Wall sconces can add a lot of atmosphere to your home. There are many creative ways you can use these fixtures to add ambience and much-needed task lighting. Read on to learn about the many styles of wall sconces and how best to incorporate them.
This sophisticated seating area by MC Design combines multiple shades of green. An elegant brass pendant hangs above, and two matching wall sconces provide additional lighting above the bar. The look feels layered in terms of color, texture and lighting.
This living room benefits from ample natural light streaming in through multiple windows. The decor is simple and modern, keeping the dark gray stone fireplace as a focal point. A single modern wall sconce illuminates the corner, filling in a gap.
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Kelly Taylor Interior Design used elegant wall sconces above the nightstands in this soothing bedroom interior. Neutral tones with the addition of subtle patterns keep the space feeling relaxing and conducive to sleep. Wall sconces save value space on the nightstand that can be used for decorative items.
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Shades of Gray Design Studio stays true to their name with this cool-toned bedroom. Silver wall sconces add a touch of glamour, while a blue stool at the foot of the bed adds an unexpected pop of color. Gold pillows pick up on the metallic accents.
Abstract sconces can be a beautiful addition to the right space. Here, the curved form is echoed throughout the room, in the form of a curvy chair, circular mirror and round stool. The resulting flow is inviting and cozy.
This serene white living room benefits from ample natural light. Two white wall sconces blend right in with the architecture. Try framing a window with a pair of sconces, or otherwise you could do the same with a fireplace, painting or another focal point.
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Don’t want to hire an electrician? No problem. There are plenty of wall-mounted sconces that can be plugged in. It’s easy to install a beautiful fixture like this one next to your bed.
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MC Design opted for green tones with accents or coral. In this cheery bathroom design. The dual vanity features two mirrors, each flanked with vertical wall sconces in sleek and simple designs. Having separate mirrors feels higher end than a single, larger mirror.
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Pamela Hope Designs created a traditional vanity space with plenty of storage and mirrors. Two shaded traditional wall sconces provide all the light needed to get ready, with a single recessed fixture above. The space is both inviting and functional.
A swing arm wall sconce makes a lot of sense by the bedside. It frees up space on your nightstand that a lamp would take up. And swivel-arm sconces are adjustable, so you can direct the light just where you need it.
Have you ever considered that light fixtures can add texture to your space? These wicker wall sconces do just that! Set against a backdrop of wavy wallpaper and accented by a complementary table lamp, these fixtures flank a simple circular mirror.
Now that you’ve read about different ways to use wall sconces to light your interiors, we hope this has helped direct you to the best fixture options. Sconces can cast light up or down and are a great choice for lower ceilings. They add an extra layer of light you didn’t know you were missing.
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