Ideas to brighten your garden

With the arrival of summer also get the urge to make the most of your garden both day and night. But for that you’ll need lighting that allows you to spend hours on it, taking advantage of the warm summer evenings.The ways of lighting a garden are many, as there are several factors to consider. The first thing you must decide are the areas in which to apply the points of light , either on tables, paths or pool areas or games. Another thing to keep in mind when choosing the elements that give light to the garden, is the atmosphere and the style that we have in our space.

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On the other hand, you have to shuffle all the options you have in decorating shops, to choose the most appropriate. In We suggest you according to your style Ideas to inspire you for the summer.

Bohemian
If you like quiet, carefree life, with elements that look natural and even as if you had done it yourself, choose the right bulbs and lanterns . These options are fun and very cheap, as well as being easy to install and remove, depending on the season. All you have to keep in mind are the locations in which to keep them hanging. By day continue serving you as decorative elements, making it an ideal choice for young people and families.

  

Design
If yours are original ideas based on modern designs, do not miss Ikea proposals, which outputs the lamps of all kinds, full of color and full of personality. They are very versatile because they can be moved to suit your needs, and are very colorful decor.

Traditional and Minimalist
For those with simple tastes and classic, there are basic proposals, with lamps, wall lights, beacons or light spots that are easy to combine in any atmosphere. These ideas are perfect for more traditional styles or modern and minimalist, where there is little presence of color.

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