Primarily the most prominent attention-attracting ingredient in front of the house, and one that exhibits your individuality and doubles as a little extra security, remains a vintage appearing colonial lamp post. A winding circular drive leading to the porte cochere or the massive entryway of a Georgian colonial it would look fantastic having a lighted semicircle of colonial lamp posts such as this creating magnificent impressions. Perhaps you have a restful exterior promenade that would look excellent lined with lights.
Previously, light output was rather costly on a per colonial lamp post basis. But now, with the advent of inexpensive LED light bulbs you can really cast light a long way without spending a large amount of money. If there are special kinds of sockets you are looking for be sure and contact us, there are a variety of different bulb sockets that are available, specifically mercury vapor, halogen, and others.
Installation of a colonial lamp post is within the realm of the do it yourselfer, but somewhat challenging. Instructions are included, but generally a concrete pad will need to poured and the lamp post is tightened down to bolts on the pad. It will take some attention to detail to make certain that the post is vertical and is not leaning. This part is a little trickier than you would suspect. Viewing from a slight distance is helpful, but you must also look at it from different angles until it appear vertical from any perspective.