One of the trickiest tasks in any bathroom project is sourcing good sconces; here are ten that we like (and have used, in some cases).
Above: Enne Luci Wall Sconce, designed in 2005 by architects Michele Romani and Mauro Saccani for Vistosi, features a handblown white glass diffuser; $355 at Design Within Reach.
Above: The Jasper Morrison–designed Mini Glo-Ball C/W Wall Sconce with glass diffuser for Flos is $248 at Y Lighting; Francesca used (and loves) this fixture in her Brooklyn Heights remodel.
Above: The Tolomeo Wall Shade Sconce for Artemide is $340 at Lumens (available with a parchment paper shade or a pale gray polycarbonate shade).
Above: The hand-blown Miconos Wall Sconce from Artemide is $462.40 at Y Lighting.
Above: Purity Sconce from Resolute; $147 at 100 Watt; a pair of these sconces illuminates my bathroom.
Above: White porcelain wall sconce with opal glass diffuser (also available in orange, green, white, beige, and polished platinum); go to Agape Design for information.
Above: The Eve Sconce is available with matte or polished aluminum and an orange or brown cord; contact Plug Lighting in Los Angeles for pricing and ordering information.
Above: Artemide Tilos Wall Sconce in white; $100 at All Modern Lighting.
Above: Tango Atlas Wall Sconce of translucent acrylic; $232 from YLighting.
Above: The On The Rocks Wall Sconce of transparent molded glass was designed by Antonio Citterio and Toan Nguyen; $404 at Y Lighting.
Above: We’d use the Matrix Mono Wall Light with a silver-tipped bulb; $234 at Y Lighting.