Using multiple sconce lights creates drama while adding to the ambient lighting of the room. There are various configurations and ways in which you can use them to alter this visual.
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We dub a lighting fixture as “oversized” when it is much larger than the decor that surrounds it and the dimension of the room it sits in. So a really huge floor lamp in a small studio apartment might seem perfectly normal in a sweeping villa with a high roof.
Arguably the most beloved table lamp crafted by Jonathan Adler the Bottle Lamp is priced at $300. It is well worth all that dough and inspired by both modern pop culture and Mid-Century modern design. The curvy silhouette and bubbly exuberance of this lighting piece grabs your attention instantly. A great lustrous addition to enliven your home…
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Placing sconces in a small room with a low ceiling also helps illuminate a part of the ceiling and makes the room appear a lot more airy. These beautiful lights also are a simple and effective way to turn your bedroom or guest room into a hotel room-style setting without going for an expensive makeover.