Paint Your Outdoors with 16 Million Colours in Outdoor Lights

DISCLAIMER ~ This post is sponsored by the Philips Hue. All opinions are my own. I only share content that excites me and I feel would be beneficial to Canadian Moms. If you have an outdoor space that could use some outdoor lights to jazz it up, I highly recommend you consider the Philips Hue system.

Parties, low-key nights and day to day outdoor ambiance. The Philip Hue Lily Outdoor Spot Light does it all; creating an ambient vibe for your home.

Lily Outdoor Spot Lights from Philips Hue

If you’re anything like me, you enjoy CHOICE and OPTIONS. Is that you?

I am often non-committal to something permanent or semi-permanent, unless there are options included.

When I learned about the Lily Outdoor Spot Lights from Philips Hue, and the fact that you can create what seems like unlimited combinations of colours with the 16 million colour combinations available, I was on board to test them out.


Lily Outdoor Spot Lights from Philips Hue

I was equally excited when I arrived home one day to the lights fully installed by my husband and son. What a treat! Their feedback was that they were quite simple to install. And they are semi-permanent because we have the small electrical box screwed into the side of our home. AND I’m ok with that because these lights are here to stay.

A light up front walkway.

We decided to install them in our front walk-way as we have had multiple spotlight options over the years, specifically during the winter months and it really excites me to be able to light it up year round.

Lily Outdoor Spot Lights from Philips Hue

This light setup is super convenient as it is connected to the Philips Bridge and therefore we can turn the lights on, off or change their colour from a quick touch in the app on our phones.

Lily Outdoor Spot Lights from Philips Hue

AND there are even timer options available – hello! Imagine this…you’re lying in bed when all of a sudden, you realize that you forgot to turn off the outdoor lights. This is the reality of Mom life, isn’t it? The solution involves rolling over, picking up your phone and opening the app to turn off the lights. It makes these outdoor lights even ore enticing, doesn’t it?

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