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Candle Wall Sconces: Beautiful Piece Of Artwork

Candle wall sconces, which are candlesticks that you hang on wall, you can be creative with light placement. Hang them on a dining room wall, or use them to light up a hallway, adding ambience of a romantic bedroom, or to accent a mirror or beautiful piece of artwork.

Vintage Candle Wall Sconces

Vintage Candle Wall Sconces

If you have hung a mirror or painting over a buffet, mantel or vanity, and it looks a little lonely, try to hang a sconce on either side. Matching sconces flanking a mirror or artwork not only add interest, they give piece significance while adding eye-pleasing symmetry to your room. Whether candles are lit or left dark, candle wall sconces add a decorative touch that can work if necessary. Remember not to use candles near drapes or other objects that may get caught in flames.

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Add a little romance to your bedroom with sconces. Try them over your headboard, one on each side, instead of reading lights. They will add a touch of old-world glamour, and can only be bright enough to read when lights are lit, it is very important that you put out candle flames before going to sleep.

Candle wall sconces are an unexpected touch outside. They add drama and elegance to patio parties and bring a touch of indoor outside. Try them on porch posts, tree trunks, or exterior walls of your home. In summer, use citronella candles in your sconces to keep mosquitoes away. Keep flames away from branches and leaves, and not light candles outside when there are strong winds.

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