Candle Wall Sconces for Bedrooms


Bringing the great look to the bedroom can be done through several possible ways, one of them is adding candle wall sconce. Candle wall sconces for bedrooms are one of the best ways to add mood lighting to a bedroom, and the options are virtually endless. Candle wall sconces are an excellent way to add a feeling of glamour and romance to your bedroom. It can be difficult getting the lighting right in a bedroom as you need to do so many different things. You have to get dressed in the morning, read books in bed at night and do other stuff in between. We need stronger light to put makeup on and to choose the clothes we are wearing for the office. You should use halogen light bulbs as they most closely resemble natural light. Candle wall sconces for bedrooms are available to match every decorating style and budget, and they provide a very easy and affordable way to add beauty and style to a bedroom. It is easy to install sconces in any place that needs more lighting because they require no wiring or electricity.

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There are several style of candle wall sconces for bedroom. The first style is wall lantern. Wall lanterns can fit any style room depending on what materials they are made of. Wood, brass, and pewter are excellent for a country or traditional style home. Brushed nickel and chrome update lanterns and fit perfectly in a contemporary bedroom. If you are looking for Zen like accents, then try square wooden bases in dark tones, such as mahogany or ebony. Metal scones in cream, black, or brown look great in many rooms. If you place the lanterns near your bed, they will pick of different tones in your fabric, enhancing them. Wall lanterns also provide the perfect lighting for metal wall art and paintings.

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If you want to enhance the atmosphere even more, try placing wall mirrors strategically around the room to catch the candlelight and reflect it. You can also purchase sconces with mirrors already attached as part of the design. You can find the perfect one for your style. There are contemporary mirrors with clean, simple lines; elegant Venetian glass perfect for a Tuscan or French country style; primitive, whimsical styles for a country room.

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And another style is a glass chimney. Glass chimneys add class to any room and come in a huge selection. You can get them in colored glass, mosaic glass, and engraved glass. Glass chimneys give an added layer of elegance to any room, and you can find a chimney to match any style you are looking for, including missionary style, minimalist modernism, or traditional elegance. Then, if you want to complete the mood, try scented candles. With new scents being created all the time, you will find the perfect one. If you want your room to feel clean and fresh try citrus or fresh linen. If you are missing summer, try lilac, honeysuckle or other floral fragrances. If you are looking for more exotic scents, then choose cinnamon, or other fragrances from India and China like sandalwood and jasmine. Scented candles will provide the finishing touch for the senses when combined with visually stunning candle sconce arrangements. If you have a large bedroom you may want to add a chandelier to the lighting scheme. You can buy ones that match your wall lights both in style and finish. Look at the rest of the decor when deciding on the types of candle wall sconces for bedrooms you want to install. If you have decorated your bedroom in a modern theme you may get away with chrome or stainless steel fittings. In a period bedroom, brass candle sconces may be more appropriate.

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28 thoughts on “Candle Wall Sconces for Bedrooms

  1. AvianaHarlow

    Wow .. people are really forgetting what their here to do. While this location is extremely charming, I would agree .. what is with the Instas???????Whee is the brave and of COLOR. aside construct .. what about the color is inspirational and has you floored??? advance on .. INSTA? because you a flowerpot does not InstaFinalist make!You guys need to re read the criterion on how to this contest. This is getting sad.

  2. RemyAlly

    The first pic is cool, but it seems be pleased so distinguished useless with all the hallways. In general, I hallways are useless space. And those front rooms would not light which makes reading difficult. I to read by natural light which seems easier on my eyes.

  3. Rogelio_Kendrick

    Wende –my heart goes out to you. I can offer the chilly comfort of mentioning another person I know in your who seems to be living out of a pod.Francesca –I had the same as Alana.And to all –the acknowledge to the fallen mantle may soon be executed.

  4. Kylie_Cheyenne_Erika

    I good, elemental materials so that is my first criterion – but my oak Ikea table is hardly handmade. I my carpentry and all slipcovers, curtains and bedding are pure linen of my making – I guess the independent producer I aid is myself!

  5. Briana_Alejandra_Sloan

    Three hours before we closed on our construction home, a cat was found in the dry wall! bought the house; the cat was removed, drywall replaced, and the scent has finally dissipated.

  6. Trenton Humberto Ronaldo

    I to continue on the same path – b/c this person is looking for a as-is. But if you on staying in there for a while perhaps you can the landlord the fixture that you want to in there and and if they approve. If it looks nicer, is a decent quality, is installed safely, and is paid for by YOU – why would they care even if you are going to leave it in when you move.I recently painted (silver) all of my white plastic kitchen cabinet handles and knobs – I didnt bother asking the landlord b/c there is no doubt that it looks 100 times better – I added some minor value to the apt.But the poster does need some creative suggestions. I the silk coverings but if you dont absorb a it could eye “off”. Or it down temporarily and achieve an ikea hanging cord unit in. Some funky bulb shades could be – appreciate a color that really pops.

  7. Austin Randy Jon J.

    The rooms with the Rachel Ashwell [I think] sectional and dining chairs are stunning. IMO, the living room with the furniture feels too city-like for a country getaway. Otherwise, what a place.

  8. EmilianoMalakai

    Scoutmandoo, we are in the south eastern side of the state. Tri-Cities.labchick, Yes we were a disquieted about what our neighbors were going to say. Most of our neighborhood is broken-down as far as the landscaping goes. On a we already received complements on the project.I the previous link is broken. Try this one.

  9. AndrewAdrienYair

    doorbell but business not cool. Not certain if their in business made weeks ago with confirmation but no delivery. No phone email without reply. All designs ordered now.

  10. Jackson Brian F.

    I generally refrain from negative comments. I am truly a minimalist, including holiday decor. These are the least ideas I seen in a long time and deserve the usual “cold, sterile, antiseptic” comments. Is someone at AT having a moment?

  11. Antoine

    Meh. If I were living in suburbia in the mid-90s and had a ton of money and a McMansion, it be all for it.But I live in an apartment in a tudor house in the city and my living room can fit my armless, small-scale, men-feel-huge-sitting-on-it couch comfortably and nothing else. So no.

  12. Xander Alessandro Darryl

    $0 cost options: Try rolling instead of folding your t shirts, scarves etc. They will crease less and they can be stacked on top of one another – less likely to become a mess when you pull one out. This also works with towels and sheets in linen closet shelving.

  13. Hazel Remi Sasha

    idea: am I the only one thinking of taking this further and actually *painting* the iron headboard on the wall? It would be dapper cheap and extremely cool. I might even pink for a girl and green for a boy. big idea!

  14. Eliza Adrianna Briley

    @LibbyP It *is* a Southern thing. As a native Southern, I took no offense, and read the article to if the author got it right. She did.My paternal grandparents were both raised on farms. They had the main meal, dinner, at mid-day (and a feast it was), and then a lighter meal – sometimes cereal – for supper at night. I grew up the usage.

  15. Gracelyn

    If you went with your “grey” possible adjustment.. would you ever of switching the existing master bedroom with the one you are creating? It seems that you are creating a larger room than your existing bedroom… I also contemplate why you would want to with the “red” possibility as it increases your main living space, however walls that acute angles often lead to unusable space.Once you install the wall – it would be to that as your main feature wall, whether that is a tv wall, or art wall, etc… all depends on what your family loves. Putting a round eating by the balcony and then creating the main living home in the rest of the would be great. Or you can come by a long table and it you would an island in the kitchen, this would add work surface and a natural divide between cooking/eating/living.Good luck and congratulations on the addition!

  16. Eliana

    Hi, I this room a lot. I it is well out and uncoventional. Also, the owners seem youthful to me, but not childlike. I believe the dilemma people with the second photo is the of symmetry, the green between the two blue walls, the trio of cabinets with the trio of flower pots, the two frames on the side of the window, the centered clock. Then the furniture points towards the of the pic (where I there is a TV). The layout is and confusing to me.I that there is a difference between comments/opinions which contribute to the blog, and others which are to insult.

  17. MilaniNovalee

    Oooh, I would totally repurpose it into a giant fishpond in the basement. Maybe goldfish with waterlilies and cattails. Or a tropical tank with hundreds of brilliantly colored fish schooling and skimming below the surface. Heck, I would even try raising my absorb tilapia to increase my locavore points. But I am most likely the only person to enact something insane that.

  18. Saoirse D.

    My sisters and I LOVED these books! I mentioned them to a friend recently who abhors them and thinks they stifle creativity. I completely disagree. If you to they you contrivance more and different things. For example, I always had a hard time drawing horses and those books helped them into manageable parts. Hope my daughter loves them as as I did.

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