What To Look For In A Gas Lantern

Homeowners and professional landscapers who are decorating the exteriors of properties may consider adding gas lanterns throughout the spaces they are designing. Like electrical lights, gas lanterns can be installed on the side of buildings. Homeowners, for instance, may choose to install matching copper lanterns on opposite sides of sliding glass doors to illuminate a deck or patio. Landscapers and homeowners, however, are not restricted to mounting gas lanterns on exterior walls.

Other Styles of Gas Lanterns to Light the Outdoors

In addition to wall-mounted fixtures, hanging styles are also popular. Styles like the England Street and Flambeaux French Quarter hanging yoke models can be suspended from a ceiling or whatever serves as the roof over a covered outdoor area. Those who prefer the appearance of hanging gas lanterns can find a number of styles that compromise between wall-mounted and hanging fixtures. The Flambeaux French Quarter Lantern and Carriage House can be hung from brackets that are mall mounted. For added flexibility in positioning their lighting fixtures, customers may opt for post-mount gas lanterns. These can be positioned along walkways, in gardens or near ponds to light areas that would otherwise be dark at night. The spider mount adds a contemporary look to the otherwise traditional appearance of the copper fixtures when they are mounted on posts.

At Flambeaux Lighting, we produce each of the copper gas lanterns in our collection by hand, ensuring superior craftsmanship and a gently aged appearance. Our staff can be reached by email or phone at 866-799-8443 with any inquiries our customers have.