Inspired by the days of Sir
Lancelot and King Arthur, this outdoor post top in black creates a warm and inviting welcome presentation for your home's exterior Bulb is not included 1 Year Limited Warranty
Pier mount in a fine bronze
finish. Features clear hand-blown glass and antiqued candles. Accommodates a 3" post. Fine Art Lamps is world-renowned for original, elegant lighting designs favored by discerning designers, architects, consumers, and luxury homebuilders. Exquisite finishes are the company's hallmark, ...
The timeless, mission styling of the
Portland family displays clean lines to suit both contemporary and traditional decors. Clear beveled glass paired with black comprised of cast aluminum which withstands nature’s seasonal elements. Warranty: 1 Year Manufacturers Warranty Bulb is not included
Everyone knows where outdoor post lighting goes. You might more commonly call it a lamppost. It's that light that sits next to your sidewalk and helps light your way before you get to the porch. Drive up and down the block and you'll notice that just about every house has one. If a house doesn't have one, it looks strange, like something is missing. Don't let your house look strange. Light your walkway with a post mount or a pier mount bracket post light from top brands like Hinkley, Z Lite and Livex Lighting. And remember quality is important for a light like this. Nothing is more exposed to the elements than an outdoor post light. There is typically no overhanging, no wall to shield it from one side. By its very nature, an outdoor post light is by itself.
A: The good thing about outdoor post lights is that they offer a variety of benefits. They offer safety, security, comfort, decorative touches and and curb appeal. Safety comes from not stumbling around on a walkway or yard while walking to the door at night. Lighting is a crime deterrent, so it offers security. Comfort applies to your ability to use your outdoor areas more frequently and easily because they're well illuminated. The outdoor post can accent your home and the things around it. Finally, all of the first three give a home curb appeal, plus lighting just makes a home seem more inviting.
Q: What is the right size and type for an outdoor post lamp?
A: Shorter heights are best for smaller spaces such as gardens, while taller heights might work better near driveways or sidewalks. Obviously, in your garden the area to illuminate is lower to the ground and it needs less light in general.