An exquisite lantern - The Roseville 3-Light Outdoor Wall Lantern by Dolan Designs features fancy antique details and a clear, beveled glass so your outdoor space will have all the light and style that it needs to stand out from the neighborhood.
Eye-catching details - Its black trim and scalloped edges will draw the attention to the glass, while a decorative spire at the top completes the whole look.
Bright light - The lantern takes three 60-watt candelabra bulbs for maximum illumination. Combine it with the clear glass and your outdoors will never be brighter.
From the Roseville Collection - Just like all the other pieces in the collection, this wall lantern feature stunning elements that are combined together to create a truly beautiful lantern.
Outdoor wall lanterns, also referred to as porch lights or garage lights, are mounted onto a wall. Usually they are ideal next to an entrance or either side of a garage. They will light up the local area and most of the yard, although a larger space may need more than one. Being fixed to the wall they place the light closer to the building, ideal for entering or exiting, or to help with parking. They are installed electrically as a hardwired fixture and usually operated by a wall switch or sensor.
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An outdoor light fixture attached to a wall can shed a strong light into the surrounding area. At night it can light up a whole yard, although the most light will be found nearer to the fixture. A wall or garage light placed near an entrance is a great way to light up a porch or entryway. You may need more than one for a larger yard, especially for lighting in the dark.
For outdoor use typically next to a porch entrance or either side of a garage. They can be exposed to weather or placed below a covered area.
An outdoor wall lantern will light up a porch, patio, or deck area, or even a garage driveway. But if you have a larger yard you might want to consider a lamp post light or a second wall light. Don't forget to also light the side and rear of the building too.
Attaches to a wall, typically the wall of a porch, or to the side of a garage door. The backplate of the fixture covers up the electrical installation area.
An electrician or person with electrical installation knowledge will need to permanently wire the wall light into the building's electrical supply.
Weve had this lantern for some years now and we loved all of them hanging in our exterior home. But we were hit with a big typhoon and we had to replace one of them. Im so glad we found this here at a much cheaper price. Thanks you LampsUSA!