1,060 solar powered rock lights Home Design Photos

Hufft Projects
3 Reviews
Heavy Metal
A koi pond & band of river rock border the gallery hall leading to the the master suite. Photography by Andrew Fabin
Can you tell me where you purchased rocks? I'm looking for this color without luck. Thanks.
great dappled light from the shade screens
Borders of river rock were selectively introduced throughout the home to bridge the indoors and outdoors. This gallery hall leads to the master suite.
lots of light + picture frames...Gallery hall with river rock border....Hallway lined with rock merging in/out
“Candice and ricki” — malutze
Loudoun County Landscape & Design
Swimming Pool & Patio Construction
For nearly 20 years Grow Landscapes, Inc. has proven to be a leader in the industry in terms of design, innovation and craftsmanship.
Peter A. Sellar - Architectural Photographer
6 Reviews
Hockley Valley Home
(aesthetically) better to use shed roof for PV cells for solar power. . logistics for power supply / pole close to shed - and underground to house. .
garage doors and lights rocks as planters
Like the roof. Like the rocks on the landscaping.
Use of rocks. This whole house has lots of rock and gravel around it. Drainage issues
Like the rocks around the deck
“rocks around porch” — andys1442
Osborn Studio +
A House for All Seasons
Good idea - solar on the back of this structure
solar panels can be design element
Solar panels...idea for solar power...Use of rocks...solar panels a good idea...Solar panel...Like the solar panels...roof with solar panels...Solar garage
“Solar panels” — pjoyy
Common Ground Landscapes
13 Reviews
7 Mile
plants between rocks and mixed rock shapes
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
where did the path lights come from?...Love the big rocks for the front path...stairs lighting...Rock steps outside...rocks pathways........ just love stones...lovely entry with lights...rock pathway...rock stairwat...Stairs and Rocks...Garden lights
“asian inspired” — clayton1009
56 Reviews
Garden Bridge
me the brand of solar post caps used here? Thanks!
beautiful bridge. where can I find the solar powered column lights?
i like this bridge -- japanese type - looks like solar lights on tips
complex as our emotions are, the garden reminds us that we are soil and light, that we are all connected — and in that is great joy and comfort. We even
lighted posts good design Perfect!...bridge and lighting for the hill
“love” — Julie Shampine Sanderson
FORMA Design
21 Reviews
FORMA Design
Would like more photos/info on the house lights and design--ann
The lights on the steps were solar powered.
what lights are you referring to? exterior or interior?
The light in the stairway is a great addition to this hard scape.
love the pot plants and lights on every step
Lighting PathsWhen steps and walkways cut paths through the garden at night, lighting can be beneficial. Dangerous when dark, paths become a design feature
feature with the addition of night lights.
Are these solar powered or wired?...Would like to see house lighting detail...stair lights are solar for power house...might work for lighting on front steps
“nice door situation , beautiful craftsmanship on doors and accents between them” — roslyn38
Cultivart Landscape Design
karrinyup courtyards
i am from perth and canon find anything resembeling the rocks you have here. what are they and where can i source. The rocks remind me
You can get these rocks from Creation Landscape Supplies in Fremantle
How did u built this wooden landing on the top of the rocks.
to delineate the edge of a garden bed or a deck. Avoid glare or blinding lights shining into people’s eyes as they move around the garden.
Using rock instead of wAter for stream...Dry river bed - mixed rock proportion
“bridge of dry creek bed” — markcombs
Noel Cross+Architects
7 Reviews
Earthy Modern
include: - a 5 kW roof mounted grid-tied PV solar array pays for most of the electrical needs, and sends power to the grid in summer 6 year payback! - all
native and drought-tolerant landscaping reduce irrigation needs - passive solar design that reduces heat gain in summer and allows for passive heating in
taking advantage of cooling summer breezes - natural day-lighting decreases need for interior lighting - fly ash concrete for all foundations - dual glazed
Yates Landscape Architecture Joanie Wick – Interior Design Vita Pehar - Lighting Design Conrado Co. – General Contractor Marion Brenner – Photography
Passive solar and the modern look. I am wondering about a design such as this in West
“Single story layout” — Heather Stanford
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