I don’t design many gardens these days without lighting. The quality and range of lights over the last few years has improved considerably and the more that become available, the better the choice and price.
When thinking about lighting you may want to consider the look and feel of your garden. What do you want to do in the garden. If it’s a good size garden to be used for entertaining or maybe it’s abroad you may consider plenty of lights to illuminate different areas and there may be certain features you’d like to highlight in the garden and strategic subtle lighting is a great way of doing this. Lights will be chosen which suit the style of the garden to be built as well as having consideration for what it’s being used for and what your budget allows.
From wall lights, bulk head lights, pillars, spots, spikes and many more we can give you some ideas about how they can transform your garden at night, whether for entertaining or merely for looking out at from the house.
I work closely with a lighting company (MGD electrical) who can demonstrate a proposed lighting plan prior to installation. Their quotes come fully itemised so that you can make a decision about the lights or features to tailor them to your budget.