Let’s face it, it’s difficult to light up your spa gazebo. What exactly is the proper way to instill some light into your backyard structure? Will fluorescent lights do? Possibly. although with such a compact space, it might prove to be too bright. How about Christmas lights (known as “fairy lights” when it’s not the holidays)? Though pretty, they may not be bright enough to let you see inside the space during the night. And when all else fails, you can always trust candles to light your way! Though they’re a bit of a fire hazard, candles can light up any space with just the right brightness and mood.
How exactly should you go about lighting candles inside your home gazebo? Well, there’s a number of ways. Fortunately, many of them allow you to be versatile and not have to make their set-up too permanent. And it’s always key to remember that, when lighting your home gazebo with candles, the mood is very important. Here are just some great ways on how you can do it.
This may seem a little far-fetch for you, but hear it out. An old-school chandelier, one where you light candles up on the ceiling with long sticks, is practically one of the safest ways you can incorporate candles in your home gazebo. Not to mention they’re extremely beautiful. They’ll light your entire structure up without any risk of it burning down the ground. Just remember to always take the flames out before you leave. Also, it’s always better if you have some extra stored inside the gazebo in case one melts away.
Admit it, the one thing you’d want to place inside your home gazebo is a big hot tub. There’s nothing to be ashamed about it; it’s common for home gazebos to house jacuzzi pools. But when it comes to lighting the structure, try to go for floating lights. This will work best when you have a hot date. The somber lighting of the floating candles would create the perfect intimate mood for a romantic dip in the jacuzzi. What’s more, it’s bound to be a great snapshot for your social media too!
The Scented Variety
More often than not, home gazebos are built to become personal spas. If you don’t want to go all the way to a luxury resort and pay for their expensive services, a home spa in your gazebo is a great alternative. And when it comes to lighting it, you’d want to tone it down a bit so you can relax. The best option for such are scented candles. They’ll not only light up your space just right, but they’ll also promote aromatherapy for your soothing needs!
Ever been to baroque churches and saw those sculpted angels on the pillars holding up candles? Well, you can actually do that exact same thing in your home gazebo. No, you don’t have to sculpt … Read More