Oct. 12, 2020
If you don't want to lift your finger, please choose a professional. However, homeowners who are willing to spend some time and effort can save a lot of money by following the below design skills:
Well, bullets or floods, and downlights.
When aiming the ground light at the bushes, make sure to also immerse the tree trunk in the light. If you don’t, the polished crown looks like a hovering UFO. When illuminating the leaves from above, place two 20-watt downlights as high as possible on the tree and point them so that their beams do not cross.
The distance between the clamps must not exceed 20 feet. "You want light to guide your eyes from one plant to another, rather than continuous lighting."
Bullet and wash.
Install the bullet lamp on a bulb with a beam angle of 12 degrees, and then aim it at the corner of the house or architectural details. Softer washing lights can fill the space between them.
Well, bullets or floods.
Place the fixture close to the base so that the beam makes the texture clear and sharp.
Flood, bullet or wash.
By aiming two or more light sources at the target, highlight an element that deserves attention, such as a fountain, swing, or tree. The beam reduces the harsh shadows formed when only one object is shining on the object.