By Henry Jacobs. Wall Lighting. Published at Friday, May 18th, 2018 - 07:55:15 AM.
Some of the advantages to investing in battery operated wall sconces is that they can help save energy, as well as provide sufficient lighting should the power go out. The various styles add to your decor, as well as assist in controlling the amount of light that you may need.
One great remedy is the LED battery operated, motion sensor outdoor wall sconces. These lights look exactly like the traditional light to the door entrance of a home. The LED lights last up to 30,000 hours. Most require C batteries which should last approximately a year when used under normal conditions.
Placement. Susan Arnold discusses vanity lighting in "A Lesson in Bathroom Lighting," published on the This Old House Website. She says sconces should be about 36-40 inches apart. "The center of each fixture should be roughly at eye level, or about 66 inches above the floor." We plan to raise our vanity top to comfort height. When the electrician installs our lights we will ask him to take this measurement into account.
If you do not have your own castle, there are still many spots where you can place a modern day sconce -- which is now powered like any other lamp, rather than by candle. The bathroom is a good place, above the mirror. No one wants harsh lighting in a bathroom, which magnifies every blemish and dark eye circle. Instead, you want a soft sultry glow that gives you a warm, youthful appearance.
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