12 Solar Powered Landscape Lights You Haven’t Seen Before
This is not your typical solar landscape lighting…
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These unique solar powered path lights mimic the flickering flames of tiki torches. And, they never need rechargeable batteries. Rather, they use solar energy to charge by collecting solar energy all day, and then automatically turn on at dusk, casting soft, pleasant light.
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This integrated solar lamp design creates a beautiful hue from the ground up. Designed for pavement illumination, these outdoor walkway lights fit seamlessly in the ground, making for an incredibly natural look. You may also like these stay-put solar powered path lights.
Want to take it back a couple of decades with your landscape lighting? Check out these retro hanging solar lanterns that create a sultry ambiance for those late-night backyard parties in the summer. Hang them on a porch, in the trees, from a pergola or set them right on a table top. With proper sun exposure, the lanterns will turn on automatically, and can last for 8 hours or more at night!
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Make your starry night a little brighter with these solar lanterns. The versatile lanterns can be hung from trees, placed on the ground or they can line a walkway. Place them in direct sunlight for maximum display after sunset.
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Solar-Powered Garden Chandelier
This stunning vintage chandelier will bring a whole new level of elegance to your landscape lighting. Perfect for after-dark outdoor dining, this handmade solar-powered garden chandelier comes with a 6-foot chain, making it a major statement piece.
This adorable solar garden light gnome is great for gardens, walkways, steps and cottages. The solar panel will collect the sun’s energy during the day and convert it into electrical power that’s stored in the rechargeable battery so you can illuminate your yard with this fun little character.
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Add a little character to your landscape lighting with this solar-powered robot statue. Simply place the robot in a position that has direct access to natural sunlight, and the solar-powered eyes and chest of the robot will automatically ignite when it gets dark. You’ll get up to 8 hours of use from this unique solar light on a full charge. Are you fascinated by robots? Then check out these 19 incredibly awesome DIY robot creations.
These amorphous solar panels will gather and store sunlight even on overcast days, so you can have a beautiful glow lighting your stairs and walkways after sunset. Featuring an aluminum housing with a bronze finish, they provide 6 to 8 hours of light to keep you safe even on the darkest of nights.
For landscape lighting that creates a subtle outline around your yard, try out these solar-powered fence post caps. These outdoor walkway lights are a great way to softly illuminate your outdoor walkway, yard or staircase.
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This delicate crane features a feathered filigree design that holds an integral solar panel. Charged by the sun during the day, the metal silhouette creates a glowing sculpture for your yard. You can control the LED by an accessible on-off switch, and, when fully charged, the light provides up to 6 hours of light. You can even buy a few of these beautiful birds and stagger them along your walkway.
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Ignite the night by lighting up your trees for a wedding or other party using these dainty solar fairy string lights. The tiny specs of light throughout the branches above will create a magical feeling all around. You’ll get a total of 100 LED bulbs, an on/off switch and a charging time of 4 to 8 hours.
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