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Our approach to garden lighting design is based on the fact that every garden design is unique and each scheme is created to enhance one of the most important 'rooms' in the house.


Working closely with landscape designers or the client direct, we establish important areas that require illumination e.g. specimen plants, sculptural features, dining area etc. Once the framework to the design is in place, we then look at the whole garden to offer a complete lighting solution.


Once we have established a 'picture' of what the garden should look like we can offer a detailed quotation and plotted design on a garden plan.


When the quotation has been accepted, if the garden is being landscaped we work closely with the landscape contractors by giving them a cable plan so that the disruption to the garden is minimal. However, If the garden is not being landscaped, we work on the garden ensuring that all plants and features are carefully managed to keep the integrity of the garden intact.

garden lighting design

There’s no better way to accentuate the architectural and landscaping features of a family home. Lighting displays bring out the natural beauty of a well maintained home and put a smile on the faces of homeowners and visitors. Shining a subtle light on a fountain, waterfall or flowering hedge can inspire beautiful thoughts and wonderful times.


The evening may be beautiful and the moon may be full, but when it’s dark outside everyone has a tendency to stay inside. Attractive outdoor lighting makes it possible to enjoy a patio, deck, swimming pool, garden or recreation area. Distinctive lighting is ideal for family barbecues and summer parties.


The illumination of walkways, parking areas and entryways will ensure the safety of guests and family members. Proper illumination prevents unnecessary and expensive accidents.


Shining a little light on the darkest areas of a home landscape will deter trespassers and cause everyone to walk a little easier when arriving or stepping outside late at night.

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