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Carry a Torch: Romantic Garden Lighting

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Carry a Torch: Romantic Garden Lighting

February 22, 2016

Electric lighting is a practical solution, and an oil lamp is romance. Which would you prefer in the garden?

We’re particularly fond of the golden glow given off by a sturdy Scandi-style metal oil lamp from Garden Home. The egg-shaped lantern is versatile enough to use as a table lamp, a wall sconce, or (our favorite idea) a garden torch:

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Above: A Garden Tumble Torch is 189 KR (approximately $22.36 US) from Garden Home. Sold separately (and seasonally) is the Tumble Torch Base; 129 KR (about $15.26 US).

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Above: With a weighted bottom, the Tumble Torch also can sit on a deck or patio without tipping.

Above: The lantern uses standard lamp oil and has a fiberglass wick that will not blow out in wind or rain.

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