This contemporary LED outdoor lighting fixture has a sleek, low-profile design and a handsome appeal that allows it to work well in most decor.More Details >
Whether you want a traditional look or a modern feel, this contemporary LED outdoor lighting wall sconce will match that and everything in-between. Features a rubbed bronze finish that cradles an opal glass shade. The clean, industrial outdoor wall light looks best flanking a doorway, or lighting halls or pathways indoors or out. From John Timberland®.
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The substantial size makes these great for front of garage or entry lights. I love the clean lines, but the style isn't too ultra modern. We are remodeling an original 1960s house into an up-to-date California Coastal style home, and these fit the bill perfectly. The oil rubbed bronze has a bit of exposed copper color at the corners that I wasn't expecting, but it ended up working perfectly with our copper gutters. The only "issue" was that the back of these lights have a 1" base that they sit on, which in addition to a wood plaque for mounting, makes the lights a bit more obtrusive than I wish they were. It's not horrible, but we have one light in the small entryway to our front door, and we ended up mounting the light higher than we normally would so it wouldn't jump out at guests at eye level. Overall lighting is bright, but defused. The enclosed design keeps the the bugs out which is nice, but requires that four screws be removed to change a light bulb. Honestly, I'll take no bugs and spiderwebs and deal with the inconvenience of finding a screwdriver to change the bulb.
This is a nice looking, modern design with a quality bronze finish to the metal. It gives off a pleasant light, not as ghostly as some LED fixtures. Fairly warm, with enough light to illuminate a reasonable area but not so intense as to be glaring. The one thing you should know is that this appears to be intended to be 'recess mounted', that is it projects out from the wall about 1/2" unless you are willing to cut a rather large rectangle into your siding (about 6"x10") to get the metal frame snug to to the surface. Looks a bit unusual from the side if you just surface mount it as I did. Alternately you could trim it out with some thin pieces of wood to fill the visual gap. Look at the side view photo and you'll see what I mean.