Clean lines, sleek finishes and dramatic lighting define this contemporary guest bath. A geometric mirror and square beaded sconces mimic the lines of the dentil molding, and a lighted countertop on the metal vanity gives this glamorous space its edge.
Install a sleek sconce on the side of the bed, instead of cramming a lamp onto a small side table, says Ili Hidalgo-Nilsson, architect and designer with Terracotta Design Build in Atlanta. Sconces may feature swing arms or other ways to change the direction of the light, which helps create a comfortable environment for nighttime reading. A wire basket below a bedside table provides additional, yet stylish, storage.
Traditional and modern styles mix to create a space that feels oh-so-elegant. A unique sideboard hutch plus a spectacular mirror above are the highlights of the space, which is completed by an ever-present bouquet of cascading white flowers.
A beautiful wood accent wall contributes to the smooth, transitional design of this powder room. A slender mirror reflects the toile wallpaper on the walls. Cube sconces are mounted above the white sink and contemporary chrome faucet.
Silver glitter creates a unique and gorgeous design in this small bathroom space. A circular black vanity is complimented with a black hand towel and black lamp shade sconce. A tray mirror finishes off the shining look and adds depth.
A panel design brings texture and sophisticated style to heighten the appearance of the black walls in this bakery lobby. Gold trim within the panels catches the light for an extra glow throughout the design, and corner embellishments add the perfect finishing detail. Double pronged sconces bounce warm light off the black paint.
Oval mirrors over white cabinets creates a side-by-side double vanity set up in this bathroom. A trio of sconces light the nook shape framing the vanities. The split wall features a textured white finish around the lower half giving a wave-like look to the room.
Blue wallpaper envelopes this bathroom with a textured look adding intrigue to the soft, traditional design. White subway tiles fill the arched cubby above the vanity matching the white cabinets below. A cream countertop and wood frame mirror soften the white elements. Mounted sconces finish the simple but stylish space.
A simple glass table is dressed with coffee table books, a candle, vases and fresh flowers for a thoughtful entryway display. A circular mirror creates a cool depth illusion with the changing of the frame thickness. Sconce with square lamp shades frame the mirror for a subtle shape contrast. The dark front door is well lit from the lighting fixture mounted above.