Spike Lighting

Spike lighting is ideal for use in gardens as they can be easily repositioned as the planting matures.

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    1.Create a focus

    Spike lights can be used to create a focus light onto a specific feature such as a tree or sculpture. This can be used to extend the view down the garden and give depth to the space.

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    2.Use to floodlight

    Wider areas can be lit using spikes with a flood beam, rather than a spot. This is useful for uplighting a hedge or brick wall where a diffused effect is needed.

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    3.Light low-level planting

    Low-level bedding can be lit as infill light between features. The lighting tends to be raised above the planting and directed back down to prevent glare.

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    4.Positioning

    The beauty of the spike lights is that they can be repositioned for the best effect. The planting changes from season to season and over time as it grows so the lighting needs to be adaptive.

  • Carella spiked spot lights low level planting

    5.Get the look

    For focus light to features use the Kew or Kensington and for a wash use the Richmond or Hampton. For low level bedding the Hampton is again a good option but also consider the Portobello and, for a twinkle candle-like effect, the Carella.

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