Posted at Saturday, February 18th 2017 10:19:35 AM by Rosalie under Sconces
You would not place a sink in your living room right? The point is that every fixture has its own right place. While designing your house, you have to know that there is the right kind of sconce for every part of your house. With the wrong placing, the beautiful light fixture will become an eye.
For your foyer, balcony, and other outdoor extension of your lovely house, you can add a little bit of romantic light with the classical and three-way design of Maxim Lighting Aspen Traditional Wall Sconce. And for a sophisticated and dark taste, the Victorian features of the Maxim Lighting Via Roma Traditional Wall Sconce will provide the right mood.
There are so many different kinds of sconces available today. Sconces can be electric and hardwired to your wall. They can also be decorative and use candles. They range from classic hurricane glass sconces to ornate wrought iron and metal sconces. Some sconces are sold as pairs, while others are sold individually.
Sconces are economical as well. Some areas of your home need soft subtle lighting instead of bright lighting. For example, stairwells and hallways don`t need bright lights. Sconces bring the light closer to you so you don`t need as many watts.
It`s hard to beat the beautiful flicker of candlelight when you are trying to set a romantic mood. This is why candles are often the perfect choice for the master bedroom. A sconce hung on either side of the bed will help create just the right mood, in addition to enhancing the overall look and design of the bed. In the dining room, candle sconces can add an elegant look that will enhance the formal feel of your dinner parties. They can also be used effectively in the living room to add a relaxing look and feel. Imagine how relaxing your living room will seem lit only by flickering candlelight. Candle sconces can also work quite well when hung in the hallway. If your hallway is quite long, try hanging several evenly spaced sconces along one of the walls.
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