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Garden torches

24 items total
Bioethanol gel 1 l, set of 6 pcs, Höfats
34,95 €
HO0908016
Base for garden torch SPIN 120, silver, Höfats
56 €
HO00007
Base for garden torch SPIN 90, silver, Höfats
41 €
HO00028
Flammable gel for gel candle holder LUNA, Blomus
8,11 €
BM31057
Garden torch base BASO, Blomus
56,05 €
BM65046
Garden torch KOS 17 cm, silver, stainless steel, Philippi PHP174010
Garden torch lid SOCO ⌀ 7 cm, Blomus
16,83 €
BM65417
Garden torch lid SOCO 7 cm, matt stainless steel, Blomus BM65416
Garden torch ORCHOS 1,5 m, matt stainless steel, Blomus BM65007
Garden torch ORCHOS 1,5 m, polished steel and wood, Blomus BM65092
Garden torch ORCHOS 154,5 cm, black, Blomus
135 €
BM65032
Garden torch SPIN 120, silver, Höfats
170 €
HO00017
Garden torch SPIN 90, silver, Höfats
126 €
HO00036
Gel fuel for garden torches and gel lamps, Blomus
9,69 €
BM31036
Ground spike for garden torch SPIN 120, grey, Höfats HO090301
Ground spike for garden torch SPIN, oak, Höfats HO00003
Ground spike for garden torch SPIN, silver, Höfats HO00002
Kerosene fuel oil FEUERHAND 1 l, Petromax
9 € –22 %
7 €
PET742082
Lamp oil 1 l, Blomus
Lamp oil 1 l, Blomus
In stock (17 pcs)
10,15 €
BM31032
Oil lamp TARCIA 12 cm, black, Philippi
29,90 €
PHP174005
Oil lamp TARCIA 12 cm, silver, Philippi
27,90 €
PHP174006
Pole for GRAVITY CANDLE lantern, Höfats
25 €
HO080301

Garden torches – enhance your space ambiance with garden torches

What Are Garden Torches?

Garden torches are a type of outdoor lighting that is designed to add a touch of style and elegance to your outdoor space. When lit, contemporary garden torches produce a soft, flickering light that creates a warm and inviting atmosphere.

Garden torches available on Kulina are typically made of wood, stainless steel or iron and they come in a variety of shapes, sizes, and colours. They are produced by renowned manufacturers such as Blomus, Höfats and Philippi.

Where can I use garden torches?

Garden torches, also known as tiki torches, are outdoor lighting fixtures that add both illumination and ambience to outdoor spaces. They are commonly used in gardens, patios, and outdoor entertaining areas. Here are some common placements for garden torches:

  • Pathways and Walkways: Place garden torches along pathways and walkways to create a warm and inviting illumination, helping guide guests and adding a touch of elegance to your landscape.

  • Entrances and Gateways: Position torches near entrances, gates, or doorways to provide a welcoming glow for visitors as they enter your property.

  • Patios and Decks: Use garden torches to light up patios and decks, enhancing the outdoor dining and lounging experience while creating a cozy atmosphere.

  • Outdoor Dining Areas: Place torches around outdoor dining tables to provide both practical lighting and a charming setting for evening meals.

  • Seating Areas: Create a cozy seating area by placing torches around seating arrangements, making it a comfortable and inviting space for relaxation and conversation.

  • Poolside: Position torches around the pool area to provide ambient lighting and enhance the safety of the pool surroundings during evening gatherings.

  • Garden Borders: Line the edges of your garden beds or plant borders with torches to define the space and add a magical glow to your garden.

  • Outdoor Events: Use garden torches for special outdoor events like parties, weddings, and celebrations. They can add a festive touch and help illuminate the event space.

  • Outdoor Landscaping Features: Highlight outdoor sculptures, water features, or architectural elements by placing torches nearby, drawing attention to these focal points.

  • Entertainment Areas: Whether you have an outdoor bar, fire pit, or entertainment area, torches can enhance the mood and provide soft lighting for guests.

  • Campfire Setting: Create a campfire-like atmosphere by arranging torches around a seating arrangement for storytelling or stargazing.

  • Barbecue or Grill Area: Illuminate your barbecue or grill space with torches, making it easy to cook and prepare food in the evening.

When placing garden torches, consider the safety aspects, such as ensuring that they are stable and won't tip over. Additionally, choose torches with appropriate fuel sources and flame control mechanisms to ensure a safe and enjoyable outdoor lighting experience.

How do I refill a garden torch?

Garden torches are made to utilize certain fuel kinds, and on Kulina, our products typically use three common fuel types.

  • Kerosene oil

Kerosene oil is a conventional fuel option used to power garden torches. Kerosine oil is appropriate for outdoor lighting because it burns steadily and produces a flame that lasts for a long period of time.

  • Flammable gel

Another fuel choice for garden torches is flammable gel. It usually takes the form of a gel-like substance that is put into the torch reservoir. This gel fuel is made to burn extensively and to give off a steady flame.

  • Paraffin oil

Paraffin oil, commonly referred to as lamp oil or liquid paraffin, is another widely used fuel for garden torches because it burns cleanly and produces little smoke. It is a petroleum-based liquid fuel that is clear, odourless, and low in viscosity.

Please note that for optimal performance and safety of your garden torches, it's crucial to read the manufacturer's instructions or recommendations regarding the appropriate fuel to use for your torch model.

If you want to add something new to your garden settings, you can also shop for outdoor solar lights, outdoor lanterns, and outdoor table lamps.