mushroom light

mushroom light

A lighting fixture having light bulbs that are located on the underside of a mushroom-like fixture set at ground level; especially used to illuminate a path so that bulbs are not visible to a person walking along the path.
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The chicken and mushroom light Thai curry with rice noodles sounds fun at pounds 5.90.
Anyway, he saw this rather attractive mushroom light glow - it throws pretty colours everywhere, you know the sort of thing.
* Mushroom lights, named for their sloped shades, are commonly used along pathways or in gardens.
Also, he says, mushroom lights will provide a more appealing light, compared to some traditional mini bollards that create a "blob" of light.