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    Why We Love Architectural Outdoor Lighting

    Guarantee safe travels in the dark or draw attention to signature landscaping features with architectural outdoor lighting, which can be both functional, and act as a statement piece. Slim fibers add an additional element to a footpath, creating another dimension in flagstone or along a stone walkway. Innovative design can incorporate many different styles of architectural light fixtures including outdoor recessed lighting for a subtle illumination. Recessed lighting is especially popular for minimalist designs, as it preserves the linear flow of many designs.

    Where Outdoor Architectural Lights Work Best

    The placement of architectural outdoor lighting should be part of the overall aesthetic of a home or business. Architectural light fixtures can complement the style of any building and highlight exterior finishes. Ideally, outdoor illumination placement should be purposeful, whether it's guiding a path through a lawn or lighting up doorway entries. Dimmable outdoor wall lights can set a mood for entertaining or peacefully enjoying a moment of solitude. Choosing outdoor wall lights, instead of uplights in the yard or a larger overhead light reduces glare through your or a neighbor's window, allowing outdoor spaces to be lit without disturbing those inside.

    Architectural Outdoor Lighting Designers We Love

    Hinkley has many options for landscape lighting, from dainty lamps that accent a line of flowers to larger scale wrap-around features that light an entire tree line. Choosing the right lighting for an indoor-outdoor kitchen area can be tricky. Kichler offers a wide array of overhead lighting choices, including ceiling fans, creating a cohesive flow through both spaces while providing cooling breezes while cooking. Architectural light fixtures from Minka-Lavery are favorites for a Tuscan or old-world style home. Intricate wrought-iron designs and sturdy craftsmanship make these pieces eye-catching and durable. For larger water features, WAC's InvisiLED light strips add color and interest. The strips are designed to illuminate without being obtrusive. Modern Forms offers unique designs for a midcentury modern home, as well as linear statement pieces for wall sconces.

    How to Choose the Best Outdoor Architectural Light Fixtures

    Placement of your architectural outdoor light fixtures involves analyzing how you'll use your space, along with the flow of traffic through the area. Overhead ceiling lights can be dramatic, adding elegance to an entryway, or unobtrusive, such as over a small covered patio. The power source of outdoor lighting, such as long-lasting LED lights or small solar panels is a large factor in outdoor ceiling light placement and design. While you may not change the bulbs often, ensuring that the fixture can be safely accessed is something to consider. For any outdoor fixture you're considering, be sure to check its UL listing to ensure it can safely be used outdoors in wet and damp locations.

    Other Considerations

    Architectural light fixtures aren't just stand-alone statement pieces. They can also be part of your overall outdoor furniture setup, either as smaller, weather-proof lamps for reading or to make use of an indoor-outdoor kitchen space. More dramatic architectural outdoor lighting can brighten up a pergola or gazebo, creating a mood of fairy-like wonder. Highlighting a surface, either a garden bed or an interesting architectural detail with grazing? (lighting parallel to the ground instead of perpendicular) brings a different focus to an outdoor landscape.