Outdoor antique lighting is a way to meet lighting needs with style. Aside from the grand chandeliers of old used for indoor lighting, outdoor illumination was also stylishly distinctive. Today, there are old Victorian and Colonial style lamps that are perfect reproductions of the lighting fixtures in those olden times.
Most are made from brass or copper material. Variations in finishes include antique brass, antique copper, dark or raw antique brass, dark or raw copper, and verdi gris. These outdoor antique lighting is a salute to our heritage. There was a time when craftsmanship was at a peak. Everything was carefully designed and crafted, and this was achieved even with the crude materials and methods available.
These go well with period houses. A lamp could be chosen to match a home’s period architecture on the strength of its design features and antique finish. They could also be used as accent. They are a decorator’s dream. There are traditional wall lantern hangings good for porches and decks, antique livery outdoor posts for garden paths, and so many others to choose from.
When looking for outdoor antique lighting for your home and garden, there are a number of places to check out. There are stores that specialize in these kinds of products, there are stores that offer a wide variety of other designs as well, and there are the usual lighting design stores and brand names to go to.
– Murray Feiss
These names are well known in the field of lighting. Aside from outdoor antique lighting, there are a range of other lighting products to choose from. There are recessed lighting for outdoor and indoor use, there are solar lamps that run on sunlight alone, there are other types of decorative illumination.
No matter what type of lighting to choose from; whether traditional or contemporary, modern or antique, the fact that there is some kind of illumination in the area makes a house more warm, open, and inviting to visitors and friends. Lighting the vicinity also has an added effect of deterring unwanted intruders.