7 ways to use groundlights


Are you stuck for ideas? Looking for inspiration for your next interior or exterior project? Look no further, LED ground lights are the perfect versatile solution. Keep reading for 7 different ideas for using them in your next project.

1. Use small lights with a narrow beam to make a garden look more dramatic at night. The narrow beam angle creates specific lit areas without flooding areas with too much light. This effect is also perfect for uplighting building exteriors as it keeps the light between windows, without lighting the inside.

Suggested lights; GL019 SPOTGL040GL090.

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2. Change the colour of flowers and plants with our colour change range. Pick a colour and create different moods from the comfort of your arm chair with our range of colour change controllers.

Suggested lights; GL040CARGBGL090RGBWGL007RGBW

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3.      If you can’t decide on a colour for a building, use large colour change ground lights to change the colour of the exterior at the touch of a button.

Suggested lights; GL007RGBWGL008RGBW

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4.      Use small, subtle ground lights indoors to add a layer of low-level light to your scheme. Add to bedrooms for soft light, perfect for early mornings when other lights would be too harsh. Use our low glare ground lights with integral baffles for an even softer tone of light.

Suggested lights; GL018GL019 LGGL050

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5.      Highlight steps, pathways and arches to light the way through outdoor spaces at night. Position the light to run across steps using a narrow beam angle so that the edge of the steps are not lost causing a trip hazard.

Suggested lights; GL019 SGL021GL022GL034AWL339WL340WL341WL342

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6.      Light up trees with strong beams to add a beautiful natural feature to a garden or outdoor spaces. Create a feature that stands out by using a different colour temperature to that of the rest of the lighting scheme.

Suggested lights; GL007AGL008AGL009A

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7.      They’re also a great alternative to downlights, use them outside to light soffits and inside to light shelves and niches.

Suggested lights; GL040GL090GL019

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