Landscape Architects & Landscape Designers
Photo by Brian Lincoln
- I love the lanterns-they look like they throw off a lot of light. Where are they from?
- I have a similar setup with a brick and stucco fireplace. My question is the up lights are low voltage and look great but when there is no fire and no lanterns, at night the fireplace looks like a black hole! The fireplace is a focus point centered directly out of our family room. We have an LED strip light under the mantel but it has to be turned on and even then it is to bright. What would you suggest to help light up the fireplace?
Why not put a dimmer on your LED strip lights and have it turned on when the rest of your landscape lights come on? You can use one of these guys to hook the LED to the landscape lights. You can get it from Amazon. http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00SGMW4K8
- What type of trees are those that are lit up - very effective.
- What is the manufacturer and material for the chairs?
- what is the stone for the fireplace
- How does it cost if I want to build without fire place?
I like how the Japanese maples are lit with focused lighting
Note lighting accents (under trees - not lanterns). Round bordering. Flagstone w/ green greenery in between, and Adirondack chairs.
Paver fireplace between circle and dining area. Double sided.
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