Like all rooms in the house, gardens need a focal point to add interest and to help convey your own personal taste.
With the average size of gardens and homes in the UK getting progressively smaller, not all homeowners are able to accommodate ponds or large patio areas filled with plants. Here are a few ideas for creating an outdoor light feature for your garden that isn’t just quick and inexpensive, but can also help to add interest to a garden that could use a little extra illumination and personality.
Ideal for both indoor or outdoor use, LED Neon Flex is an excellent way to create a light feature and is available in an array of colours. From lining a garden path to draw the eye and safeguard against slips and trips to illuminating your garden shed, neon flex is a reasonably priced and energy-efficient way of brightening pretty much anything in your garden.
If you have a large shrub or even a tall obelisk that you use for climbing plants, you can easily wrap a few metres of neon flex around the structure in no time at all and transform these ordinary garden items into something truly unique.
Remote Control Decking Lights
If your decking area is looking a little dark and unloved, then remote control decking lights in a rainbow of colours are easy to install, cheap to run and can help create a welcoming and fun focal point for your garden in just a matter of hours.
Totally weather-resistant and controlled via an app suitable for smartphones, these 2-watt lights are perfect for brightening up decking areas and adding that wow factor to gardens that could benefit from a little more colour.
If your garden needs an instant lift and you don’t want to be worrying about outdoor power sources, then our LED solar festoon lights are the perfect product for decorating small trees, shrubs or even exterior walls and small garden arches.
Offering up to eight hours of warm white lighting for a soft glow, this product charges up using the rays of the sun even on dull days and is able to offer excellent levels of illumination. Get creative with festoon lights by positioning them on garden statues or plants in dark areas of your garden, and you'll be able to enjoy a quirky light feature in your own outdoor space this spring.
Created by Luke Barnes on 19th February, 2020