Thinking about Selling Your Home! Create a Competitive Advantage!

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In today’s market, homes are being listed every day. How do you create a competitive advantage so you can receive a higher sales price and still get your home sold. There are many construction projects that will help you with curbside appeal but thinking outside of the box is the best thought. Create something that no one else has in their home or a slight difference. Here are a few ideas just on lighting to hopefully spark an idea for you. Remember not all showings are at night, so have a professional photographer capture the environment for you to show on the Internet as well in the home.

Lighting Your Back Yard! Great Project to Create a Competitive Advantage.

Lighting the Way
You can illuminate a garden walkway, deck, or patio to dramatic effect using a variety of landscape lighting options. Here, Mission-inspired lanterns on post mounts cast a soft glow over the adjacent stone path.

Off the Wall
With an LED bulb concealed under its dome, this fixture’s beautiful scrollwork detailing remains unobstructed, and its beauty is further enhanced by a vintage rust finish.

Bring a bit of nature-inspired whimsy and charm into your garden or patio area with cattail garden accent lights.

Sun Bricks
These solar-powered LED lights come in the form of flush-to-the-ground patio pavers—a great option for illuminating pathways. Plus, they don’t add to your electric bill!

Tricked Out Trees
Illuminating landscape features creates an atmosphere that will make you want to live outdoors! Simple uplighting can highlight your trees without detracting from the beauty of the cool, dark night.

The Tiki Torch
If you want to go low-tech, tiki torches can add a tropical party mood to your patio space. They are generally inexpensive and easy to move from place to place, making a lovely and casual addition to any outdoor area!

Starry Nights
Create your own starry nights with miniature LED string lights attached to bendable wire. They are perfectly suited to being wrapped around tree branches and railings for a dreamy design.

Japanese Lanterns
Lighting is also about creating a mood. A series of solar-powered Japanese paper lanterns suspended from the trees gives warmth to the patio beneath.

Halley’s” Comet
Create a glowing ambiance anywhere in your backyard with this arcing LED lighting creation from Vibia—now that’s illuminating!

Deck Lights
Deck lighting is a great way to add ambiance to your outdoor space. Picking a Transitional One Light Deck is a simple, modern fixture perfect for bringing your deck to life at night.

Well Light
This recessed well light from Kichler is a great in-ground lighting option. Shaded with heat-resistant glass, it features a hand-painted architectural bronze finish and is suitable for wet locations.

Tiffany Path Light
The Tiffany Path Light, with its stained Tiffany art glass shade and stylized hook, is a perfect blend of beauty and functionality.

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