It goes without saying that we at Outdoor Lighting Perspectives love the holidays, all of them. From outdoor Christmas lights, to patriotic Fourth of July Lights, outdoor holiday décor enhances any holiday, Halloween included.
Outdoor Halloween lighting can be as simple or as complex as you’d like. At OLP, we offer professional Halloween lighting installation for those homeowners that really want to get in the spirit. I was recently sent a picture from our outdoor lighting provider in Pittsburgh that I had to share.
David Perlmutter owns and operates Outdoor Lighting Perspectives of Pittsburgh. His young daughters really wanted him to decorate their house for Halloween and what dad can easily say no to their little girls, right? Needless to say this house will be a favorite for trick or treaters this year.
David’s house already has a beautiful landscape lighting system that accentuates the architecture and textures of the home. For Halloween, he installed orange lens over his existing lights to make the façade look more orange while still highlighting his home. Lens covers or lens gels are available in all colors for the holidays, orange for Halloween, red and green for Christmas or blue for Hanukkah.
The lens covers were a subtle Halloween accent, but not enough for David’s girls. To make his home scream Halloween, he installed roof line C9 lights in purple and orange. For those unfamiliar with C9s, they are a common string light found around the holidays that have a larger bulb. They are one of our most popular holiday lighting products because they are so versatile and are available in all colors.
With the C9s in place, David then wrapped the shorter trees and bushes in his front yard as well as his light post in purple and orange mini lights. Doesn’t the house look great?
Outdoor holiday décor really accentuates a property and brings a little extra cheer to the season. At Outdoor Lighting Perspectives, we provide our clients with a full service holiday lighting option, designing, installing, taking down and storing their holiday lights so it is stress-free.