Published at Monday, October 01st 2018. by Maricela Ray in Lantern Lights.
When you are planning your outdoor lantern lighting you should first consider how to shine more light on your outdoor room with less electricity. Particularly with outdoor lantern lighting it is important to verify the best possible angles from which to mount your outdoor lantern lighting. With this information you can determine the number of lights that you need, which outdoor lantern lighting system works best for your home, and where they should be mounted.
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.
The simplest form of a lantern, and most likely the first, is the candle lantern. A candle is placed in a metal box with glass sides and an open top. We all know of the kerosene lantern, also referred to as a hurricane lantern. This type lantern was commonly used from the 19th century into the middle of the 20th century. This lantern, or a version of, is still used by campers and other outdoorsmen. The kerosene lantern is ruggedly built for portability. The metal chimney and side tubes supports the glass globe and enhance the draft of air reaching the flame. Horse drawn carriages, railroad cars and ships were other early uses of the kerosene lantern.
Oriental, nautical, arts & craft and traditional are just a few of the types of outdoor post lanterns available online, with glass styles offered in a variety of colors, finishes and thicknesses. Generally, your lamp will range from 1 to 2 feet in height, with a post starting at lengths of 3 to 4 feet and longer. Posts and lamps can be purchased separately on many online websites, with vivid color photographs and intricate detailing to make decision-making, ordering and shipping easy.
In order to determine your final choice of outdoor lighting pieces you have to decide on where they should be placed. It is best to light only the corners that will be used during the dark hours - the sitting spaces such as tables and chairs, benches and chaise lounge areas.
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