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Do you have a frequent burglar visiting through your garden? Gone are the days of electronic security systems. Instead, garden lights can provide you with added flair to your flowers and landscaping, but also provide an affordable security alternative. At least your burglar will look pretty in the headlights.
Garden lights embody security, beauty and safety. We should no longer rely on the big ball of gas in the sky that happens to shine only a few hours of the day. Your vegetation deserves more than that. Opt in for some great vintage garden lights to ensure that your garden presentation is up to par, and to encourage friends and families to enjoy those BBQ get-togethers in peak summer.
The origin of vintage garden lightsLandscape lighting, or garden lighting, originated from the 17th century to illuminate private gardens or public landscapes as a form of enhancement, whether it was for safety, night time, aesthetics, recreation, accessibility or sport purposes.
In simpler times, it would have sufficed with wood and firelight. Technological innovations from the 19th century resulted in gas lighting and thus electric lighting in the 20th century. In more modern times, we have since alternated to sustainable, reusable sources of energy to keep up with the high demand for garden lights.
This popularity for the style, type and use for garden lighting for your home dates back to the 18th century, as the importance of the interior was just as important as the exterior. The interior embodies the private, but does that prevent the onlookers and tourists from peering over your garden gate?