Traditional / Classic 1 Light Outdoor Wall Sconce from the Salisbury Collection
I love the lights! We had a new roof put on the house and it was time to update the outside lights. My father installed them and he said they were well made. I would buy this brand again.
July 4, 2013
Very Nice Fixture
We have a Georgian Revival home (c. 1922) and were looking for an appropriate fixture that was larger but not overwhelming. This one fits perfectly; we got one for each side of the front door. High quality construction, an elegant look, and seems like it will last for many, many years. Uses just one bulb, which is a plus from the standpoint of efficiency and avoiding having to change the bulbs often. The frosted glass is white, so whatever kind of bulb you use, the look will be white.
September 5, 2013
Bought 2 of these last year (one for the back door and another for the side door) in ORB. The are simply lovely. They are sophisticated and charming and look perfect on our colonial home. I also got the matching flush mount for our front door. They look fantastic together. YEAH!!
July 20, 2010
Good quality product. Easy to install. Color is exactly as shown in picture.
June 4, 2013
Shopping and Shipping without a hitch
Great website, good pricing, intuitive - i'm coming back.
March 27, 2013
Nice Outdoor Light - Mounting Kit Not So Useful
We chose these lights for their appearance and the fact they were not too expensive. We needed four (4) of them for the back of the house - 2 along the deck, 1 at the back entrance, and 1 at the rear garage entrance.
Mounting them to the brick wall at the deck was easy. They ended up fairly flush to brick surface. Minor caulking required around the perimeter once wired and mounted.
Mounting them to the 5" lapstrait aluminum siding was not so easy. The size of the mounting flange is long and the 2 back entrance lights were not at the same height - and so they were not at the same position relative to the lapstrait siding 5" repeating overlap(s). I could see in advance that caulking along the perimeter would be an issue, so I cut out dense foam material and that fit into the inside of the mounting flange, allowing for the wiring to pass through a hole I had to cut through the dense foam. Once mounted, the foam compressed against the siding, kept the fixture more in the vertical plane, and greatly reduced the amount of perimeter caulking required, once it was mounted. Without the foam, the gap around the mounting flange to the siding surface would have been considerable and could never have been filled by merely caulking around the flange.
The problem was the electrical mouting kit was not useful. They provided a universal flat pivoting fixture plate, mounting screws, and wire nuts. The pivoting plate had no sets of two (2) holes that match the distance between the two (2) flange holes of the lighting fixture itself, unless the fixture was mounted at an cockeyed angle. Since I was replacing existing lighting fixtures, I just re-used the existing mounting plate/bracket. The plate supplied with the fixture was also flat and would have provided no easy means of adjusting the length of the mounting screws anyway. The old, existing mounting bracket had an offset portion that pivoted and had slotted mounting openings that allowed for any fixture, and I soon understood why the electrician had selected it 20 years ago for the old fixtures.
These fixtures are fine and look great once installed. I am very satisfied with the quality and appearance. Only a minor complaint with the mounting kit provided.
September 12, 2012