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Landscape Lights

You've put a lot of work into your property, and it deserves to be showcased even after nightfall. Outdoor landscape lights are used to highlight trees, gardens, fountains, walkways and anything else that you want to call attention to. Not only are these lights beautiful in their own right, but they also increase general nighttime visibility, which improves safety and discourages would-be intruders. Destination Lighting has hundreds of exterior lighting options for homeowners and businesses who want to light up their landscape.

Shop now and find several styles of landscape lights from trusted names such as WAC Lighting, Progress Lighting, Hinkley Lighting and Kichler Lighting. Flood lights and spotlights are the most adaptable form of outdoor lighting. Use them as uplighting to illuminate a flagpole, as downlighting to shine on a pond or let them blaze across a row of shrubbery. These spotlights are specially designed for use with trees. Step and pathway lights are popular for lining walkways, and in-ground well lights add a remarkable upward glow to water or architectural features.

The companies who designed this gorgeous lighting have also come up with ways to make it more efficient so more people can afford it. LED landscape light fixtures last longer and use less energy, giving you more beauty for less money. Destination Lighting also has a growing selection of low voltage landscape lights that are easier to install and safe to operate in wet conditions. We still carry plenty of line voltage lights for commercial and public spaces along with CFL, halogen, HPS and incandescent bulbs if that's what your project demands.

Count on more than 100 years of lighting industry experience by shopping with the Destination Lighting family. We have low prices every day on quality lighting along with landscape light installation kits, transformers, posts, rock guards and other parts you'll need. Check out our Pocket Guide to Landscape Lighting for information and techniques to get more out of your landscape lights.