Posted by Aemilia at Saturday, February 18th 2017 04:58:43 AM under Sconces
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 you want to add an exciting twist to your home, try candles. Candles definitely are not boring additions to houses. They are not created just to be looked at and admired either. You can certainly use them to light up your home. Place them in candle holder sconces for a much better aesthetic effect. Put them indoors or outdoors. Use them as door and window accents. The aura, scent, and ambiance of candles are something you can enjoy at any time of the day. Give your home the 16th-century look that you always liked. And since the use of candles and sconces can be traced back far in the timeline, it only goes to prove how old and well admired these decorative pieces are.
When you have a door that opens into a room it will often create a very dark corner. Also, there is usually not enough room to place a table lamp there because every time the door opened up it would hit it. However, placing a wall sconce in that corner will solve this problem. The electric sconce will offer enough light to illuminate the corner, but not so much light that it is overbearing.
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.
Sconce sets are often used to dress up a dining room or living room wall. They are also a great way to add interest in your entry hall, add drama to your bedroom or to flank your front door. The design of the sconce used can bring the mood in your room from fanciful and fun to elegant or classic.
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