Kichler Cathedral 15415TZT Landscape Light - 14.3 in. - Textured Tannery Bronze$976.60
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What Satisfied Customers Are SayingKichler Lizard Deck LightsBy Dan from Turlock, CA on 4/3/2015Ordered three of these and was just stunned at house high quality they were when I received them and their presence lighting up a deco post that backs to our new deck is simply priceless..they are simply a marvelous touch to a project I have worked two months on...thank youExceeded expectationsBy Margery from Prattville, AL on 11/30/2014These little lights put out a great deal of illumination. I had to re-position one of them due to a street light reflecting off of the light and preventing it from turning on a night. Once that was done, it worked perfectly.Quick, accurate deliveryBy Jeff from AKRON, OH on 7/31/2014High quality, original equipment products. Great shipping savings, too!LIGHT THE NIGHTBy Marcia from ROCKFORD, MI on 9/21/2013I am going to use these under a pine tree as you walk up to my home. I have a bird bath from you under the tree also. I am so excited to put it all together! Thanxgreat landscaping accent!By Mary from MARYVILLE, TN on 7/11/2013I purchased two strings of the 10v lights which I plan to use to highlight my new landscaping. I will be placing these so they shine up on tall bushes and highlight the flowers and generally create a feature at night at the front of my house.Show More Great Reviews
Illuminate Your Landscaping Efforts
You’ve spent a great amount of time, money, and effort to landscape your yard. Make sure you can show it off even when the sun goes down! Landscape lighting is key to maximizing your outdoor space, and can enhance summertime get-togethers. Well-placed lights can add ambiance, showcase special décor, illuminate pathways, and highlight unique architecture.
We’ve rounded up a few tips for tackling your own lighting project. If you’re just starting out, be sure to use the lights to mark parameters, such as where a walkway leads. Placing flood lights below tree and shining the light up (uplighting) is a trending technique, and provides a subtle glow to your yard. Smaller lights can be used to highlight uniquely textured plants and blooms. Balance is important, so make sure to consider the overall scene if you have landscaping on only one side of your home.
Just as there are many plant varieties to suit individual needs, there are many options for landscape lighting. Whether you’re looking for traditional, contemporary, or bohemian styles, we’ll be your guiding light. We offer commercial and decorative lights, hanging lanterns, pathway lights, post & bollard lights, and tiered lights.