ggrd Wall Sconces April 21st, 2018 - 07:22:30
Using A Wall Sconce Next To Your Vanity Mirror. A wall sconce for the bathroom, or more traditionally a pair of them, might be based on the styles of the bathroom mirror and vanity. On the other hand, the styles may be so different that the sight of a contemporary pair of wall sconces beside a Victorian vanity and mirror delivers a little pop of surprise and delight. Such a set up has to be done with care, and the wall sconce has to complement something else in the room, perhaps a modern wet room with chrome fixtures, or a ceramic tile floor with an Art Deco pattern. There are ways to make even the most unlikely elements in a bathroom work in harmony.
Wall sconces can be easily mounted everywhere in the home, and you really need to look hard and deep to find a place where you can`t install a sconce somewhere on the wall. The hallway and the bathroom are typical locations for the sconce lights, however you can also place them in the living room to highlight a piece of art or a painting on the wall, or outdoors to give enough light during the dark cold nights.
Wall sconces are very versatile and can be used to provide soft background illumination, as well as directional task lighting. They are perfect for hallways, kitchens, bedrooms and even bathrooms as a supplement to vanity lights for extra brightness. A wall sconce is ideal for small spaces because it adds light without using up precious floor or table space. Speak to an experienced lighting salesperson to help you choose a good style for your space and feel comfortable about using sconces to light up your home.
One bathroom has a simple vanity made of white porcelain and above it a square, mahogany framed mirror. The sconces beside it are in the form of two neon tube lights which give off a pretty, sunrise glow that complements the bathroom`s other clean lines. These are a few of the many ways to combine a wall sconce or two with a vanity and mirror.