Design your dream outdoor oasis with wired landscape lighting from brands such as Hinkley Lighting and Z-Lite. Whether you're looking for a single light to flank a focal point, like a wall fountain, or multiple lights to highlight your beautiful landscaping, Overstock carries all of the lighting designs you need to complete your outdoor living spaces. Shop selections from Best Quality Lighting when you want to illuminate your entryway or path, or browse Sunset Lighting designs when you want to flood a specific area of your yard with lots of light. Finish off your outdoor decor arrangement with accent lighting, such as decorative solar powered stones or light row clusters, that complement your larger lighting pieces. This collection features numerous smaller lighting options from independent designers that you can hang in trees, nestle in bushes, hang in an entryway, or position erect in the grass. With Overstock, lighting your patio, garden, wall, front yard, backyard or pathway is easier than you've ever imagined. From globe string lights to elegant candelabras, we have it all.
Transform Your Property with Landscape Lighting
Types of Landscape Lighting
When you want to light up your landscape or the exterior of your home, the options are virtually limitless. There are several types of lights that are available for outdoor use including low voltage patio lights, path lights, string lights, hanging lights, lamps, wall sconces, porch lights and more. Most are waterproof and safe to use outside year-round. Whether you want to highlight a wall, light up a pathway, perk up your pergola, illuminate your garden, decorate your deck or shine a little light on any other space outside your home, there's a lighting system that will suit your needs perfectly.
Where to Install Landscape Lights
The best outdoor lighting systems are unobtrusive and illuminate your property without being in the way. Whether you are lighting up your patio, a walkway, your backyard or the front of your home, install lights in rock formations or shrubs to keep the fixtures out of the way. Use flood lights to illuminate large areas, or opt for string lights to create a pleasant twinkle. When installing path lights, make sure there are no cables or wires crossing the pathway. Solar lights are a great option that are easier on your energy bill and can be installed farther from power sources. Solar panels can be hidden away among foliage to ensure beautiful lighting without a distracting panel in sight. Solar is affordable, and solar lights have become a popular alternative to traditional wired lighting. Deck and patio lights are a nice way to shed some extra light on your favorite gathering places, and post lights add a distinguished touch. Use uplighting to create a dramatic effect.
Matching Outdoor Lights to Your Personal Style
No matter what you prefer, there are outdoor lighting solutions that will suit your taste perfectly. Fixtures come in a wide variety of styles, and changing the appearance of the light itself is as simple as choosing the right bulb. Opt for incandescent bulbs for a warm white glow, or choose LEDs for a brighter, whiter white. Halogen lights are another popular option brighten your outdoor space or to create the perfect ambiance by installing dimmer lights. Use globe string lights for a fun, funky look or choose downlighting to accentuate certain parts of your home or property. Incorporate path lighting to safely guide guests to your outdoor spaces, or use flood lights to give the entire area a bright, festive glow. With outdoor lighting, the options are truly limitless.
Landscape Lighting Safety Features
When shopping for landscape lights, safety should always be a top priority. Choose only lights that are designed for outdoor use, and opt for low voltage lighting for additional safety. In addition to being safer, systems that run on less voltage are compatible with a wider range of bulbs and they may be more eco-friendly cost less to operate. Low voltage landscape lighting offers numerous benefits, and it's likely the best choice for your home. Trying to install your own lights can be extremely dangerous, so for maximum safety, we recommend leaving installation to the professionals.