Just grab a wooden board punch out some holes and let the string lights shine through with panache! If you are fascinated by such artistic creations then check these 50 DIY wall art ideas as well.
A good color contrast can add to the scariness with bright orange toothy pumpkins against a blue background accentuating the fern and cross grave marker.Add in a skull for an spooky embellishment.Dark blue light can add to the creep effect.Combine that with a well-lit entrance and fog to send shivers down the spines of visitors.
If you enjoy actual candles and the flicker they give off the lighting below will light its way to your heart.This choice is not only great for backyards and front lawns it would also be ideal for weddings.How romantic would it be to see this style of pathway light shinning through the mystic darkness of the night?!..
A gargoyle benefits from lighting below which accentuates some features and obscures others.What’s tucked beneath his wings? Take a dark front porch and add some dark orange lighting.Then put some bright horror figures in the windows.This is a sure-fire method to scare some people.
Also from Create & Barrel the Cleo Table Lamp is the perfect blend of Mid-Century design and nature-inspired style.A brass base and an ivory shade are the materials of choice…
You can embed the lights into the cement and pretend they do not exist.The design below gives the saying “out of sight out of mind” a whole new meaning one that involves a bit more mystery and creativity.If you do not like the option of having random glowing rods protruding from the sides of your lawn this in-ground lighting might be your friend.