The beaded sconces and floral valance in this bathroom make this a standout space in the house.
This gorgeous sconce with a gleaming metallic surface is the perfect device to really amplify candlelight. Glass and metal are wonderful ways to enhance romantic lighting.
The tiled backsplash introduces a layer of pattern to the kitchen, while the range hood creates a prominent focal point.
This hallway received the gold treatment with sparkling granite wallcoverings. Italian glass, polished river rock and onyx accents add to the lush look. Design by Shelly Riehl-David.
Open doorways maintain a continuous sightline through the home, as seen here in the passageway through the dining room.
The soft lights and darks in this off-white hallway make a serene sanctuary.
A modern outdoor sconce illuminates the front entrance of the Gulley home.
Make an industrial-style sconce using copper piping.
Hand-painted antique metal wall sconces echo the curves of this bedroom's Hydrangea wallpaper.
Two wrought iron wall sconces with white linen shades sit above wall speakers and flank each side of the built-in TV cabinet, providing media room illumination.
This traditional chandelier is simple yet elegant with string beads and graceful metal work. It draws the eye over to the more unusual yet equally striking sconces on the wall.
Two of the same oil-rubbed-bronze arm wall sconces used on each side of the bed were added to each side of the dresser, providing light without taking up surface space.
An antique wall sconce is highlighted against reclaimed pine paneling. The walls were first stained and lightly washed with a blue tone to create the look of an elegant Parisian patina.
Mount solar lanterns on posts to add ambience and style to your outdoors. The Pagoda solar LED light fixture is made of rust-resistant cast aluminum and beveled glass. The lantern, made by Gama Sonic, is sold through retailers such as Overstock.com.
To keep the dark walls from overpowering room, designers lightened the look with pops of white in the nightstand, artwork and bedding.
With the screens removed, and accents like twin sconces added, the porch takes on a whole different and more inviting character.
Sconces that mimic wrought iron candle holders bring old fashioned, rustic charm to this bathroom. Cream tiles in the shower and a woven wood shade soften the crisp, clean design.