A lantern-style light can draw attention upward, when the indoor/outdoor Hampton Bay Veranda II Natural Iron Ceiling Fan from The Home Depot is attached to a pergola or porch roof. The walnut-finished blades of the fan are weather resistant.
Wisteria travels up the brick columns and frames the roof peak of this garden pavilion giving a beautiful fairytale feel to the sunny space. Dark copper lanterns are mounted on the pavilion to provide nighttime lighting without breaking the image of the design. Wrought iron furniture creates a lovely outdoor sitting and dining space.
Wood beams cross the neutral ceiling over the open archways lining this covered patio. Lantern pendant lights hang between the beams adding to the villa style of the home exterior. Wrought iron patio furniture is padded with beige seat cushions. A matching glass coffee table and small end table finish the sitting space.
The pendant lights in this open plan kitchen are made of wood and iron. Their unusual lantern-like look is a welcome contrast to the clean, mostly white design of the rest of the space. Pendant lanterns: Entwined Oval Driftwood by Shades of Light
Large paned windows allow natural light to illuminate both the first and the second floor. An oval-shaped wrought iron chandelier serves as a focal point as guests ascend the stairs. Wrought iron lantern sconces add a bit of detail to the paneled light gray walls and complement the chandelier as well.
Curved lines, circles and arches are repeated throughout this magnificent entryway. Stunning features of the space include the metallic gold, oval-shaped recess in the ceiling, which reflects a warm light from the lantern-style lamp; multi-level foyer and large, arched, wrought iron and glass door.
Although the house is new construction, built in 2018, it meshes prettily with New Orleans' historic style. Railings are wrought-iron, outdoor lighting mimics gas lanterns, wood shutters are painted palest gray.
A cast-iron trough sink with three faucets adds antique flair to this warm, rustic bathroom. Four layered lanterns provide ample light, highlighting the stone countertop, wood vanity with towel storage and stone floor.
In the remodeling of this living space, a new open concept plan—and clever design strategies—allowed for a chef-grade kitchen, dining area and family room to flow seamlessly together. A long narrow dining table tucks neatly against an L-shaped banquette. In the family room, a large sectional handily covers seating needs. Farmhouse sink and faucet: Kohler; Integrated fridge and freezer: Sub Zero; Wood and iron lantern pendants: Entwined Oval Driftwood by Shades of Light, Countertops: Fantasy Brown by Arizona Tile