Gazebo is one of best spots to relax, but when at night, is it still the coziest place to have relaxation? It will be the same if you have turned it into the most enchanting one. The solution is by attaching some gazebo lighting fixtures. Lighting up your gazebo isn’t difficult. You have many options of gazebo lighting products to choose from, but first of all, it’s a must to choose what kind of lighting you’re gonna be used. The fixtures come in several types: battery-powered lamps, solar lamps, and low-lighted lamps. Below, I’ve collected ten options of gazebo lighting ideas that probably will be your inspiration. Find one that fits your preference and need, and be ready to see your new fascinating gazebo.
This gazebo lighting fixture is designed by Arteriors. Its unique design give an accented look, while its red light effect brings elegance and dramatic. With cedar lattice panels on each gazebo’s sides, these panels allow this flaming red light goes through, producing so beautiful lighting effect seen from the outer of gazebo.
It’s so awesome! Grill instead of standard fireplace, and the construction looks lighter in color due to light wood material. To stand out the construction at night, the designer adds the string lights along the construction. Why string lights? They’re simpler but keep striking in the dark.
Illuminate your gazebo with such low-glows that exactly will drive your mood. With low yellow lighting effect, the fixtures create visual warmth, and look at the design, I think the lampshades look like the layers of upside-down woven baskets and fish traps. So creative! They’ll create the great lighting shades.
A couple of traditional pendants maybe enough for such sturdy gazebo. The lighting fixtures softly illuminate the space with low light, intentionally installed for a romantic & dramatic look. To create more intense lighting effect, the designer puts the fixture for each gazebo’s corner.
A patio with sparkling pergola. I really love the furniture; dark and red are a beautiful contrast for me. Pergola with high-intense glows here makes the space more ‘crunchy’. This space, of course, will be the lightest one in your backyard.
Really perfect! This mediterranean patio is completed with a fire pit, comfy seating area, and pergola garnished with low-lighted strings of mini bulbs. The lighting here is simple, just producing warmer and dimmer lighting effect. When the dark comes, the space starts turning into an inviting place, matching for intimate gatherings.
An echo-friendly patio in Tuscan style. This construction is built from durable and sturdy iron lattice for wall panels and iron canopy. To meet the grand theme, an echo-friendly estate, all parts of enclosure is coated in green, the similar scheme to existed vines. And the traditional chandelier becomes the one and only source of illumination in this ‘garden’ patio. The fixture just offers low-powered light effect to whole area. Romantic!
You can also use landscape/ path lighting in different & unique way. To light your patio up, for example, sounds so effective as you change its function as a pendant that’s tied on patio’s ceilings.
I think this construction is too grand. It’s too much in implementing the green. But it’s okay for you guys who love such a fresh and eye-striking scheme. The benefit is this green lime looks so nicely cohesive with the greens in the backyard. About lighting, it’s the best piece. They simply present modernity.
Yes, all is in Moroccan style. Colorful outdoor lanterns are built in custom. Here, the designer wants to emphasize these Moroccan lanterns and arched doors as the focal points.