Colonial Copper Wall Light
Choose Colonial Home Copper Wall Light Fixtures Handmade By Hammerworks! We offer the best quality & craftsmanship available! Most notably, at Hammerworks we offer a variety of options for this model. For example, take a look at the photos below to see how the Colonial Reproduction Wall Lantern coordinates with matching handcrafted reproduction post tops and hanging lights. Not only that, we create each of the styles in different sizes as well.
By the same token, we offer a variety of finish options to further personalize your selection. As a matter of fact, we create each Colonial Wall Lantern in a choice of solid copper or brass. Furthermore, we don’t lacquer the metal, rather allowing it to age naturally over time as Mother Nature intended. Or, if you prefer a Vintage Looking Outdoor Light, select the custom Verdigris finish. Conversely, for a more polished appearance, the custom-painted black finish is the way to go. Regardless of which you choose, the craftsmanship of these Copper Wall Lanterns adds character and ambiance to the overall look of your home.
In any event, when you choose a Colonial Home Copper Wall Light from Hammerworks, you are assured to receive a carefully handcrafted product made in the USA. For the most part, we still use the same tools and methods as the original Colonial craftsmen to create each Early American Wall Sconce, one at a time!
Outdoor Copper Wall Lanterns
It’s important to keep in mind that proper sizing is a key factor when selecting your Outdoor Copper Wall Lanterns. In fact, the biggest mistake when installing new Colonial Wall Lanterns is purchasing fixtures that are too small. Keeping in mind a few simple tips when selecting your fixtures will greatly enhance the final look and visual appeal of your lighting.
Therefore, your lights should be ⅓ to ¼ the size of your door and trim. If you have a grand entryway with a high ceiling you can go bigger. In that case, opt for ⅓ the size of your door. On the other hand, if you’re in a tighter area, or for a side or back entryway light, try ¼ the size of your door.
In terms of installation, mount your Colonial Home Copper Wall Light so that it’s slightly above eye level. On a typical door, this measures out to approximately 66 inches above the threshold of the door.
In addition, this is an especially important rule to remember when buying post or fence-mounted lighting. For maximum curb appeal, visualize the front of your home as guests or neighbors will see it from the street. If in doubt, always go larger.