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Create a Mood with Solar Garden Statues

Posted by kaviiks on August 21, 2008

A solar statue can highlight a mood.

A solar statue can highlight a mood.

Solar garden statues add a mood to the garden and are just one of the ways of adding a whimsical touch. The number of solar statues available today make these additions to the garden, a fascinating and sometimes, personal one. After all, the garden is our place of refuge, a thinking area where we can extend our thoughts and spend a quiet solitude hearing and appreciating the sounds of nature. Solar statues which highlight a type that we can relate to, not only adds a mood but may serve some decorative and functional use. Although we do not recommend that you totally depend on such statues to light up your pathway, one cannot ignore the decorative aspects that arise from the use of such a statue. Having a unique sculpture that adds a sense of beauty and appeal to the garden certainly does much in also elevating the overall aesthetic appeal of the garden.

Be discriminating about the choice of statuary that you use for the garden. Do not overcrowd with too much statuary. If you are seeking to add a solar garden statue, choose one or two that you can relate to and use them to either highlight a niche in your garden or as a lovely piece to set along the pathway or driveway. You can also nestle your solar statue amongst the foliage and greenery to create a mystery but be careful not to hide the lovely glow that the statue is designed to create.

 
Written by Elaine T. for Kaviik’s Accents
© 2008 Kaviik’s Accents Inc. All Rights Reserved

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