l jar lanterns in 18th-century England. Most homes in 18th-century England were dark and gloomy, as lighting was either generated from an open fire or candlelight. Candles were an expensive commodity and used sparingly, even among the wealthy. Bell jar lanterns were often hung in the vestibules and entrance
bell jar lantern with bronze fittings shown here is the perfect fit for this understated yet classic foyer.
carries lanterns like these for under $20. Each lantern can be lit with its own battery powered led (about $5). That's a good thing for people like me whose outdoor outlets are all being used. There are paper lanterns for indoor use and nylon lanterns for outdoor use. I have hung paper ones indoors directly
nylon lanterns for my patio and around the pool, strung on wire much like is done here. While I would love to use some beautiful colors (chartreuse and fuschia!) I think I will stick with the white lanterns. The TX sun is fierce, and the white looks great in MTLA's patio.
Lovely. Very simple design for water feature, great lanterns
hanging lanterns look festive and help create a sense of a room in this mostly open area.
these lanterns! Does anyone know where they are from?
Or for a single lantern, bump up to 1/3 or even larger- too small is no good
single lantern, or if you want to make a big impact with your lighting choice, bump the size up to one-third the height of the door. When in doubt, go a little larger. A too-small fixture can destroy the look of an entryway.