Outdoor lighting is the best way to make your backyard look even brighter and cozier for the warm summer evenings. The most important thing is that you do not need to spend lots of money on your new exterior, most of it can be done on your own with the least funds spent.
Photo 1-3: Outdoor LightingSource: bego lekuona, StoneGable, Canadian Log Homes
Photo 4-9: Outdoor LightingSource: Gray House Studio, Target, Target
An outdoor fireplace is a perfect addition to your newly done backyard string lights. And it does not matter if there are simple tiny lights or fancy flower-shaped ones.
Photo 10-15: Outdoor LightingSource: All Things Heart and Home, Keep Calm and Decorate, Martha Stewart
With the national holiday coming, you can come up with some patriotic ideas on how to light up your yard a bit. Just paint the national flag on the candle jars. As simple and perfect as it sounds.
Photo 16-21: Outdoor LightingSource: Riverhouse Catering, Homesthetics, Garden Therapy
Tin can lanterns are perfect for the diy ideas. Put a can full of water into the freezer, take it out when it’s frozen and depict the pattern you like with hammer and nails. Put a candle in. Done!
Photo 22-27: Outdoor LightingSource: Sarah Raven, Gardener's, Gardener's
For those who seek magic in everything around them, we suggest these magical ways of lighting your porch or backyard. Just look at these fantastic fairy-dust lanterns!
Photo 28-33: Outdoor LightingSource: Plow & Hearth
If there are lots of trees in your backyard, then wrap them with white rope lights. The atmosphere of comfort and warmth is granted! Invite your friends and spend an amazing evening!