Lighten Up

New outdoor light fixtures — in a range of styles — add character by day and drama at night.

Kalco Lighting’s Ashland Wall Sconce Collection combines one-, two- and three-light industrial-style fixtures with long stems and a stainless-steel cage for a unique take on outdoor lighting. Mixed materials of matte black with sanded gold add another dimension to this contemporary yet casual exterior light. Starting at $597. Capitol Lighting in East Hanover, Eatontown and Paramus, The Lighting Design Center at Warshauer Electric in Tinton Falls or

The Wright Medium Outdoor Wall Sconce from Currey and Co.’s Twelfth Street Collection has an added armature surrounding the fixture for an arts and crafts feel. The metal on this black wall sconce in a midnight finish surrounds seeded glass. Available in several sizes. Medium (shown) is $1,530.

Ebell’s Park Harbor collection breaks through seeded glass shades and a deep bronze case, casting dramatic shadows in various exterior spaces. Its unique take on the craftsman style blends well with different home types. Sconce, $84; Lamp post, $182. Ferguson Bath, Kitchen & Lighting Gallery locations.

Millennium Lighting’s Barkeley Collection wraps your home in a warm and welcoming glow. Designed for outdoor use with a variety of bulbs, the metal fixture comes with a clear glass shade. $87. Ferguson Bath, Kitchen & Lighting Gallery locations.

With its timeless gooseneck design, the Carson sconce from Rejuvenation takes inspiration from vintage warehouse lights from the late 19th century. Originally made from heavy iron, the lightweight, durable aluminum version comes in three projection lengths. Choose from several versatile shade styles in this classic silhouette. As shown, $649.

The Henry Outdoor 4-Light Pendant joins Hubbardton Forge’s iconic Henry Collection. Ideal for outdoor dining or lounge areas or on a veranda over conversation seating, this pendant in a cross pattern adds both design and functional lighting to expanded living spaces. Made of aluminum and available in a choice of seven robust coastal outdoor finishes. $2,750. Capitol Lighting retail locations, West Essex Lighting Studio in West Caldwell or

Visual Comfort’s Darlana Outdoor ¾ Lantern is an artistic interpretation of the classic oil lantern shape. This modern play on a traditional form also pays homage to candlelight. A design twist on a vintage and renowned shape, this minimal approach complements a range of exterior designs. $1,419.

The Encompass Collection by Craftmade, defined by its strong yet minimal metal frame surrounding a clear seeded glass encased bulb, is available in multiple sizes of wall lanterns and matching post lantern to provide clear uncluttered illumination. Medium pendant in satin aluminum, $173. The Lighting Design Center at Warshauer Electric in Tinton Falls or

Inspired by shiplap, the horizontal ribbed clear glass of Craftmade’s Armstrong collection delivers both a transitional and casual coastal aesthetic. $165. The Lighting Design Center at Warshauer Electric in Tinton Falls or

Paseo is a portable solar powered lantern from Lignet Roset with two operating modes: night-light (automatic) or manual. The lantern consists of a teak structure with black epoxy-lacquered aluminum grilles on each of the four sides; the top is equipped with a high-performance solar panel. If solar charge isn’t possible, it’s also equipped with a micro-USA port for electrical charging. $430.

Geometric forms and classic candle shapes merge in the layered Adamson line from Troy Lighting. A textural French iron finish adds depth to this modern exterior collection. Available in assorted sizes. Shown is #B7402 (10 inches wide by 19 inches high) at $338.

While modern and masculine in its sleek design, the Chamberlain outdoor wall sconce from Arteriors gets a touch of feminine appeal thanks to subtle curves along its metal bands. Opal glass ensures your exteriors are looking chic and sophisticated, no matter where you style it. $690.