Published at Tuesday, 24 September 2019. Wall Sconces. By Prewitt Nicolas.
Even the most basic of options, the standard industrial cage light, looks great used as an over-sink wall sconce in this contemporary bathroom. This is one more bright idea for you to incorporate into your own interior design—in any room of the house.
In the absence of specific features to be highlighted, like a framed picture, a mirror or an archway, place sconces eight-to-10 feet apart, creating a continuous band of soft, diffused light along a wall or around the room. Place sconces closer together, as needed, above a fireplace or on both sides of a mirror. Place them farther apart if they are to function singly. You might center a single sconce over a buffet on one wall and place two in the corners of the opposite wall, 15 feet or more apart. Especially for curved- or half-round-shaded sconces, do the glare test from a variety of directions.
I didn’t include the sconces I just received even though they were only $49 because I’m not sure if I like them in the room. I’ll share more on that in another post coming soon!
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