Light Your Patio, Deck & Pathways

By Kurt Anderson
Published: May 14, 2010
So here’s the dilemma: When the sun goes down, your day at the cabin is far from over. Whether it’s entertaining guests or having a peaceful evening on the deck with family, you want to be able to see your companions without shining a flashlight in their faces.
But when you install lighted pathways to the lake or the guest cabin, you want to provide enough light to safely get where you’re going, without creating a landing strip out of your cabin yard. The best in outdoor lighting is easy on the eyes while complementing your cabin and yard, accentuating their best features.
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