Published at Saturday, February 17th, 2018 - 01:32:43 AM. wall sconces. By Fiona Beaumont.
In another small bathroom whose walls are faced with traditional tile, the vanity has a pretty ivory and yellow skirt. The mirror is the front of a medicine chest and is acid etched with sheaves of wheat at the top. The wall sconce beside it is made of chrome with a milk glass, bell shaped shade over a single 100 watt bulb. A tiny, very modernistic bathroom has a long vanity with two sinks whose top is made of what looks like plexiglas. Above it hangs a simple, frameless round mirror. The wall sconces are actually on the adjacent wall and look like two portholes, one placed right above the other.
The wall lights have come a long way in many years. First beginning as a candle sconce used many years ago to a sleek edgy modern wall sconce décor we see now days in stores across the country. These particular sconces can be used in virtually any area of your home but one thing to keep in mind is the fact they do not particularly produce a lot of light. That is why many use them as an ambiance in a bedroom or a hallway rather.
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