Wall Sconce

Wall Sconces are typically wall lighting fixtures that are installed using the wall as support. Wall Sconces are generally used in Bathrooms to provide lighting next to the mirrors, hallways, staircases and walls in dinning areas to provide mood lighting. There are many different styles and normally accompany the style of chandeliers used throughout the home or venue.

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What Is A Wall Sconce?

A wall sconce is a type of lighting fixture that is designed to be mounted on a wall. It consists of a decorative bracket or plate that is affixed to the wall, and a light source that is attached to or supported by the bracket. Wall sconces are often used to create a warm and inviting atmosphere in a room.

How Do I Choose A Wall Sconce

Choosing the right wall sconce for your space can enhance the overall ambiance and functionality of your lighting. Here are some things to consider when selecting a wall sconce:

1) Purpose: Consider the purpose of the wall sconce. Is it for ambient lighting, accent lighting, or task lighting? This will help you determine the type of fixture and the placement on the wall.

2) Style: Choose a wall sconce style that complements the overall design aesthetic of your space. Whether your space is traditional, modern, or contemporary, there are many styles to choose from. Consider the shape, color, and materials of the sconce when making your selection.

3) Size: The size of your wall sconce should be proportional to the size of the wall it will be installed on. A general rule of thumb is to choose a fixture that is approximately one-third the size of the space it will be illuminating.

4) Placement: Consider the placement of the wall sconce. Will it be used to highlight artwork or architectural features, or will it be used to provide ambient lighting? Make sure to install the sconce at the appropriate height for its intended use.

5) Lighting: Consider the type of lighting you want from your wall sconce. Do you want bright, functional lighting or a softer, more ambient glow? Consider the number of bulbs and their wattage when making your selection.

6) Dimming: Consider whether you want the option to dim the wall sconce. This can add flexibility to your lighting scheme and help create different moods in the room.

7) Installation: Finally, consider the installation requirements of the wall sconce. Will it require special wiring or support to hang securely on the wall? Will it be easy to clean and maintain? Make sure you understand the installation process before making your final selection.

By considering these factors, you can choose a wall sconce that not only looks beautiful but also functions well in your space.

Why customers buy wall scone?

Ambient lighting: Wall sconces can provide ambient lighting and can help to create a warm and welcoming atmosphere in a room.

Task lighting: Wall sconces can be used for task lighting, such as providing additional light for reading or working in a specific area of a room.

Space-saving: Wall sconces are a great option for small spaces where floor lamps or table lamps may take up too much space.

Energy efficiency: Wall sconces can be a more energy-efficient option than traditional lighting fixtures, as they typically use less energy and can help to reduce energy costs.

Overall, wall sconces are a versatile lighting option that can be used for a variety of purposes, making them a popular choice among customers.

Shapes of wall sconce.

Wall sconces come in a variety of shapes. At Designer Chandelier, we offer a wide range of wall scones.

How to choose the right wall sconce.

Determine the purpose of the wall sconce - will it be used for ambient lighting, task lighting, or decorative purposes? This will help you choose the right style and brightness level.

Style: Choose a wall sconce that complements the overall style and decor of the room. Consider factors such as color, materials, and design.

Size: Consider the size of the wall sconce in relation to the wall and the room. A larger sconce may be more appropriate for a large room, while a smaller sconce may be better for a smaller space.

Location: Consider the location where the wall sconce will be installed. Will it be installed in a hallway, bedroom, or bathroom? This will help you choose the appropriate level of brightness and style.

Installation: Consider the installation process and make sure the wall sconce can be installed properly in the desired location.

Bulb type: Consider the type of bulb used in the wall sconce. LED bulbs are energy-efficient and long-lasting, while incandescent bulbs may provide a warmer and more traditional light.

Overall, choosing the right wall sconce involves considering factors such as purpose, style, size, location, installation, and bulb type. By taking these factors into account, you can choose a wall sconce that meets your needs and enhances the overall look and feel of your space.

Need assistance purchasing wall sconces? 

Our team are hear to help you find the perfect wall sconces. You can contact on 1300 890 225 ,
sales@designerchandelier.com.au or visit our showroom at:

+ 1 Short St Auburn NSW 2144 

+ 9 Saunders St, North Geelong, VIC 3215

How to install wall sconces.

Turn off the power: Before you start the installation process, turn off the power to the electrical box where you will be installing the sconce. You can do this by flipping the circuit breaker or removing the fuse.

Mark the placement: Hold the sconce against the wall and mark the placement of the mounting bracket with a pencil. Use a level to make sure the placement is straight.

Mount the bracket: Use a drill to attach the mounting bracket to the wall with screws. Make sure the bracket is level and secure.

Connect the wires: Connect the wires from the electrical box to the wires on the back of the sconce according to the manufacturer’s instructions. Use wire nuts to secure the connections and wrap with electrical tape.

Attach the sconce: Attach the sconce to the mounting bracket using the screws provided with the sconce.

Install the bulb: Install the bulb according to the manufacturer’s instructions. Make sure the bulb is the correct wattage for the sconce.

Turn on the power: Turn on the power to the electrical box and test the sconce to make sure it is working properly.

It’s important to note that the specific installation process may vary depending on the design of the wall sconce and the electrical box. Always consult the manufacturer’s instructions and follow all safety precautions when installing a wall sconce. If you are not comfortable with electrical work, it’s best to hire a licensed electrician to install the sconce for you.