Lighting - Outdoor
Like translucent cover and acceptance of regular bulb.
Simple industrial look shades work well with this arbor. We could use this approach to the arbor between the house and the garage, and then use the same style of lights in the doorways of the garage and utility room, where the ceilings are high enough. Our main entryway ceiling is too low for hanging lights.
Check to see if available with translucent glass.
Look to see if available with translucent glass so bulb is not so visible.
W 5" / D 5.5" / H 7" / 2.9 lb.
This is a simple, wall-mount light that might go with our house style. W 11" / D 7.5" / H 13" / 4.5 lb.
Back Plate Width(in.): 4.50 Back Plate Height(in.): 9.50 W 10" / D 12" / H 13.75"
W 10" / D 11" / H 15.31" / 8.8 lb.
Translucent cover is nice. Available in two heights: 11" and 15"
W 8.5" / D 10" / H 14" / 5.2 lb.
Accepts multiple bulb types. Inexpensive and I like it, except that you can see the bulb through the glass.
Idea for the entryways to the mudroom and the utility room.
This might work outside the mud room and utility room doors. Might also work at the gate.
Simple option for dark sky lighting. Calls for a 100 W bulb but I suspect we could use LED bulb.
Might work outside the gate.
I like this simple design, but I can't tell if it's an up/down light or down only.
I like these simple down lights. They come with LED bulbs.
I like this for low light applications. It's not clear to me what kind of bulb would be used. The description includes the base type but I don't know what it means.
This might work around the fire pit bench. Nearly invisible, casts light down only.