Published at Wednesday, 07 November 2018. Sconces. By Jean Ewing.
The Mission Style: Craftsman wall sconces have a distinct basic style with strong structure, clean lines, and organic materials such as mica, wood, and copper. It focuses on a handmade look in contract to a factory reproduction. The Mission style emerged from the Arts and Crafts period and is still quite popular today. This style has primitive, plain lines and usually displays darker, warmer finishes.
Metal and matte glass sconces contain specific drawings and cutouts such as Acoma bears, geckos, kokopellis, chilies, ponies, petroglyphs, and many cowboy designs. There is even a wall sconce shaped like a cowboy hat. Most sconces are available in your choice of outdoor or indoor wiring and you can even buy just the cover to replace a cover on an existing sconce.
Other possible choices include wrought iron candle wall sconces. These sturdy pieces give a rustic look to your walls while still casting that soothing candlelight. Wrought iron sconces are generally handmade and are often combined with mirrored elements. They also harken back to an era where candles were the main source of light, so they add an antique flavor to your home.
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