Pergola Lighting Design

Pergola Lighting Design

Blog Home Kloter Farms Home Hours and Directions Contact Us 6 Simple Ideas of Pergola Lighting Photo Courtesy of Getty Images We all look forward to those warm summer evenings that we wish would never end.  Whether it’s an evening of fun with friends splayed out in deck chairs watching children catch fireflies or a quiet one alone, a perfect summer evening is never long enough. But if you are lucky enough to have a pergola or pavilion, you can make it last even longer by adding some simple pergola lighting to your outdoor space. When you think of outdoor lighting, do your thoughts immediately turn to tiki torches? They’re definitely functional and help keep the mosquitoes away, but they just scratch the surface of the options available. Backyard Patio Pergola  Let’s take a look at some simple ideas for pergola lighting 1. String lights have become very popular lately in our culture, and it’s really no surprise. Usually priced at a reasonable rate, these lights come in all shapes and sizes. Hearthside Pergola with simple pergola lighting by Kloter Farms How about the simple ‘Christmas Tree’ concept.  Many of those lights are rated for outdoors so why not string them around the framework of your pergola?  (please be sure to check your package before you mount them to be sure that they are rated for outdoor use) Photo courtesy of Paul Moon Design 2. How about hanging simple lanterns from your pergola’s rafters?  These are simple items that you can find right here at Kloter Farms or Home Goods and while you’re at it, drop an LED candle into it for a subtle twinkling effect. These neutral-colored lanterns are the perfect complement to the bamboo chairs, trumpet vines and colorful flowers in this enchanting garden setting. 3. Another idea would be to hang a candle chandelier for a bit more formal feeling to your pergola lighting. Photo courtesy of Sean Papich Landscape Architecture  Even the simplest fixture can add a touch of mystery or romance. Simple Pergola Lighting 4. Going for a bit more rustic feeling but want a steady light with the flick of a switch?  These vintage pendants, similar to what you can find here at Kloter Farms or Barn Light Electric, could fit the bill. Photo Courtesy of Sandy Koepke 5. So you’re maybe the utilitarian type.  Why not create some lighting with things that you may have around the house? How about hanging some simple mason jars with candles in them? Photo Courtesy of Susan Cohan, APLD 6. Don’t feel like hanging anything?  What’s not to love about a patio table under a pergola with large candles set into classic lanterns? Check out our complete line of patio furniture Candlelight on Patio Furniture by Kloter Farms No matter your taste, style, or budget, by adding some pergola lighting you will add warmth and charm to your outdoor dining. Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window) Related
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Pergola Lighting Design

6 Simple Ideas of Pergola Lighting Photo Courtesy of Getty Images We all look forward to those warm summer evenings that we wish would never end.  Whether it’s an evening of fun with friends splayed out in deck chairs watching children catch fireflies or a quiet one alone, a perfect summer evening is never long enough. But if you are lucky enough to have a pergola or pavilion, you can make it last even longer by adding some simple pergola lighting to your outdoor space. When you think of outdoor lighting, do your thoughts immediately turn to tiki torches? They’re definitely functional and help keep the mosquitoes away, but they just scratch the surface of the options available. Backyard Patio Pergola  Let’s take a look at some simple ideas for pergola lighting 1. String lights have become very popular lately in our culture, and it’s really no surprise. Usually priced at a reasonable rate, these lights come in all shapes and sizes. Hearthside Pergola with simple pergola lighting by Kloter Farms How about the simple ‘Christmas Tree’ concept.  Many of those lights are rated for outdoors so why not string them around the framework of your pergola?  (please be sure to check your package before you mount them to be sure that they are rated for outdoor use) Photo courtesy of Paul Moon Design 2. How about hanging simple lanterns from your pergola’s rafters?  These are simple items that you can find right here at Kloter Farms or Home Goods and while you’re at it, drop an LED candle into it for a subtle twinkling effect. These neutral-colored lanterns are the perfect complement to the bamboo chairs, trumpet vines and colorful flowers in this enchanting garden setting. 3. Another idea would be to hang a candle chandelier for a bit more formal feeling to your pergola lighting. Photo courtesy of Sean Papich Landscape Architecture  Even the simplest fixture can add a touch of mystery or romance. Simple Pergola Lighting 4. Going for a bit more rustic feeling but want a steady light with the flick of a switch?  These vintage pendants, similar to what you can find here at Kloter Farms or Barn Light Electric, could fit the bill. Photo Courtesy of Sandy Koepke 5. So you’re maybe the utilitarian type.  Why not create some lighting with things that you may have around the house? How about hanging some simple mason jars with candles in them? Photo Courtesy of Susan Cohan, APLD 6. Don’t feel like hanging anything?  What’s not to love about a patio table under a pergola with large candles set into classic lanterns? Check out our complete line of patio furniture Candlelight on Patio Furniture by Kloter Farms No matter your taste, style, or budget, by adding some pergola lighting you will add warmth and charm to your outdoor dining.

Pergola Lighting Design

Pergola Lighting Design
Pergola Lighting Design
Pergola Lighting Design
Pergola Lighting Design
Pergola Lighting Design

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