Elegance & functionality meet in this creative Teak wood stone lamppost. A nature-inspired look to complement park and garden lighting measures 48 inches (4 ft) that spark light from every angle.
Material: Teakwood stone
Dimension(HWL): 48 x 12 x 12 inch
Height: 4 ft
Treatise the garden landscaping illumination post:
- A beautiful teakwood stone lookalike Sandstone lamppost is set forth here.
- The smoothly curated lamp structure is standing over a plinth. The pedestal has a light fixture house on top of it.
- The light fixture house is a beautifully carved lamp post where you can insert your light bulb, to disperse the light from many hollows.
- This lamp post can steal one’s heart at first glance. A lush green lawn lined with vibrant flowers and vines installing your lamp post elevates the beauty of the exterior.
- For a simple lighting effect, you can conceal them with shrubbery it will illuminate our garden with a mystical aura.
- The lamp can be used to light garden paths, and adorn the garden seating areas (built-in).
- How about an illuminated fountain, brighten up your garden by installing the lamp post at the pathway of the pool, fountain, and pond where light reflects off of the water.
- Make your house always safe and lights up by installing a lamp post along the pathway, leading up to the house entrance.
- Give the old world charm to the garden, landscaping, and lawn to be easily visible in the dark.
- Install them along the driveway edge to provide illumination which not only helps you to park but also illuminates nearby hedges too.
- Using the light post at the entryway of any entrance on each side then there will be something alluring. As all front garden / park / home needs lighting after night falls.
- Plenty of climbing foliage over the lamp post creates a subtle glow and a soothing dose of green.
- You will be mesmerized by using it in the canopy, pergola, and deck after the sunset.
- It is not as hard as it looks, as long as you follow these quick and easy steps.
- Before getting started, it’s a good idea to turn off the circuit breaker of the lamp and let the bulb cool down before you start cleaning.
- Disassemble the lamp apart, to give each piece a good cleaning.
- Now with a feather brush or cleaning stick to dust off the cobwebs, and lose dust, don’t also forget to wipe the bulb. (It is safe to wear a glove on your hands before cleaning and fixing)
- Scheduling your lamp post-cleaning whenever you think the garden landscaping lighting post needs cleaning.