L: TouchStone's low-voltage Coppertino Light features a steel hood and riser with a ten-year warranty. Available in 5 finishes (shown in desert sand); $96 ($132 for LED version). Above, R: Also by TouchStone, the low-voltage Del Otero Light provides soft outward indirect lighting. Available in copper, brass or galvanized steel; $72.
Be it brick or cobbles, paving stones or tiles, if you're thinking of putting in a new path, now's the time to do it, says Monty Don
Ooo, low-key lighting for a pathway. This would be nice for a driveway that can be turned on/off and is solar powered. Maybe have a clicker for in your car that toggles the lights, the gate, and the garage?
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