Night Light

Vintage to contemporary, illuminate your exteriors á la lanterne



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A modern take on the traditional English foursquare hall lantern, Remains Lighting’s Heron offers a sharply detailed rectangular silhouette. Glazed with clear, fluted glass the light is crafted from solid brass and available in an array of finishes. For a more country look, the Mercer Lantern is inspired by stable windows seen in the Pennsylvania countryside. Clean-expressed joinery made of solid brass completes the look, available in a range of sizes and finishes.
Heron Lantern, from $5960, Mercer Lantern, price upon request, Remains Lighting, Greenwich.

Heron Lantern Mercer Lantern


Visual Comfort’s E.F. Chapman collection (named after its designer, a lighting industry legend) offers antique appeal and revolutionary durability. The Kensington 4-Light Hanging Lantern shines with a bronze wax finish, while the Marine Exterior Wall Lantern wears hand-rubbed antique brass. Both offer a living finish that patinas gracefully over time.
Kensington and Marine lanterns, Price Upon Request, Visual Comfort, Klaff’s, Norwalk & Danbury.

Kensington and Marie lanterns


The Bigger Picture
If your home illumination calls for more than a few sconces, consult a lighting professional who will show you how to extend your time enjoying the outdoors into the evening hours. “Outdoor lighting provides beauty, usefulness, safety, security and emotion,” says Michael Gotowala of Preferred Properties Outdoor Lighting. Gotowala reveals how the elements of surrounding your home should appear at night through strategic placement and LED technology. Plus, his bronze fixtures carry a lifetime warranty.
Call for a consultation, Preferred Properties Outdoor Lighting, Cheshire.

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