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Now that your New Year’s resolutions have been written (and some of them already forgotten), it’s time to start planning that spring landscaping project. Whether you’re in for a total overhaul or only need a little sprucing up, exterior lighting is a great place to start.

Troy Lighting’s Deep Reflector fixtures brighten even in the daytime, part of the brand’s RLM collection that offers a series of fixtures inspired by factory shades of the early 20th century. The nostalgic lamps pack classic style and modern lighting technology. Another model from the line, Paradigm’s halo design features an aluminum shade with glass lens and LED dimming capability. The best part? All of Troy’s fixtures are crafted in the USA in Industry, California.
Deep Reflector and Paradigm, Price Upon Request, Troy Lighting.

Troy lighting

Though they are UL certified for use in a wet location, Circa Lighting’s latest lanterns come sporting a weathered look. In natural copper, the large Hampshire lantern and small Suffolk lantern will look right at home on a traditional Colonial.
Hampshire Lantern, $1,428, Suffolk Lantern, $609, Circa Lighting.

Circa Lighting lanterns

Damp rated, these Arteriors sconces make the perfect accent for your cabana or patio. Yasmin offers a chic, modern design, an adaptation of the brand’s best-selling floor lamp. The matte black arm is complemented by an off-white linen shade with solid brass details. Or, for an art deco accent, the Gilmore Sconce stretches three graceful arms with a vintage silver finish that only grows lovelier as it patinas.
Yasmin Sconce, $750, Gilmore Sconce, $690, Arteriors Home, Greenwich.

Arteriors Home sconces

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