A rebar net hanging from the ceiling is sporting small glass jars with an assortment of succulents and cactuses, which have been allowed to grow during the summer. Plants like this in small glass jars are very good at creating patio greenery, and you don’t have to be too strict about the watering. Not that the plants grow in any way fast, but so the view doesn’t get obstructed either!
Some weeks ago, I mounted led lamps from Airam’s Kajo series on the net. I wanted to prepare the terrace lighting in ample time for late summer’s darkening nights, for once.
I thought for a while about how to position the lamps in the net. I started out hanging them in a traditional way, but that made the overall impression too rowdy. So, I moved the lamps to the top of the net. The Kajo lamps are suitable both for indoors and outdoors use. The changeable led lamps have bulbs of glass and contain ten leds in all. The light has a warm white hue.
I have ordered warm nights because it is nice to sit on the patio and enjoy the patio feeling of late summer.
The writer, Sanna Rasku, publishes a blog named Kukkala about using flowers and plants in domestic decoration both indoors and outdoors.