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Lighting: High/Low White Bedside Reading Sconces

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Lighting: High/Low White Bedside Reading Sconces

Janet Hall August 26, 2010

When it comes to reading sconces in the bedroom, the classic Hector Sconce from BTC is my first choice, but here are a few affordable options worth a serious look. For a full selection of reading sconces, see 10 Easy Pieces: Classic Modern Reading Sconces.

HIGH:

Above: The Hector Medium Wall Light is $185 at Horne (a version with a switch is available for $195). In the UK, the Hector Switch Wall Light is £84 at Geoffrey Harris, and in France, the Hector is available at Le Shop Design for €115. Requires hardwiring.

Above: The nautically inspired Ginger Sconce, also from Original BTC, is crafted of aluminum with a chrome-finished base; $250 at Horne.

LOW:

Above: The simple white-painted iron Delmar Sconce does not require hardwiring; currently on sale for $49 (down from $59) or $89.99 for a set of two (down from $99) at Pottery Barn.

Above: Designed by Olle Lundberg, the Tral Wall Lamp does not require hard wiring, making it an easy bedside lighting upgrade. The adjustable head has a cream-colored, powder-coated aluminum shade with a clear lacquered aluminum arm; $16.99 at Ikea.

Product Summary  

Wall Lights & Sconces

Delmar Sconce

$49.99 USD from Pottery Barn

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