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    Why We Love Architectural Wall Sconces

    At the intersection of art and lighting, you’ll find architectural lighting. Marked by a dedication to highlighting the design of the space surrounding them, these lights range from simple but bold shapes to much more unique and unexpected silhouettes. Architectural wall sconces are no exception to this. They enhance the surrounding architecture, acting not only as light or decorative piece, but also to create a cohesive atmosphere that highlights your home’s best features. You may want to pair them with , for something eye-catching, or , to add height to your room, but these lights are bold enough to stand all on their own.

    Where Architectural Sconces Work Best

    As with all wall sconces, architectural sconces are ideal for small spaces or otherwise tricky spots. Think hallways, bathrooms, alcoves, etc. But, that doesn’t mean that these lights can’t be used in large spots. In fact, architectural wall lights are the best type of sconce to use in a larger space. On the exterior of your home, they can be installed on either side of the door where they’ll draw attention to space and surround your home with a safety light. Inside, they look stunning surrounding a fireplace or a large piece of art. Their simple physique won’t take away from the unique features, but it will add an understated dose of style to the room and create a complete, layered lighting look. You can even use them on built-in bookshelves to highlight smaller pieces of interest. These lights are sophisticated and stylish, so use them wherever you feel is best.

    Favorite Architectural Wall Lights Shapes & Colors

    Clean lines and sleek profiles dominate the architectural aesthetic and lend to their polished modern appeal. These architectural wall sconces promise modern minimalist design with maximum impact, and a touch of style. We love the bold pieces with crisp, clean lines, deep finishes, and simple shapes. But, that doesn’t mean we don’t appreciate the contemporary creativity of the more unique pieces. Though still superior in terms of accent lighting, some architectural lighting sconces are more than just an accessory. For the best of both worlds, style, and function, look for a fixture with a cool shape, an unexpected material, or a unique finish. With these lights, you can highlight your home’s cool architectural features and made a stylish statement.

    How to Choose the Perfect Architectural Sconces

    Generally speaking, wall sconces are versatile fixtures with flexible placements. But, as with anything, there are steps you can take to help make sure that your architectural sconce fits your home perfectly. First, think about what you want your sconce to do. If you simply want to use them as a tool to draw attention to something else, choose a fixture with a simple shape, a neutral finish, and no ornamentation. On the other hand, if you want your light to add a decorative touch, in addition to performing its practical task, look for an architectural sconce in a unique shape or with a cool finish. In this case, it’s best to stick to one unique feature as to not take away from whatever the light is accenting. But, all-in-all whatever feels best to you, will most likely work in your home. Just one thing to remember, if you’ll be using your light outdoors, make sure that it is wet-rated.

    Other Considerations

    These chic lights aren’t just for residential spaces. show that large-scale lighting options can have just as much pizazz as those designed for homes. Alternatively, if you want your lights to have a little more personality, but you appreciate the utilitarian characteristics that dominate architectural sconces, are a great option.