If you are in the market for a Shreveport new home this year, you may have many ideas floating around in your head of how you want your home to look. Something many homebuyers don’t think about until the end is the outside lighting that will make your home light up and have great curb appeal at the same time. Provenance gives you some great ideas for outdoor lighting that you may want to add to your wish-list for your new home! Certain outdoor lighting can truly add to your home’s architecture and do much more than just add light to the front of your home. There are several options available for you to decide what the best option is for your home. Pendants and hanging lanterns are great options to enhance curb appeal and illuminate your front doorway beautifully as well. Wall lanterns and sconces are great décor lighting pieces that give a source of indirect up lighting and down lighting that are typically utilized in pairs over outdoor seating areas and on either side of entry ways and windows.

For your landscape, it’s a great idea to add landscape lighting in the way of spotlights and well lights, to draw attention to the natural elements of a landscape like trees, shrubs, or flowers.) A great way to light the end of your driveway are with post lanterns that provide lighting and give better street visibility. If you plan to have fountains, statues or arbors outside of your new home, you will want to add flood, bullet or wash lights to highlight these beautiful pieces around your home. Cove lighting is a good idea to add and can be built into ceilings, walls, ledges and recesses to highlight architectural qualities like footpaths, water or landscape features. Path lights are a must for many homes and light the walkway to your door for family and friends who may be visiting or leaving at night when it is dark. It is a great way to provide extra safety as well. And lastly, pool lights are a must if you have a pool in your backyard. The will add mood-enhancing color to the water and ensure a safer swim at the same time.

Subscribe To Our Email

One of the advantages to living in Provenance is the close sense of community we all share. To be notified of news and events going on in the neighborhood, sign up for our newsletter!

  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.

error: Content is protected !!