10 Benefits of Hardscaping & How to Light It

What is Hardscaping? Hardscaping refers to man-made features, like stone walls or paved path, integrated into landscape design and architecture. Fountains, waterfalls, pond structures, patios, decks, walkways, retaining walls, outdoor kitchens and fireplaces, fire pits, pergolas, planting beds, and other rock formations are all elements found in hardscapes. The most common hardscape materials include concrete,Read More

  • Jul

    How to Light Water Features Like a Pro

    Why Water Features Are Added Water features—fountains, waterfalls, ponds, water gardens—are often considered the crown jewel of landscape design. So naturally, yours can and should become a focal point in your landscape lighting design concept. There are two primary reasons to add water features to a landscape design. The first is a more practical application—aRead More

  • Jul

    How to Light Pools for the Ultimate Summer Experience

    Today, our industry is thriving because of the homeowner’s desire to create a comfortable, memorable outdoor experience. That desire quadruples when the weather improves and homeowners begin focusing even more on creating the ultimate summertime experience in their own backyard. This can mean different things to different people, but one typically clear focus for aRead More

  • Jun

    How to Create Outdoor Ambiance for Al Fresco Restaurant Dining

    The Dining Experience The al fresco dining experience isn’t just about the food and service, it’s about the ambiance—the overall feeling you get when dining and looking into the eyes of the people you’re sharing the moment with, the artfully plated food you’re about to feast on, and the unique atmosphere created by original architecturalRead More

  • Jun

    Top 4 Reasons to Add Landscape Lighting to Your Vacation Home

    As landscape lighting professionals, we firmly believe that vacation homes need and deserve outdoor landscape lighting just as much as full-time residences do. There are even instances were vacation properties require landscape lighting even more than your primary residence. Here are the top four reasons to install landscape lighting at your home away from home.Read More