7,673 solar light rock Traditional Home Design Photos

Hedstrom Property Enhancement
SLOPE LANDSCAPE
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Solar lights along rock steps
outdoor lighting...pathway lighting...path lights...rock landscape
“stairs” — 1qaz2ws
Summerset Gardens/Joe Weuste
21 Reviews
Rock Garden Detail
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detail of a rock grouping. A creeping form of Campanula has taken hold in the nooks & crannies. A path light is nestled between the rocks & patio. This landscape design project is located in Bergen County, NJ. Landscape Design and Build Services in the NJ & NY areas. 845-590-7306
between the rocks. What I am looking for.
A creeping form of Campanula has taken hold in the nooks & crannies. A path light is nestled between the rocks & patio
pops of colors coming out of "natural" stone rocks
“Rock grouping with blue Campanula in the nooks and crannies.”
Rock grouping with blue Campanula in the nooks and crannies.
The rocks, and how plants/flowers grow naturally btwn them
I do like rock in the garden for interest with little somethings' growing in between...
“Campanula” — Silver Brook Landscape Design & Installation
SURROUNDS Landscape Architecture + Construction
3 Reviews
Sophisticated Surrounding
Ideabooks167K
Questions27
Since most solar-powered lights today use LED 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” or “soft white.” You get what you pay for. The brightness of a solar light depends on the brightness
solar walk way lights and tile path
solar outdoor lights: Most solar-powered lights are LED bulbs=bright white.
higher-priced solar lights do tend to shine more brightly. Quality is important... as cheap versions tend to only last a season. From the notes section> For a motion detector security light I recommend the Sunforce 82156 60 LED Solar Motion Light available through Amazon. For yard lights Moonrays 91381
“Using walls to hold back dirt, plant lantana or other flowering plants on top of wall, use crushed r” — Sharon Edwards
Common Ground Landscapes
6 Reviews
7 Mile
Ideabooks20,511
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Where to use solar path lights. Solar path lights are ideal for illuminating walkways far from exterior outlets, and can provide an enchanting glow along winding garden paths.
to use solar path lights. Solar path lights are ideal for illuminating walkways far from exterior outlets, and can provide an enchanting glow along winding garden paths.
lights. These are small solar lights on stakes, which can be pushed into the ground alongside a walkway to softly illuminate the path at night. They are not as bright as electric path lights, so plan to use more (up to twice as many) to light your path with roughly the same glow as electric. Ideal for
to use solar path lights. Solar path lights are ideal for illuminating walkways far from exterior outlets, and can provide an enchanting glow along winding garden paths.
“Using big rocks going down sidewalk” — Sharon Edwards
RD Architecture, LLC
9 Reviews
Solar Home
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ctric solar system, solar hot water heater, solar pool heater and geothermal A/C system.
roof showing both PV panels and solar panels
Old style, new look and solar!
Solar energy can do two things for your home: •It can provide power, in the form of solar energy converted to electricity, or •It can heat water, through direct or indirect solar radiation. Panels that provide
panels and solar thermal panels. Can you tell which is which?
“Both PV and solar water heating” — darcyr
Schnarr Craftsmen Inc
12 Reviews
St Clements Master Suite
Ideabooks8,469
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This light tunnel is perfect for our upcoming remodeling project: in a 74
use light tube to light basement below
transom windows over doors to bedroom to allow light
ceiling solar tube and coffered look
natural light a dark hallway receives.
When a skylight is not possible, a solar tube may be an option. (My parents actually installed a couple in their open-plan living space, and it made a huge difference.) This example shows part of a master suite that clearly benefits from the solar tube overhead
Compare the light level in the foreground (without any artificial lights on) with the space above the stair, where a number of downlights are on. Not only is it brighter in the foreground, but the quality and color of light is superior.
“tube light” — michellejacqueline
Andrew J Coleman
1 Review
Private Residence
Ideabooks4,318
Questions1
are the lighting fixtures on these steps? Thanks!
Path lighting for walkway and rear steps along raised garden
lights next to steps
Garden lighting to path
Like this pathway light
Landscape lighting on steps
wide steps and lighting
Down lights along paths
Remember lighting down
Landscape lighting example
lights or motion lights
lighting up stone steps
Simple lighting not too expensive
Rough rocks and lighting
needed are light fixtures alongside the steps. The style of these outdoor lights fits in well with the overall garden, so they're equally decorative during daylight hours.
Landscape lighting...path lighting...Cute low lights...Nice lighting...down light...Lighting, steps!...Lights and steps...Lighted stone steps...walkway lights...The lighting...Step lighting...outdoor lighting...these lights LED?
“Stones.” — hezelo
Pinney Designs
7 Reviews
Sudbury
Ideabooks8,104
Questions5
these lights on my front steps and they do not illuminate down
Do these lights aim down and what can I do to remedy this. My lights beam straight out - practically blind you as you walk up and some steps are not visible at all ( I don't have lights on each step)
LOve the Lights! How are they connected to electric supply?
I love the idea of lights on the steps! Since I
of this lights which can cover the complete stairs.
hello myself Milan Banthia As m supplying this kind of lights in the projects.
Hello here i want to add sum suggestion hence it luks pretty bt u put the lights as the wall concealed and gives a very sharp light on straight way.
lighting on steps and seat wall
Steps - but with rock similar to wall style in other photos
“Redo of lake steps!” — blasp
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