There was a time when an overly bright floodlight shining down from the eaves or from up in a tree (and perhaps directly into the eyes of you and your guests) was considered acceptable outdoor lighting. These days, homeowners know better and expect more. Outdoor lighting options are now more efficient, effective and attractive.
Homeowners often install sconces, pendants or chandeliers in outdoor dining and gathering spaces, path lighting for safe passage and ambiant tree lighting for evening ambiance. These and many more outdoor lighting options are offered at our outdoor lighting section. Don’t forget lighting’s close companion, the ceiling fan. The addition of a ceiling fan with a light in an outdoor living area can immensely improve your enjoyment of that space.