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Why We Love Spotlights & Flood Lights Outdoor spotlights and flood lights are great ways to highlight unique features of your landscape. They instantly add drama, creating fascinating shadows in trees and adding visual height to walls and architecture. While powerful and able to reach great heights, landscape spot lights and flood lights are usually low voltage, and they easily adjust so you can point them right where you want a splash of decorative light. Read More Where Outdoor Spot & Flood Lights Work Best Appropriate for both the front and backyard, landscape spotlights and flood lamps are put to their best use at the base of large trees or pointed toward stone work. The light brings out textures and shapes one might not otherwise notice. And when paired with other outdoor and landscape lighting, these spotlights will create a well-rounded lighting scheme. For commercial areas including exteriors of restaurants or hotels, large outdoor landscape spotlights draw attention and make the business easier to see from the road. You’ll also appreciate the welcoming presence they establish in these locations. Whatever you may need an outdoor spotlight for, you are sure to find a stylish option here. A Spotlight or Flood Light for Every Style With any outdoor lighting fixture comes a variety of styles to choose from and these spotlights appeal to a number of exterior aesthetics. For traditional landscapes with heavy arborous areas, look to the spotlights and flood lights from Kichler to help create dramatic shapes and shadows. These options have flexible heads to rearrange and maneuver to your liking. Hinkley Lighting offers a multitude of contemporary and modern spotlights, with options that are simply placed in the ground with a stake. In-ground and recessed spotlights are perfected by BEGA and you’ll find many LED flood lights here too. These decorative LED fixtures combine elements of stylish design with energy efficiency to really accent your landscape. Choosing the Best Spotlights & Flood Lights First, you will need to determine the purpose of a spotlight or flood light. Many of these landscape light fixtures featured directional heads, allowing you direct light toward trees or other elements of your backyard. You’ll also find plenty of in-ground and recessed well lights you can use as a flood light or spotlight. These options provide exceptional uplighting for trees, fountains, garden accents and signs (for commercial locations). With any outdoor light fixture, you’ll want to verify it is UL listed and safe for outdoor use. A damp or wet location rating is necessary for landscapes where the presence of water is inevitable. Finally, look to our information on line voltage vs low voltage lighting to better understand which style is best for your space. If you have any questions about the spotlights and flood lights featured here, please call our lighting experts at 877.445.4486. Other Great Options In addition to an in-ground spotlight or flood light, highlight outdoor areas that are closer to the ground with the help of path lights and bollard lights. These short, stylish path lights and bollards provide welcomed decorative character to the backyard while also creating safe, guiding light for pathways and walkways. And spotlights and outdoor flood lights are just one piece of a complete outdoor lighting scheme — consider adding outdoor sconces, deck lighting, flushmounts and post lights to take your outdoor lighting full circle. Show Less
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Landscape Flood Lights

Pathway Lighting Landscape Spot Lights Landscape Flood Lights Deck and Step Lights Bollards Transformers and Power Hardware and Accessories Landscape Lighting, Path Lights, Deck Lights, Security Lighting and More Landscape Lighting, Deck Lights, Path Lights, Security Lighting and More A Beautiful Landscape is not complete without the right Landscape Lighting. Installing landscape lighting is one of the most convenient ways to decorate the outside of your home and add the sense of security. With the right outdoor light fixtures, you may showcase your garden or simply enjoy your patio or deck after sunset. Illuminate your home with a soft glow in the evening making it inviting for all guests with new landscape light fixtures. First Impressions Are Everything Make sure your home is welcoming to guests from the outside and provide safety and security with bright LED outdoor landscape lighting. Be sure to please anyone’s eyes at night with beautifully set up exterior lighting. These light fixtures not only provide aesthetic beauty to the outside of your home, but will ensure all your guests are safely guided to your entrance. When setting up your landscape lighting, you must first consider the overall effect you’d like to create for your home. Do you want a set up that makes your home stand out or something that is more subdued? Once you’ve decided on how much illumination you want, you may then decide on the lighting techniques you’d like to use and light fixtures you need to achieve the desired effect. Different Lighting Techniques There are several lighting techniques you can use for your landscape. Different lighting techniques help create a beautiful scene and add to the security of your home. Up Lighting & Down Lighting If you have beautiful columns, highlight them with up lighting. In fact, experts say you may create a visually dramatic effect for any landscape or architectural elements if you simply light them from below. This technique is also commonly used to create attractive shadows on walls and called up lighting. Outdoor flood lights, spotlights and bollards are perfect for providing up lighting. Down lighting is also commonly used, and perfect to illuminate outdoor areas, such as decks, patios, facades and gazebos. When used in a garden, this type of light can create beautiful shadows similar to moon lighting. Downward flood lighting is a great way to illuminate larger spaces for a variety of outdoor activities. Washing or Grazing Lighting This type of lighting technique is used to diffuse light over vertical elements. It may also be used to highlight and enhance the texture of surfaces. Wall lights, floodlights and spotlights can be used to achieve grazing effects. Path Lighting Pathway Landscape Lighting adds style and safety to a home. When installing pathway lights, position the light fixtures very close to the edge of a walkway to prevent people from tripping. You may also opt to alternate light fixtures from one side to the other. However, if you use this technique you need to make sure the lights are spaced evenly so there are no overlapping bright areas and no dark areas in between. Landscape Lighting from Capitol Lighting 1800lighting.com For top quality, stylish, functional and affordable landscape light fixtures, visit Capitol Lighting 1800lighting.com. Shop top manufacturers and styles and find deck lights, landscape accessories, flood lights, outdoor spot lights, bollards, landscape transformers, pond and fountain lights, landscape specialty lights, and more. Don’t Make These Mistakes with Landscape Lighting Homeowners spend tens of thousands of dollars on beautiful landscaping and only enjoy that investment during the daylight hours. View our video to learn the common mistakes made when planning a landscape lighting layout. Create Beautiful Garden Lighting for All Seasons Your garden is a direct expression of your personality and should be restricted to daylight hours. Read our article to learn how you can show your garden love 24 hours a day all year round.
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Landscape Flood Lights

Where Outdoor Spot & Flood Lights Work Best Appropriate for both the front and backyard, landscape spotlights and flood lamps are put to their best use at the base of large trees or pointed toward stone work. The light brings out textures and shapes one might not otherwise notice. And when paired with other outdoor and landscape lighting, these spotlights will create a well-rounded lighting scheme. For commercial areas including exteriors of restaurants or hotels, large outdoor landscape spotlights draw attention and make the business easier to see from the road. You’ll also appreciate the welcoming presence they establish in these locations. Whatever you may need an outdoor spotlight for, you are sure to find a stylish option here. A Spotlight or Flood Light for Every Style With any outdoor lighting fixture comes a variety of styles to choose from and these spotlights appeal to a number of exterior aesthetics. For traditional landscapes with heavy arborous areas, look to the spotlights and flood lights from Kichler to help create dramatic shapes and shadows. These options have flexible heads to rearrange and maneuver to your liking. Hinkley Lighting offers a multitude of contemporary and modern spotlights, with options that are simply placed in the ground with a stake. In-ground and recessed spotlights are perfected by BEGA and you’ll find many LED flood lights here too. These decorative LED fixtures combine elements of stylish design with energy efficiency to really accent your landscape. Choosing the Best Spotlights & Flood Lights First, you will need to determine the purpose of a spotlight or flood light. Many of these landscape light fixtures featured directional heads, allowing you direct light toward trees or other elements of your backyard. You’ll also find plenty of in-ground and recessed well lights you can use as a flood light or spotlight. These options provide exceptional uplighting for trees, fountains, garden accents and signs (for commercial locations). With any outdoor light fixture, you’ll want to verify it is UL listed and safe for outdoor use. A damp or wet location rating is necessary for landscapes where the presence of water is inevitable. Finally, look to our information on line voltage vs low voltage lighting to better understand which style is best for your space. If you have any questions about the spotlights and flood lights featured here, please call our lighting experts at 877.445.4486. Other Great Options In addition to an in-ground spotlight or flood light, highlight outdoor areas that are closer to the ground with the help of path lights and bollard lights. These short, stylish path lights and bollards provide welcomed decorative character to the backyard while also creating safe, guiding light for pathways and walkways. And spotlights and outdoor flood lights are just one piece of a complete outdoor lighting scheme — consider adding outdoor sconces, deck lighting, flushmounts and post lights to take your outdoor lighting full circle.

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