Cottage, Craftsman, & Tudor styles have seen a resurgence in design recently, adding a fresh twist on the traditional. These charming abodes are full of rustic elegance which pairs so well with traditional gas lanterns. Below are a few styles of lanterns that are complementary to cottage style homes. Send us pictures or plans of your cottage style project and our lighting experts will give a whole lighting analysis with style and scale recommendations to best suit your architecture.
Learn more about the history of Craftsman style architecture with this video from Curbed, along with a feature on Houzz which describes the specific elements which make up Craftsman style homes, Cottage, & Tudor style homes.
The Coach House lantern is a great complement to the New England style of architecture. This lantern features a rustic design and also can be used as a secondary light when you are addressing side doors, back doors or garage doors. The Coach House loop adds appx 4" to the height of each. The Coach House is available in natural gas, liquid propane, and electric.
The Original French Quarter lantern adorns many historic buildings across the country. The light can be used with a wide range of architectural styles. It is available in natural gas, liquid propane, and electric.
The distinctive English style of the London Street lantern accurately addresses heavier architectural elements. Large columns and English influenced architecture call for lights in this family. This classic design is available in natural gas, liquid propane, and electric.
TheWilliamsburg fixture was originally produced from a colonial design. We often use this fixture in both primary and secondary areas. The Williamsburg naturally complements the French Quarter lantern and is often paired with this fixture. The Williamsburg is available in natural gas, liquid propane, and electric.
The detailed craftsmanship and decorative iron bracket of the English Tavern lantern creates a fixture that radiates charm and warmth. Available in Electric Only.
View other lanterns from the Signature Series that work well with Cottage, Craftsman, & Tudor style architecture.