Pedestal Lights

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  1. Lucide Claire Square Outdoor Pedestal Light - Anthracite

  2. Norlys Turin Outdoor Pedestal Light - Black

  3. Searchlight Box Outdoor Pedestal Light - Black

  4. Lucide Cadix Outdoor Pedestal Light - Black

  5. Edit Crown Outdoor Pedestal Light - Black

  6. Lucide Tireno Outdoor Pedestal Light - Black

  7. Lucide Laurens 500 Outdoor Pedestal Light - Black

  8. Lucide Claire Tall Outdoor Pedestal Light - Anthracite

  9. Lucide Cadix Outdoor Tall Pedestal Light - Black

  10. SLV Cone Pedestal Light - Anthracite

  11. Edit Skiathos Outdoor Pedestal Light - Brown

  12. Edit Keros 260 Outdoor Pedestal Light - Black

  13. Edit Guiza 40 Outdoor Pedestal Light - Black

  14. Konstsmide Parma Pedestal

  15. Elstead Norfolk Pedestal Lantern

  16. Searchlight Alex Pedestal Lantern

  17. Elstead Chapel Mini Pedestal Lantern

  18. Konstsmide Parma Outdoor Pedestal Light - Black

  19. Elstead Glenbeigh Porch / Pedestal Light

  20. Norlys Turin Grande Outdoor Pedestal Light - Verdigris

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  21. Elstead Hornbaek Pedestal Light - Black

  22. Elstead York Pedestal Lantern - Black

  23. Konstsmide Milano Pedestal

  24. Elstead Wexford Outdoor Pedestal Light

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Pedestal lights are shorter than bollards, post lights or lampposts and are commonly used on top of walls, brick pedestals, or steps. Often they're installed in pairs on the outer garden wall of a home to highlight a driveway entrance. Pedestal lights are a great way of adding visual appeal to a property and are available at all price points.

Choosing the right style

Traditional pedestal lights are ideal for homes with a dated architectural style. Usually these have a lantern design, whereas contemporary pedestals are far more diverse. Some modern designs are understated enough to be used outside traditional properties, so it's a good idea not to filter out contemporary styles too quickly when buying for the older home.

Near unbreakable

If you want to install garden lights but are worried about their fragility or the attention of vandals, polycarbonate pedestals offer one solution. These are shatter resistant and are virtually impossible to break if accidentally struck or targeted with thrown stones. Note that various items not included in a ‘vandal resistant' filtered search still feature tough polycarbonate diffusers or windowpanes.

Coastal use

If you happen to live near the sea, you'll need to shop for pedestal lights by construction material. Copper, galvanised steel or polycarbonate materials naturally protect against salt corrosion. Die cast aluminium or stainless steel products are not suitable for installing close to the sea, regardless of any anti-corrosion guarantee (this will be invalidated if an unsuitable product is exposed to airborne salt).