Nighttime can be a magical time in your garden room when you add appropriate lighting. Natural forms of illumination, such as torches, firelight, and solar-powered pathway lighting, create a soft, romantic mood. Strings of electrical lights suggest a festive party atmosphere. We've gathered some recently introduced lighting and outdoor hearth products guaranteed to make your garden room an evening destination.
Solid-copper torches and candle lanterns lend elegance to any setting. The torches, which burn oil, sit atop a mahogany post. Both torch and lantern weather gracefully to a verdigris finish.
Go modern with a sleek, chrome-finish path light. A discreet solar panel set into the top charges a battery by day and illuminates your garden for as long as eight hours at night.
Windflame luminarias keep burning, whatever the weather, until you extinguish them. The shimmering open flame is designed to be
impervious to snow, drizzle, and winds as strong as 30 miles per hour, yet the year-round outdoor candles can be put out using a simple snuffer. The metal-clad candles rest on wrought-iron stakes in varying heights, or in artful iron starburst holders. The candle supports can double as plant holders.
A handcrafted, solid-copper fire pit provides a toasty evening focal point in your
garden room. Switch from wood to charcoal briquettes, and you can grill burgers or shish kabobs. When you retire for the night, top the fire pit with its matching hammered-copper lid to contain coals.
A Craftsman-style accent lantern gets its nighttime glow from sunlight. A small solar panel absorbs energy from the sun and converts it to electricity that’s stored in a rechargeable battery. At night the lantern
turns on automatically
to provide many hours of
Upgrade your tiki torch to a Fuji torch, which is fueled by clean, renewable sunlight. The black torch holder with frosted, bamboo-pattern lens cover adjusts to three different heights (to 60 inches). The torch
contains multiple LEDs to
create maximum lighting.