By Sarah Sanders. Wall Lighting. Published at Tuesday, August 07th, 2018 - 04:08:03 AM.
Majority of these kinds of wall lamps also come in ornate designs that are normally used in classy and fancy restaurants and other private commercial establishments around town. At home they are usually used to light bedrooms, bathrooms and kitchens most of the times.
Many people like Moroccan sconces because they direct the light upwards, so its not blinding them. Also, because its positioned on a wall, the kids are not knocking it over or creating a fire hazard. In fact, the very meaning of the word "sconce" comes from Latin and French derivation, meaning "that which is covered or protected." In medieval times, sconces were candlestick holders that were used to light long castle corridors.
Also, you will notice that these sconces are stained and dyed in brilliant reds, yellows, blues, oranges and other vivid colors. To the Moroccans, color was a way of capturing a hint of individuality in an otherwise religiously muffled society. Whatever color scheme you have in your rooms, you will find the perfect Moroccan sconce accent to showcase your personality.
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.
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