Published at Wednesday, 03 October 2018. Lantern Lights. By Beulah Edwards.
In the Victorian era, gas lanterns were the staple, with a traditional Hexagonal shape and forged in bronze or copper. In modern times, many lanterns are still made of copper or brass, some with lacquer coating, or you can get the same look in a cost-effective, powder coated, lightweight aluminum, for a hard-wearing finish.
When considering outdoor post lanterns for your home, the first thing you want to ask yourself is, what are you lighting? This will help determine the size of your outdoor post lanterns and whether you want the beams to face up, down or spread out for maximum lighting coverage. It will also help narrow your choices if you are trying to match other lighting or home design features such as fences, outdoor furniture, or nearby structures.
You can have wall mounted lights if these are close to the house, but the patio umbrella lights are also a good idea. You can also have special tall light posts near these. If you want some of the decorations in your yard to be lighted then you can use the well lights.
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