Read an article the other day about practical advice in regards to garden illuminiation. If you want to make it rock professionally, it’s not as easy as you’d like to think. For me, there is pretty much always an issue with Kelvin colour temperature and lumen. Especially the latter seems to be a constant problem – so many lights are way too bright! That’s where a dimmer comes in handy. As I’ve written about in the past, if you want quality info about how to illuminate your garden in the best way possible, John Cullen is a good source. Here follows, which I reckon, are 5 lights with GardenRoomStyle.
- If bling is your thing, then look no further. In response to the trend of bringing the indoors outside Enzo Catellani has designed the Medouse collection with warm welcoming illumination for Catellani & Smith in glamorous glass.
2. These linear LED lights “LEDA” by Karman Italia are rather fantastic, not least because of their versatility. This is just one example of how you can use them to light design your outdoor space. There are several others, let your imagination rule.
3. Would you like that lamp supersized? Yes, please! The current trend making huge outdoor versions of indoor lamp designs is so cool. And rather appropriate too as in many instances the scale of outdoor space is so much larger. Here the Emu Cone Lamp adds fun to garden lighting.
4. In my opinion there’s nothing much beating the 1970s for a cool groove. Fashion and decor. These lights from BROKIS to me has that very kind of vibe. Even though manufacturing began in 2020. IP44 rated.
5. Outdoor lighting from Artemide. Light is diffused through rods with different heights to give the impression of a reed bed. Designed by Klaus Begasse.