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Plow & Hearth Solar Path Lights Review

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I’ve wanted some outdoor path lighting for such a long time, and I finally got some! I ordered these solar path lights from Plow & Hearth for my front walkway, and I couldn’t love them more! Gorgeous, huh?

Plow & Hearth solar path lights

They come in a set of 4 and stand about 23″ high. I chose them in that beautiful bronze color, but they’re also available in zinc.

I was happy to see when they arrived that they were going to be super easy to put together and install. The die cast aluminum stakes were heavy duty, and since I needed to pound them into the ground, I appreciated their solid construction.

solar path light installation

The bottom of each light has an on/off switch, which I think is a really nice feature to have.

base of solar light

Each head comes with 6 super bright white LED lights, which when fully charged will light for up to 10 hours. With the powder coated steel casing in that rich bronze color and these beautiful glass lamps, the set adds such an air of elegance to my outdoor landscaping.

solar light brightness

Since I often get deliveries after dark, I really appreciate that it’s a much safer trip for anyone coming up my front sidewalk.

solar path lights

I love that they illuminate the walkway, but do so without an obnoxious brightness. They serve as a beautiful accent to the exterior of my home. I absolutely love them!

solar path lights

Buy It! You can purchase this high quality set of Solar Path Lights for $99.95 at Plow & Hearth. They’d make a lovely addition to anyone’s home.

 

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I received the above mentioned item for review, and the opinions expressed in this post are my own honest opinions of the product.

About Liz

Liz Mays is a lifestyle, food and travel blogger living in coastal North Carolina. If she's not in her kitchen creating recipes, she's probably off on another whirlwind travel adventure, scrapbooking her photos and memories, curled up watching a movie or sound asleep.

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    I need new curtains, and really like these:
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