Bedside lighting can get pricey fast—particularly if you’re planning for lights on either side of the bed. For proof that a classic shaded sconce need not break the bank, here are our favorites, each under $200.
Above: The Anglepoise Type 75 Sconce is designed Sir Kenneth Grange and available in Brushed Aluminum, Jet Black, and Alpine White; $155 at Horne. Above: The Artemide Tolomeo Wall Spot Light by Michele De Lucchi and Giancarlo Fassina is $175 from Design Within Reach. Above: The Isaac Sconce with a short arm is inspired by midcentury Scandinavian lighting and available in black, white, and Persimmon; $139 at Schoolhouse. It’s also available as a Plug-In Sconce; $189. Above: The simple Woud Kuppi Wall Lamp, available in black or white, is $185 at Connox. It’s also available from the Finnish Design Shop; $154. Above: The Original BTC Hector Medium Dome Wall Light in bone white china can be found for under $200 at various retailers, including the Conran Shop for £125. Above: The Zangra White Steel Wall Lamp is an affordable €43, which makes up for the international shipping from Zangra in Belgium.
Above: From OneFortyThree, the Shaded Sconce in Solid Colors (shown in Cactus) is $155 directly from OneFortyThree. Above: The Hay Noc Light Wall Lamp is available in white for $143 at the Finnish Design Shop. Above: Another affordable design from Zangra, the White Steel Wall Lamp with a metal shade, is €43 at Zangra. Above: The Ikea Hektar Wall Spotlight in Dark Gray is $15.99 and the White is $17.99 at Ikea. Above: The Normann Copenhagen Rise Wall Lamp in White with an EU plug is $120 from Normann Copenhagen. It also comes in a range of colors from gray to green and yellow. Above: The Anglepoise Original 1227 Wall Light in White with chrome and colored cable; $170 at Horne.
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