Outdoor Lighting: 12 Products to Light Your Way

Whether you are looking to illuminate your front entry, deck, walkway or landscape, today's outdoor lighting options are plentiful.

  1. Kichler Deck Lights

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    Kichler Deck Lights

    Deck lighting is a great way to add ambiance to your outdoor space. The Kichler Landscape Transitional One Light Deck is a simple, modern fixture perfect for bringing your deck to life at night. Available at lightingdirect.com, from $61.

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  2. Casa Porch Light

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    Casa Porch Light

    Add rustic charm to your entryway with this Casa outdoor wall sconce. The aluminum fixture measures 13" x 7" and features a curled metal frame, thick amber glass shade and a distressed black finish. Available at houseofantiquehardware.com, $114.99

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  3. Lithonia Floodlight

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    Lithonia Floodlight

    Light your yard with this die-cast aluminum Lithonia floodlight. The 70-volt fixture measures 6.5" x 9," comes in a bronze finish and features a wide light distribution for maximum light. Available at grainger.com, $128.75

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  4. Kichler Well Light

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    Kichler Well Light

    This recessed well light from Kichler is a great in-ground lighting option. Shaded with heat-resistant glass, it features a hand-painted architectural bronze finish and is suitable for wet locations. Available at lightinguniverse.com, $172

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  5. Maxim Hanging Light

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    Maxim Hanging Light

    The Maxim Lighting Whittier VX Traditional Outdoor Hanging Light is a durable three-light fixture. It features braided details and water glass panels and is made with Vivex, a long-lasting and very durable material. The fixture is also non-corrosive and UV resistant. Available at arcadianlighting.com, $187.20

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  6. Hinkley Path Light

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    Hinkley Path Light

    Brighten up your walkway with the Hinkley Saturn Path Light in stainless steel. The 20"-tall fixture is constructed of solid brass with frosted glass and complements any exterior landscape. Available at csnlighting.com, $135

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  7. Access Lighting Spotlight

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    Access Lighting Spotlight

    Highlight your favorite shrubbery or statue with the Access Lighting KO Satin One-Light Spotlight, which features clear glass and uses a 35-watt halogen bulb. Available from bellacor.com, $156.60

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  8. Sea Gull Recessed Light

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    Sea Gull Recessed Light

    This recessed light, complete with white trim and frosted glass, is a crisp, simple fixture that will go well with any exterior. Available at wayfair.com, $45.09

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  9. Restoration Hardware Sconce

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    Restoration Hardware Sconce

    This Harbor Sconce is built with the same quality as the wharf lights that inspired it. The bronze-finished metal surrounds a clear glass shade; both are durable and designed to weather the elements. Available at restorationhardware.com, from $79

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  10. Tiffany Path Light

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    Tiffany Path Light

    The Tiffany Path Light, with its stained Tiffany art glass shade and stylized hook, is a perfect blend of beauty and functionality. Available from lightingdirect.com, $88.65 

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  11. Malibu Path Light

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    Malibu Path Light

    With its 11-Watt output, this Fluted Glass Path Light from Malibu Lighting, is the perfect accent to plant beds, walkways and driveways.  The fixture, which features a fluted glass globe, is made of non-corrosive metal in sand finish. Available at Home Depot, $19.97 each.

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  12. Sea Gull Lighting Post Light

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    Sea Gull Lighting Post Light

    This exquisite outdoor post light is from Sea Gull Lighting's Heritage Collection.  Finished in brushed nickel with clear glass, it features a classic three-candelabra light fixture (60w Max) for beautiful illumination. Available at Sea Gull Lighting, $290.40.

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