10 Easy Pieces: Outdoor Hurricane Lanterns
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Classic hurricane lanterns are a necessity for summer evenings on the porch, the patio, the balcony; here's a roundup of ten we like (and use). Above: Design House Stockholm's Lotus Hurricane Lantern of matte aluminum and polished glass accommodates taper or block candles, stands 17.5 inches tall, and is available in black, silver, and white; $55 at Velocity Art and Design. Above: Ikea's 11-inch-tall galvanized metal Borrby Lantern (also available in black) is a steal at $7.99. Above: The Amalfi Square Lanterns in antique copper finish are also available in weathered zinc or polished nickel. Prices start at $25 for the mini (6.5 inches tall) and go up to $139 for the extra large (25 inches tall) at Restoration Hardware. Above: Jumbo Nickel Candle Lanterns by Roost, made of polished nickel-plated stainless steel, are available in four sizes ranging from 19.5 inches to 34 inches tall; prices range from $106 to $319 at Velocity Art and Design. Above: The Oval Hurricane Lantern (8 inches tall) is made of tin and glass and is suitable for both indoors or outdoors; $18 at Terrain. Above: Simple Hurricane Lanterns from West Elm; the small is $19, medium is $24, and oversize is $39. Above: The Lumbra Lantern by German company Blomus is made of rust-resistant stainless steel and glass; $157.95 at Lumens. Above: The Knox Lantern stands 17 inches tall and is made of bronze-finished iron and glass; $34.95 at Crate & Barrel. Above: Casamidy Providence Lantern; contact Casamidy directly for pricing information. Above: Handmade in India, the Cargo Lantern stands 11 inches tall and is available in white or green; $24 at Conran USA.