Enhance Your Bellevue Estate: Discover Elegant Outdoor Lighting Solutions for Luxury Living
Northwest Outdoor Lighting specializes in transforming Bellevue's luxury properties with bespoke outdoor lighting solutions.
Landscape Lighting Installation
Our professional installation service guarantees a seamless integration of lighting systems into your landscape, enhancing the ambiance and safety of your outdoor space.
Controlling Your Lights
Stay ahead with cutting-edge technology through our smart-phone lighting systems, offering you the convenience of controlling your outdoor lighting with just a tap. Additionally, our photo cells and timers ensure energy efficiency and automated control, adapting to natural light conditions and your lifestyle.
Yearly Lighting Maintenance Service
Northwest Outdoor Lighting is also committed to the longevity of your investment. Our Yearly Maintenance service ensures your lighting system remains in pristine condition, preserving its beauty and functionality season after season.
Trust us to illuminate your Bellevue property with elegance, innovation, and reliability.
Why We Love Bellevue
Bellevue, the third-largest city in the Seattle metropolitan area, is more than just an edge city or a boomburb. It's a vibrant community that has captured our hearts. CNN Money and USA Today were spot on when they repeatedly ranked Bellevue among the nicest cities to live in America, and it's easy to see why. This cosmopolitan gem is home to 145 companies, and its bustling streets are lined with top-notch shopping and dining spots like The Lodge, Bellevue Square, and One Lincoln Tower. But what really sets Bellevue apart are the stunning views of the Olympic and Cascade Mountains, offering a breathtaking backdrop that reminds us of Washington's incredible natural beauty right from downtown. It's no surprise that Bellevue, aptly named for its “beautiful view” by the French, has such a special place in our hearts.
Bellevue's charm extends beyond its urban allure. Each July, the city celebrates its rich cultural tapestry with the annual Bellevue Arts and Crafts Fair, an event that showcases the unique artistic spirit of the area. The Bellevue Arts Museum, a beacon of creativity, not only opens its doors for this event but also offers an array of classes and workshops all year round. The nearby Meydenbauer Center, with its 410-seat theater, enriches our lives with operas, ballets, and orchestral performances. Bellevue truly embodies Washington’s innovative spirit in commerce, creativity, and ecology.
Our love for Bellevue shines through in every outdoor lighting service we provide to its homeowners. From crafting bespoke outdoor lighting design schematics to the meticulous installation process, our experiences with Bellevue homeowners have deepened our appreciation for this wonderful city. We're not just lighting up homes; we're illuminating a community we're proud to be a part of
Nearby Areas of Interest:
Bellevue, Washington, is a city rich in diversity and charm, reflected in its 16 distinct neighborhoods. Each neighborhood brings its own unique character and offerings to the city. Each of Bellevue’s neighborhoods contributes to the city's reputation as a vibrant, diverse, and welcoming community, making it one of the most desirable places to live in the Pacific Northwest. Below are a few of the neighborhoods where you'll find our work.
Nestled by Bridle Trails State Park, Bridle Trails is Bellevue's equestrian neighborhood area, with acres of residential property devoted to pastures and trails for horses. Many of the homes in Bridle Trails have equestrian facilities such as barns and pastures, and all residents enjoy the vast green spaces and peaceful ambience found in this rural section of Bellevue.
Our client at this property close to the trails was looking for a warm and welcoming environment that outdoor lighting provides. Upon our design consultation, we were immediately hired to create a lighting design system and install before the dark nights of the PNW took over. Precision and expertise are highlighted on this property with so much stone work that surrounded the property.
Settled in a woodsy area of Bellevue, the Beaux Arts district was originally founded as an artist's colony. With exclusive access to its private beach, affluent residents and their guests can enjoy Lake Washington within walking distance of their home. Homeowners describe the neighborhood as having a small town feel while still remaining close to larger employers and metropolitan areas. Many of the homes in this area are diverse in architectural design. A major draw for visitors: the Mercer Slough Nature Park.
A homeowner in this area asked that we create and design an outdoor lighting system that included his love for the Seahawks. With a rainbow of outdoor lighting color options to provide, it was a unique ask that we were proud to assist in!
From Clyde Hill’s many higher elevations, Residents of this small city enjoy spectacular views of Lake Washington, Mount Rainer, the Olympic Mountains, the Cascade Mountain range and the Seattle or Bellevue skyline. The City's park-like towering evergreens and a lush profusion of northwestern foliage on public and private property are the pride of its friendly citizens and a delight to visitors.
The sylvan look and feel of Yarrow Point, a small residential community bordered on three sides by Lake Washington, offers residents a welcome respite from the pressures of modern life. Formed to preserve its unique characteristics in the face of a changing Puget Sound, one fourth of the homes in Yarrow Point enjoy waterfront locations or water access, while the remaining three quarters offer views ranging from expansive to territorial.
At one time, a camping ground for the Sammamish Indians, the residential community of Hunts Point is one of the smallest municipalities in Washington, yet its proximity to Seattle and Bellevue makes it a highly desirable place to live. Hunts Point residents enjoy access to Lake Washington and the activities and views afforded by waterfront living, as well as the privacy of life in an urban forest.