Posted under Sconces at Friday, February 17th 2017 12:07:31 PM by Kailey
You have probably seen electric wall sconces used as porch lights, but if that is all you are using them for you are missing out on a lot of great opportunities. Most of my friends homes are lit up entirely by overhead lightning. They may throw in a table lamp here and there for a little decoration, but that is usually as far as it goes. It is too bad, because they could be using electric wall sconces inside their home. Electric sconces are an excellent way to totally change the look and feel of your home.
For the main sections of your house such as the living room and the dining room where you entertain visitors, you want something more grandiose than the ordinary. Something like the Maxim Lighting Pine Grove Traditional Wall Sconce and the Maxim Lighting Savannah Wall Sconce are really appropriate.
Many people prefer using sconces instead of standard candleholders, especially if there are young children or pets in the home. While a pillar candle displayed on the tabletop could be easily knocked over, a candle sconce provides better flame protection. However, when attaching a sconce to the wall, it`s important to use proper anchors for the sake of safety. After all, if your sconce were to fall from the wall while in use, it could be quite dangerous. You should also never let a candle sconce burn unattended, especially overnight, and always use non-drip candles.
Generally, you can use wall sconces with a handle anywhere in the house. As long as the style is right, it will match the overall interior design. But to be on the safe side, sconces with handles are best used for outdoors. Another perfect place to use them is on hallways.
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.
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