This post is sponsored by Jasco Products. All thoughts and Opinions are my own.
I am a firm believer in the illumination of life.
There is so much to be said about working to put a good energy and natural exuberance out into the world every day. I never feel this energy more than when the seasons begin to change from spring into summer.
Perhaps it’s the blooming of the flowers or the cleansing of all of the dreariness of winter with those amazing spring showers we are so fortunate to receive, but whatever the case, I look forward to the chance it gives me to reconnect with the outdoors in my own space. To feel and share that light of renewal where I dwell is something pretty incredible.
One of the things I enjoy most is updating the flower beds that stretch along the path to my front door, the entrance to my bright and lively, family domain. Planting new flowers and watching them blossom over the span of the season is something that illuminates my soul beyond words. And when the sun sets on those hot days into the warm nights of summer, I’m left to enjoy a scene of beauty with the power of my Enbrighten Landscape Lights.
Admittedly perfect for year-round, premium quality lighting of my front entry, they really tend to shine when we’re spending so much time outdoors in the spring and summer months.
With remote controlled features, I’m able to wirelessly control and customize the ambiance of the lights with preset holiday themes, effects like strobing and fading, up to 16 single colors and 3 adjustable white light settings – warm white, soft white, and daylight.
Jasco’s new Enbrighten Landscape Lights are sleek, subtle and work well with any outdoor space. They are also quite easy to install. The versatility of the lighting allows for really any sort of mood to be achieved and for anyone to make their space bright and colorful for the spring or summer!
Jasco Enbrighten Landscape Lighting is available at Sam’s Club or can be purchased online.
Watch the lights in action in my video below!
How do you plan to illuminate your season?