Villa Bonita Project Outdoor Lighting w/ Lamps Plus

I recently completed our Villa Bonita custom build project, and I’m excited share some of the resources with you today. One of my favorite parts of this home is the exterior. It’s a crisp, white, clean painted brick with black accents and wood details. The outdoor lighting was a key element to tie the look of the home together. I wanted it to echo the clean lines of the home and have more of a modern, transitional style. Fortunately, we had the opportunity to partner with Lamps Plus for the lighting on this home. The scones I choose from their outdoor lighting collection were the perfect finishing touch for its design. Today, I’m sharing some pictures of the home and the resources for the lighting so you can recreate the look for your own projects.

Outdoor Sconces

Sconce by Front Door

When designing a home, it’s the details that really make it come together and make it look complete. These sconces add the perfect finishing touch to this home and even when lit in the evening create beautiful curb appeal. Lamps Plus has a great selection of outdoor lighting for every budget and style of home. Check out a few of my picks from their collection below. Have fun browsing and check back soon for more details about our Villa Bonita Custom Build Project. Have a wonderful Thursday!




Lamps Plus Outdoor Lighting

  1. Hinkley Walker Wall Light
  2. Trenton Light
  3. Hinkley Walker Brass and Dark Bronze Pendant
  4. RLM Standard High Black Wall Light
  5. John Timberland Seeded Glass Outdoor Light
  6. Angle Reflector High Black Outdoor Light
  7. Quoizel Beachside Galvanized LED Light
  8. Possini Euro Double Box Light
  9. Kichler Westington Light
  10. Rue de Royal Downbridge Arm Light
  11. Heavy Duty White High Gloss Pendant
  12. Arrington High Mystic Outdoor Light
  13. Hinkley Porter Aged Zinc Outdoor Light
  14. Trellis Aged Zinc Lantern

10 thoughts on “Villa Bonita Project Outdoor Lighting w/ Lamps Plus

  1. Lauren Leeming says:

    Hi there.
    I love you front door and was hoping you may be able to tell me what wood material it is? I love all the knots and detail. Thanks so much!

    • Becki Owens says:

      That door was made custom for the project. The builder was Split Rock Homes in St. George, Utah. Thank you

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