Changing out light fixtures in small spaces can make an enormous difference in how they look, feel and function. The key to a swift, successful lighting swap is choosing fixtures which will fit with existing junction boxes. For situations in which junction boxes require relocation, it's best to hire an electrician; however, keep in mind this will create somewhat of a mess due to patching holes with drywall mud and creating dust from sanding. This three-bulb nickel and acrylic fixture features a linen drum shade which diffuses the light, allowing the wall color to read more clearly.
A white Caesarstone countertop wraps down one side of this bathroom's double vanity, and a frosted glass door helps create a serene, relaxing space. Restoration Hardware sconces on the mirror add extra task lighting, while a skylight enhances the space with natural light.
The tall vanity mirror mounted on a limestone wall reflects all the intricate details in this Mediterranean bathroom. Soft sconce lighting illuminates the distressed texture of the mirror frame bringing Old World charm to the space.
This long, arched hallway with oatmeal-colored walls leads into the master bedroom's sitting area, seen at the end of the hallway. The master suite features a crystal chandelier and elegant draperies creating a warm and inviting retreat.
This stylish gray bathroom features a shower with white porcelain tiles and chrome fixtures. Neutral Cambria covers the double sink vanity, while a mirror is placed above each sink. LED sconce lights flank the mirrors, illuminating the space.
A layered lighting plan that includes general-purpose, accent and decorative fixtures provides varying theatrical effects in this home theater. These eye-catching wood-look sconces are the perfect soft lighting for a theater environment.
Black metal outdoor sconces and plants in bright red pots bring a hint of updated design to the original stone and wood of this front porch, while rocking chairs welcome family and friends to sit and enjoy the view.
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.
Homeowners wanted a light, open space in their family's basement, so designers opted for a neutral color palette to make the space feel bright. On the opposite wall from the couches, designers created an inset for the large, flat-screen TV to create depth in the space, while on either side of the television, flat, modern sconces add additional light. Dark wood shelving in the corner optimizes storage space, while dark wood panels behind the sconces project light and a dark wood bench provides additional seating.
The biggest splurge of the bathroom's redesign was a pair of vintage barn sconces. Powder-coated in high-gloss fire-engine red and made of steel, the sconces add industrial flair complete with cages to contain light bulbs.