Outdoor Lighting

rosiegoldenMay 2, 2013

We live in a mid-century brick and stone rambler, and recently had the front walk and patio area re-paved in flagstone. I want to do some other upgrades, including lighting, new planters, and a new house number.

I'm considering this outdoor ceiling lighting fixture and would buy a coordinating one to install next to the kitchen door (on the right-hand side of the house):


It is similar to, but nicer than the existing (original 1952) fixture.

I like it, but my main concern is whether it synchs with the style of the house which is not, of course, Craftsman/Mission.

I took a stroll around the neighborhood today and saw several similar fixtures on other similar houses - so maybe I'm not that far off.



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