Posted under Sconces at Saturday, February 18th 2017 05:22:43 AM by Carol
Sconce lights have existed since the 1600s. They do not always produce light. Some are just for show. In older times, they were used as lanterns or torches or candles. These older sconces were often made of metal, wood, and stone.
If your house is more contemporary in design and style, you will want something simple and futuristic like the Access Lighting Vision 11`` Contemporary Wall and the Access Lighting Radon Modern. These sconces feature a very contemporary square design which is something new in sconces.
Although you might think that these sconces are always designed with an antique-style look, this is simply not the case. While you will certainly find a wide variety of Victorian-styled sconces from which to choose, they are not the only option you`ll find. For example, if you have a rustic or cabin-styled house, a couple of rustic candle sconces would add the perfect decorating touch. There are also sconces designed with sleek contemporary design features, making them the perfect choice for modern-styled rooms. Basically, you`ll want to look for a candle sconce that is designed in a way that will complement the room`s overall decorating style.
On the other hand, electric wall sconces are much safer to use and they are also very durable. With electric sconces you don`t have to worry about starting a fire, and they provide more light than candles do. If you enjoy the romantic mood that the flickering of candle light delivers, you can still have enjoy a very similar mood with electric sconces. All you need to do is purchase one that has a stain glass design in it, and you will be amazed by the romantic mood it can set up for you.
Use a candle sconce for a romantic look over your tub or in your bedroom. The candles you use with your sconce set can be a great way to bring an accent color into the room. You can always highlight a change in your décor by changing the type and color of the candles you use.
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