Common types of landscape lighting and how to use them

Landscape lighting has the power to take your outdoor spaces from basic to embellished, but undertaking a new lighting project for your home can be an intimidating task. Since there are various types of outside LED lights that can be used to highlight and improve the safety of your landscape it’s always best to view your yard at night to first see what types of fixtures would be best for illuminating your property.Read the rest

Ornamental Designs that Highlight Your Patio

Just because restrictions are slowly easing amid the pandemic, doesn’t mean that people will be rushing to spend more of their time in public areas this summer. So, since interior rooms can greatly benefit from a seasonal spruce-up if you’re planning to continue to spend your time at home in the coming months, why not consider a revamp of your outdoor living area?Read the rest

Your Spring Arrival Gardening Checklist

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The arrival of springtime is just over one week away and if you’re an avid gardener, there are a lot of tasks that you should be starting to check off your must-do list! While you’re probably eager to kick off March with some bare-root planting and flower purchasing, you’ll need to tame your excitement for seeding just long enough time to divulge right into the necessary maintenance that’s been neglected since the snow hit the ground.Read the rest

Here Are Some Economically Efficient Ways that You Can Upgrade Your Garden

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It’s no secret that proud homeowners take pride in the way their residence looks both on the inside and out. While the layout and design of the home plays an important part, equally as important is how things are placed and the purpose that they serve in the overall construction, composition and arrangement of the household.Read the rest

4 ideas for DIY Outdoor Lighting (Updated 2018)

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Making the smallest changes in our homes often have the biggest effects. In this blog post, we’ll talk about the way lighting can transform an outdoor space. And don’t worry, you won’t need to enlist the help of a professional. Here are four ideas for DIY outdoor lighting.… Read the rest

A few handy outdoor lighting techniques

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The transition to fall can sometimes be depressing especially after you’ve spent months enjoying the longer hours of daylight. Needless to say, a good way to brush off the autumn chill is by upgrading your outdoor lighting to something a little more efficient for the months ahead.Read the rest

The Right Outdoor Lighting to Get You Through Fall

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A crispy, cool scent is in the air, as the crimson red leaves begin to blanket the majority of your backyard space. Autumn has finally arrived. Although the colors and temperate climate are rather mild during the first few weeks of the season, these conditions will slowly fade as the nights become longer and rays of daylight diminish.Read the rest

Tips to giving you garden a fresh look without breaking the bank

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Whether you are preparing to plant a new vegetable garden, doing a complete garden renovation overhaul or simply completing a landscaping project, it’s easy to go over your budget if you don’t plan the work accordingly. As with any financial planning, you’ll need to decide what part of your project is an upfront necessity and how you will complete your revamping goals without cutting any corners.Read the rest

Spring Inspiration For Your Outdoor Space

Now that spring is upon us, gardeners everywhere are planning for the season ahead as the tips of the first tulip leaves begin to poke through the newly planted greenery. Whether you’re planning a totally new look for spring or just a subtle tidy-up of your outdoor space, we hope this blog post will give you the inspiration you need for a beautiful spring garden.Read the rest

4 Tips for Environmentally Friendly Landscaping

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Creating a more environmentally friendly lawn allows for minimal maintenance of your lawn in springtime, while keeping everything looking lush and green. The key is to minimize the resources you’re using as well as the output of waste, and whether you’re starting your landscaping from scratch or revamping your existing lawn, it’s easy to make sustainable choices.Read the rest