Studio
1 Review
Olive Mill
Ideabooks746
Questions0
Love the exterior iron light....Gravel paths, stone lined...stucco mediteranean and light...light wall color w/deeper trim...light fixture...Stone edged path
“reJA ARCO” — Anticuable
GM Construction, Inc.
Kanae Lot 1
Ideabooks3,094
Questions1
lighting on the deck going up the posts?
Create a gentle sloping path with stones and grass from west side to lower ground vs cement path
stone path
“Kanae Lot 1 GM Construction” — stephanielprice
Dear Garden Associates, Inc.
1 Review
Vegetable Gardens
Ideabooks1,247
Questions2
Paths between beds and solar lights on each corner of bed.
Formal path treatment, naturally weathered
Stone path...Lights on the corners...garden path...Path and grape vines
“i like all the diffrent trees” — Mary Boardman
Shades Of Green Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Front Yard Retreat
Ideabooks5,714
Questions4
love the stair lights! where can i buy them and are they set in place before you pour the conrete?
These are called the Margin Wall SS LED lights. They are from Lightology. ....
2. Step lights. How many times have you tried to access someone's front yard steps at night and almost taken your life in your own hands? Don't do that
many steps. Illuminate every other step (as shown) and have some garden lights on the sides so everyone knows where their next step will be. You'll minimize
liability from someone's getting injured on your property.More ideas for lighting your outdoor steps
“Yards steps and walls” — maringirl40
debora carl landscape design
15 Reviews
debora carl landscape design
Ideabooks2,375
Questions3
What a clever idea. You could add solar lights for an effective path/direction light.
hidden.” “pavers and gravel, plant in walkway so cute” “Plants in pea gravel @ path” “Wood Framed Gravel Pit with Modern Landscape”
square path
“Concrete pavers” — michmichvan
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