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Interview with Landscape Lighting Pro Michael Gotowala

We sat down with award-winning lighting and landscape designer Michael Gotowala of Preferred Properties Landscaping to talk about what a homeowner should know about landscape lighting.

Outdoor lighting is the fastest growing landscaping trend out there and one of the most dramatic improvements you can make to your home. “The three basic benefits are beauty, safety and security,” he notes.  Illumination can be breathtaking in its beauty as well as extremely practical because it keeps your home safe and secure and enables you to enjoy more hours outdoors.

“My customers are really excited about the whole artistic aspect. Think of it as painting a picture of the landscape at night, using lights to achieve the look a homeowner wants. I tell them that outdoor lighting is both functional and aesthetic. It is an art to understand how…

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"A Fabulous Outdoor Kitchen celebrates the lifestyle of the owners"- Michael Gotowala founder of THE OUTDOOR KITCHEN DESIGN STORE by Preferred Properties Lsc, inc. Awarded nationally by HEARTH & HOME as ONE of BEST TOP 30 OUTDOOR ROOMS- Aug, 2016. For more insight on OUTDOOR LIVING FABULOUSLY go to . 24 Outdoor kitchens featured nationally in publications such as GREENWICH GIRL, OUTDOOR LIVING HOME WESTCHESTER, SIGNATURE KITCHEN & BATH, HEARTH & HOME, LUXE, CASUAL LIVING, LANDSCAPE CONTRACTOR and hard cover book BEST SIGNATURE OUTDOOR KITCHENS. Outdoor Kitchen FABULOUS editorial contributor to Greenwich Girl Magazine. Selected on panel of EXPERTS Hamptons Magazine. Connecticut's BEST in outdoor Kitchens featured on HOUZZ. Michael is president and founder of THE OUTDOOR KITCHEN DESIGN STORE- creator of THE Outdoor Kitchen Collection designed with the chef in mind. HAMPTONSFABULOUS.COM The HAMPTONSFABULOUS.COM Outdoor Kitchen Collection
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