Use low-level path lighting to illuminate pathways, flower beds, and shrubs. Bollards, which are path lights that stand 30 to 36 inches off the ground, cover a larger surrounding and also help illuminate pathways and nearby landscape feature.
Consider light fixtures with photocells that automatically turn on during the night and turn off in the morning which provides safety and energy savings.
Lighting aimed upwards that help highlight trees, statues, or textured surfaces.
Lighting aimed downward and positioned at the top branches of a tree to give off a moon light effect while casting interesting shadows.
Lighting aimed at the front and below an object to project interesting shadows on nearby surfaces.
Lighting aimed directly up or down a textured surface to accentuate architecturalfeatures such as wood, brick, or stone.
Lighting concealed behind an object to highlight its unique shape.
Using multiple light sources to illuminate a tree or object from various angles.