A classic update - Be prepared to reminisce on the traditional train station lanterns with the Manhattan 1-Light Wall Outdoor Light by home decor manufacturer giant Hinkley.
Made by the best crafters - The hand-painted Olde Bronze finish complements the clean lines of its durable die cast construction, making this the perfect piece for your modern outdoor style.
Beautiful both on and off - Its Etched Seedy glass does not only cast a warm glow in your space; it also gives the lamp an elegant look that makes it worthy of attention even when it's turned off.
No water worries - This lamp is UL Listed for Outdoor use, and it can very well stand up to wet places. So even when it's raining or snowing outside, this lamp will still shine through.
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.
The Arts and Crafts movement gave rise to the popularity of Craftsman design, in addition to Mission revival and the Prairie architecture of Frank Lloyd Wright. Mission Style Lighting is defined by the use of art glass with geometric shapes, solid materials, natural woods, and understated design elements that radiate substance and tranquility.
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.
Not looking light, and not flimsy. Used this to replace the light by our front door, no overhang or roof so Ill see how it holds up. One thing to note is its aesthetic. It looks black against our brown brick; I was expecting one with a more bronzed/brown look.
I needed 5 of these lights for our home remodel. I was looking for lights with a Mission/Craftsman style and they look great for our remodeled bungalow. Well made and sturdy.
I love these lights. We are fixing up a funky 1950's home and these were perfect! This has a nice modern design that blended well with our mid-century modern house. They arrived on time, were well-packaged, and were easy to install.