When it comes to making a home look nice, it often comes down to the little things we wouldn’t usually even think about.
It’s like when you go to a medium-fancy dinner party and there’s a bowl on the end table full of softball-sized wicker orbs. Yeah…that seems right somehow, but how exactly does a person get to a point in their life where they know that the thing missing from the living room is a bowl of wicker orbs?
Later you’ll go into the bathroom and there will be a piece of driftwood sitting in a glass tray of stones on the back of the toilet tank. Outside, the house number is probably on a plaque attached to a big rock next to the driveway. It all just works.
But seriously, was that rock just there? Did they…buy it? Where do you buy a big rock like that and how is it delivered? This seems expensive, certainly for a rock and especially when you can stick those house numbers right on your mailbox for like $3.99.
So many questions.
But back to the point, exterior pathway lighting is one of those little things that can make a big difference in how the outside of your house looks. And unlike house number rocks and toilet driftwood, these have the functional benefit of providing light so that people can see. You know…as they walk up to your house to be ultimately disappointed by your lack of table orbs.
The only way you could get a more practical bang for your buck is if you also got a couple that kill bugs. Let’s see some toilet driftwood do that.