Posts Tagged ‘wall sconces’
30
Jul

Alchemy Copper Outdoor Wall Lights

These beautiful wall lights are made right here in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
The range of designs and shapes spans from traditional Southwestern themes to  contemporary.
They have a unique, warm glow from the  copper that is left untreated on the inside of the sconces. Lots of sizes, finishes  and designs are available.

After having sold copper sconces in our Santa Fe showroom for the last 24 years we are now adding the Alchemy Lights to our site as we speak.
The craftsmanship and the prices are amazing!

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21
Jul
Access Lighting Wall Light 20300

Access Lighting Wall Light 20300

Looking for an affordable,  contemporary wall light with an industrial flair,  the Poseidon wall sconce  (20300)  by Access Lighting is an obvious choice. With a price tag of $72 it has a lot to offer: good looks, quality, sturdiness and the straight-forward choice of  incandescent lamping, which of course allows you to use energy saving outdoor CFLs.
We sell a LOTS of these outdoor lights and have yet to see one returned! Incredible, but true!
It’s available in black, Satin Nickel, White and “Stone”. It’s rated for outdoor use, but can of course be used indoors as well.
I recently saw a whole row of them in white used in a spa. They actually looked very elegant in the serene surroundings.

We have dealt with Access Lighting for quite a number of years.
Access Lighting offers a wide range of affordable lighting choices from outdoor wall sconces to halogen floor lamps and sleek, contemporary desk lamps. Their emphasis is on contemporary lighting in a surprisingly affordable price range.

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11
Feb

Again and again we are approached with this question: Where do I place my wall sconces on the wall?
In the best case scenario this question is raised BEFORE your 7’2″ electrician became creative and placed them “above eye level”.

A few rules of thumb:
In general wall sconces should be mounted 60 – 66 inches above the floor and eight to 10 feet apart. More »