Published at Wednesday, September 19th 2018. by Denise Wilcox in Sconces.
Made of natural materials, there are sconces fashioned in any number of shapes, from simple rectangles, semi-circles, stars, and cylinders to an inverted semi-circular stair step shape known as the ziggurat. There are many materials used including clay, ceramics, glass and various metals. Regardless of what style you choose, you will love the luminosity that filters through the sconce in a soft, ambient light. With the current technology in lighting, you will never have to squint when looking directly at them while lit.
A good place to use sconce lighting is right beside your bed. Create a stylish decor by putting up a sconce above each of your bedstands, on both sides of the bed.
Depending upon your preference, you can choose from a variety of light bulbs such as incandescent or fluorescent. These days, you might also go in for halogen bulbs or even low voltage lights. It all depends upon what you really prefer for your home. You might prefer to install the product yourself. If you understand the wiring of your house and can tap into it safely, then proceed with the wiring. However, if you think you will be unable to do it yourself, then its best to call a professional electrician to install it for you.
One thing that also makes the wall sconce a great lighting choice is the versatility of all the different styles and finishes available. They come in modern designs and traditional designs and everything in between. They also come in a wide variety of materials that they are made from. Such as metal, copper, glass, wrought iron, ceramic and Tiffany stained glass.
When it comes to lighting your home there are two different types of lighting. There is general lighting and ambient lighting. General lighting is your most common form of lighting. This comes from chandeliers, ceiling lights and your main sources of lighting. Ambient lighting is more of accent light such as a table lamp or wall sconce.
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