Sculptural Light

There are places in the home that just need a bit of light, usually in a hall or a stairwell. Sconces are perfect for these spaces because they give you enough light without being too bright or intrusive in a small area. But why go with a dull everyday look? Small halls and landings are boring enough without having a plain Jane sconce hanging there, too. I love to perk up these spaces with pieces of art that just happen to also light the way!

Beth Lindsey Interior Design

Beth Lindsey Interior Design

In the bathroom above, I had these brass sconces hand made for the room. I love how long they are and that they have an acrylic sphere at the bottom - they add so much to the space! Bathrooms are great rooms for sconces because they bring better light to your face, making it easier to see yourself for makeup applications.

Kelly Wearstler  for Visual Comfort

Kelly Wearstler for Visual Comfort

The Kelly Wearstler sconce above for Visual Comfort has been a popular one among interior designers, and for good reason! It reminds me of a sheaf of wheat, and it makes a big statement on a boring wall.

UK artist Hannah Woodhouse created the gorgeous organic design above out of solid plaster. It’s such a quiet and ethereal look, one that would be great in a coastal home, or an elegant and neutral space.

Arteriors is one of my go-to sources, and in the sconce design above, you can see why! The pierced shield design is sure to cast gorgeous shadows on the wall when the light is illuminated.

Nick Sheridan  for Cerno

Nick Sheridan for Cerno

The Calx LED sconce above glows through the spaces created between wood pieces, giving it several ways to shed light on a boring hall!

Frederick Ramond’s Gigi sconce above shows a shy side, hiding its light behind a swoop of black metal.

What do you think about these stunning sconces? They’re the perfect finishing touch for any expanse of wall in your house that needs a little light. Let me know what you think in the comments section below!