Light Up Your Outdoor Nights

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Good lighting is part of the architecture of good living.  But, sadly, it is often overlooked or undernourished when people build their indoor or outdoor spaces. Lighting supports living!

In outdoor spaces, it creeps down the wall from rubbery cones to softly illuminate the space next to the chairs where you and your cherie have a glass of wine in the evening …

It lights the pathway to your kitchen which is brimming with smells, laughter, and friends coming for dinner …

Its heavy gauge bronze shields your eye from harsh glare, while at the same time directing a soft wash of light upward and downward on the wall for a soft background glow…

…and creates an organic sculpture garden out in the sand where your guests carry their plates full of food to grab a seat, eat, and gab away the evening…

Yes, lighting is functional!  But, when imagined correctly, it’s also playful, beautiful, and innovative.  It helps you describe your home and your way of seeing life to your friends … without saying a word on the subject.  You’re simply free to live, laugh, and be in the moment with your guests for a wonderful night together!

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