Incorporating exquisite sconces into a home is both fun and exciting; however, it also takes a bit of planning. When installing sconces a few things you should consider are whether or not your sconces require electricity, which design matches your interior best, and how much light you will need.
Many older homes were not built with the idea of electricity or electrical sconces in mind. When this is the case and a new home owner tries to remodel they frequently find that there is no electrical box to use to wire their sconces. This can require a very labor intensive and expensive renovation project and will most likely be a job for a skilled professional. If this is the case consider candle sconces or a battery operated light. For newer homes, or homes with electrical boxes already installed than many of our sconces would be a perfect fit.
Sophisticated wall sconces come in a variety of shapes and sizes and they are easy to coordinate with any decor. Electrical sconces with a two-light fixture give off a warm glow and adding an extra light will help to pleasingly illuminate an interior. These sconces are a unique combination of style and functionality that will transform your home. Check out our sconces with reed-and-ribbon design these sconces come with piped fabric shades. Reed-and-Ribbon sconces are one of the most popular in the collection and come in two different finishes. One of the sconces has bronze accents and another sconce is available in antique finish. The antique finished Hand-Painted Sconce is meticulously hand-painted. The black back is enclosed in a vignette which beautifully frames the hand painted gold design. The classical Greek urn is painted in antique gold. Not only is this sconce unique in its detail it offers a break from standard shades. These shades are designed by award winning designers specifically to highlight the detailed features of the sconce. The lovely shades that accompany this sconce are open on the back. These piped shades are created open in the back to allow a glow to highlight the wall. You will be sure to impress your guests with this fabulous piece of art.
We have several sconces cast with the very popular Greek Urn motif. Greek urns were most commonly seen in 16th and 17th century design. Urns were used as storage or decoration. If you are looking to add classic elegance to your home both sconces with urn design would be the way to go. The Urn Motif sconce, cast to replicate early historical design, incorporates a fluted column motif. One sconce is carefully finished in antique brass and has round piped fabric shades. The other sconces are cast from solid brass with pleated fabric shades. The elegant rosette center adds a touch of elegance and appeal to the sconce and personalizes the fixture. All sconces are hand cast and it is clear in the detail that the elegance surpasses all others. Sconces will look great in any room of your home.
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