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10 Easy Pieces: Classic Reading Sconces

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10 Easy Pieces: Classic Reading Sconces

Julie Carlson November 30, 2011

It's surprisingly difficult to source over-the-bed reading sconces; there aren't many that pass the style and utility test. Here are ten we like (and use).

Above: The Hector Switch Wall Light is $215 at Conran USA; the Hector Wall Switch Light is £84 in the UK at Geoffrey Harris. In France, the Hector is available at Le Shop Design for €115.

Above: Designed by Robert Dudley Best in 1930, the BL7 Wall Sconce Bestlite (also available in black or ivory) is $335 at Horne.

Above: The Original BTC Aluminum Stirrup Sconce is £236.50 at Lighting Matters in the UK. In the US, Horne offers the Stirrup 3 Wall Sconce ($535) in aluminum, black, or white.

Above: The classic Tolomeo Wall Spot Light is $184.80 at YLighting.

Above: Made of iron, the Industrial Sconce features a pivoting arm to direct light where needed; $79 at West Elm.

Above: The BTC Ginger Wall Sconce is available in white, cream, black, and metallic for £94 at Lighting Matters in the UK; in France, the Ginger Sconce is €155 at Le Shop Design. In the US, the Ginger Wall Sconce is $250 at Horne.

Above: The Tral Wall Lamp is $16.99 at Ikea.

Above: Atlas Wall Light of translucent acrylic; $232 from YLighting.

Above: The Brooklyn-based David Weeks sconce; go to David Weeks Studio for information.

Above: The Jielde Loft Wall Sconce; handcrafted in France, is $380 at Lightology. In France, the Loft Wall Sconce is available at Le Shop Design for €173.

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